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Common Mistakes When Buying or Selling a Business

Common Mistakes When Buying or Selling a Business It is said with every major purchase there’s some kind of remorse either on the part of the buyer or the seller. This can be especially true when buying or selling a business. No matter which side of the

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Use Your Tax Refund Wisely

Three of every four Americans got a refund check last year and the average amount was $2,777, according to IRS statistics. Because the amount of a refund is often uncertain, we may be tempted to spend it without too much planning. One way to counteract this natural

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NEW! College Aid Financial Package (FAFSA) Timing

Annual FAFSA filing availability is now If you have a child in college or entering college during the next school year, you need to read this. The time to apply for federal financial aid is now. The new application timeframe The Free Application for Federal Student Aid

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Déjà vù All Over Again

Will the habit of late law changes continue? The Congressional habit for repeatedly making late tax law changes is now so bad that the IRS is reserving blank lines on the form 1040 for possible law changes this month. Given the potential for retroactive tax law changes

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2016 Retirement Contribution & Social Security Limits

As the end of the year rolls around, if you have not already done so, now is the time to plan for contributions into your retirement accounts in 2016. Retirement Contribution Limits Retirement Program 2015 2014 Change Age 50 or over catch up IRA: Traditional $5,500 $5,500

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Seven Simple Ideas to Help Your Small Business

If you are like millions of taxpayers trying to make a living running a small business, you know it is tough out there. Here are seven ideas to help your business survive and thrive. Understand your cash flow. One of the biggest causes of business failure is

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Leasing Versus Buying a Car

Knowing the tricks makes you a better buyer There are many reasons for you to lease a car versus buy a car, but too often it is the auto dealer’s profit motive that determines which method you use. To help make sure you do not become a

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Planning for an Awesome 2013

For business with fiscal years that coincide with the calendar year, the slate of revenues and expenses will be wiped clean on New Year’s Day. Starting with a clean slate gives us a chance to reflect on our 2012 results before we enter 2013 and experience the

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Six Quick Productivity Tricks So You Can Go Home Early

If you have an endless to-do list, you’re not alone these days.  Most of us are constantly looking for ways to work smarter and get more done.  Here are six quick tips to help your productivity so you can go home early. 1. Group tasks. If you

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