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Identity theft

Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses a taxpayer's stolen Social Security number and n...

 

Why your business needs a business banking account

As a business owner, do you mix personal transactions and business transactions? It is a common...

 

Are you eligible for these tax deductions?

Proving tax deductions without cancelled checks There is a growing trend toward remote deposit of...

 

Add a child to your home

I get calls all the time from a parent that wants to add their child to their home. Typically this...

 

Some tax changes to be aware of

It's been an interesting year with important tax changes that will impact you. Here are some of the...

 

Don't leave your IRA to the IRS

If you've invested in an IRA for many decades, it may well turn into a key source of income for your...

 

How will you exit your business?

If you own a business, you've always got a lot on your mind. But no matter how busy you are today,...

 

Give your money a midyear checkup

If 2023 has been financially challenging, why not take a moment to reflect on the progress you've...

 

Virtual Private Networks

I'm sure you've heard about or seen ads for Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). But what are they, how...

 

Extensions and amended tax returns

Extensions Whether you file a tax return by the April due date, or obtain an extension to file,...

 

Are you eligible for these tax deductions?

Proving tax deductions without cancelled checks There is a growing trend toward remote deposit of...

 

Identity theft

Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses a taxpayer's stolen Social Security number and n...

 

Some tax changes to be aware of

It's been an interesting year with important tax changes that will impact you. Here are some of the...

 

$80 billion to the IRS: What it means for you

You may have noticed that the IRS is in a bad way. It has a backlog of millions of unprocessed paper...

 

Advice can help when making charitable gifts

Now that it's the holiday season, gifts are probably on your mind – and you might intend for some o...

 

Three stretch IRA alternatives

The passage of the SECURE Act in 2019 effectively eliminated the stretch IRA, an estate planning...

 

Stopping spam calls

Blocking and reporting spam calls Are you tired of getting spam and scam calls on your cell phone?...

 

Is a donor-advised fund right for you?

You can find many ways to support charitable organizations. One method that's gained popularity...

 

Claiming the Employee Retention Credit when you own multiple entities

Do you qualify for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)? Did you claim it? It's not too late. You...

 

Alert: A massive new FinCEN filing requirement is coming

Do you own a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), limited partnership, limited liability...

 

Tax-saving tips: The IRS wants to know about your crypto

Cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin, is all the rage these days. Crypto is not legal money. It is...

 

Extensions and amended tax returns

Extensions Whether you file a tax return by the April due date, or obtain an extension to file,...

 

Identity theft

Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses a taxpayer’s stolen Social Security number a...

 

Charitable donations

Donations of money or non-cash items to a charity (church or non-profit organization) are tax deduct...

 

Gene Dallachie

"And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not." – G...

 

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