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Jul 15, 2020
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Income Tax Return Examinations Of High-Income Individuals To Begin July 15

Learn more insight about the TIGTA report focused on high-income nonfilers and the IRS’ nonfiler strategy.
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Mar 19, 2019
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Credit Card Fees Will Add Up

Looking for the right credit card for your unique financial situation? Don't get buried by fees.
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Oct 4, 2018
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Fighting Back Against Elder Abuse

CPAs are now required by law to report suspected elder financial abuse. Read on to learn what red flags we will be looking for.
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Aug 17, 2017
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The ‘To-Do’s’ After The ‘I Do’s’

For many, walking down the aisle may be one of the happiest moments of your life. Unfortunately, if you’re not prepared, the to-do list you’ll be faced with after the honeymoon isn’t quite as blissful.
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Apr 25, 2017
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Are Your Children Savvy Savers?

What are you doing to help prepare the next generation for the challenges associated with saving and spending? Learn how you can help teach your children to save (and get a few tips for yourself).
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Jan 8, 2016
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Squash Bad Spending Habits

Have you ever glanced at your W2 and wondered, aside from paying taxes, where all your money went? It's surprising when you realize just how quickly little impulse purchases can add up. Keep reading to find out what you can do to stop your bank account from leaking.
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Sep 24, 2015
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Attract Top Talent With These Tax-Free Tactics

When it comes to attracting and retaining the top talent in your industry, businesses seem to have no choice but to get creative with their benefit packages. The good news is that many employee perks are tax-free. Read on to learn more.
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Jan 6, 2015
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Congress’s Delayed Decision Won’t Delay 2015 Tax Season

As another year begins, so does another tax season. Though it seemed uncertain whether the 2015 tax season would begin on time, the Internal Revenue Service announced that tax returns would be accepted and processed as scheduled. When Congress voted to approve more than 50 “extender” provisions last month, tax professionals across the nation were … Continued
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Apr 10, 2014
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Intro To College Costs 101

Let’s face it. College costs are on the rise. And if you plan to pay for your children’s college education, knowing and planning how you will pay for it is as important as planning for retirement. The average cost to attend a public university in Ohio exceeds $20,000 per year, while individuals attending private colleges … Continued
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Feb 14, 2014
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Five Financial Considerations for Every Age Group

Are you on track to meet your financial goals? Review the following financial considerations for your age group and evaluate where you may fall short. If you’re in your 20s: Live within your means. Learn to keep spending in check while you’re young and you’ll save thousands of dollars over the years. Be strategic about spending. … Continued
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Jan 15, 2014
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Understand Tangible Property Regulations Before Picking Up A Hammer

Do you plan to acquire, produce or improve tangible property this year? Before you do, make sure you understand the new IRS guidelines that you’ve got to follow. The IRS issued final regulations under the Internal Revenue Code Sections 162(a) and 263(a). The new regulations simplify some of the rules from 2011’s temporary guidelines. The … Continued
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Mar 27, 2013
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Now Is the Time to Organize Your Family Records

No one likes to consider the unthinkable…serious illness, disability or untimely death. But uncertainty is the only sure thing and when it happens to you, the last thing you want to deal with is tracking down crucial records and financial information. Save yourself and your loved ones some trouble by documenting your personal and financial … Continued
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Jul 18, 2012
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Tax Planning for Freelancers

Freelancers are self-employed as either independent contractors or sole proprietors. As a result, if you’re a freelancer, you face a double whammy – having to pay income tax as well as self-employment tax. Most people know what income tax is, but what is self-employment tax? Basically, it’s a tax that makes up for the employer’s … Continued