Record Retention…When to Keep, When to Shred

Do you know how long you are supposed to keep documents?  Do you know when it’s safe to shred?  Having this knowledge is the first step to good recordkeeping. By following these guidelines, you can keep your documents and files organized and updated. Avoid keeping things you

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Does the American Dream Still Include Home Ownership?

Even after a devastating housing crash, the majority of Americans have not given up the idea that home ownership represents their economic dream. When a builder plans to build a home, does he not consider the cost?  Before you purchase, you should make sure you really can

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Income Shifting: SAVE Thousands in Taxes

Want to save money in taxes WITHOUT working harder? One way is to shift income from a higher bracket taxpayer to a lower one or even a zero rate-bracket. Typically, splitting the income between family members by hiring them to work in the business will save thousands

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Estimated Tax Payments – Do They Apply to You?

Have you ever wondered about estimated tax payments, and if or when they affect you? Although you may never have had to worry about them before, a change in your income or situation may put you in a position of needing to make these payments during the

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Five Ways to Ring in 2018

Happy new year! January is the month of new beginnings and a perfect time to strategize about projects that will boost your business prosperity. Here are five ideas to get you thinking about new beginnings for your business in 2018. 1.Learn new technology. Every year, tens of

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Get Ahead on Year-End Tasks

Year-end is just around the corner, and that means a couple of administrative tasks are necessary to take care of bookkeeping and tax chores. Here are a couple of tips to make year-end go smoother. Cleaning up Things will go a lot smoother if you reach out

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