Blog Category: General Interest

Tax Cuts and Raises Equals a Better Retirement
Posted on January 18th, 2018 in General Interest, Tax, Uncategorized

Save for Retirment Without Effecting Your Pay Check  Most Americans are not saving enough for retirement. As a result, people work later into life, retire into poverty and lack the opportunity to leave anything to their children. On average Americans … Continue reading

Federal Tax and Alternative Funds for Disaster Recovery
Posted on September 27th, 2017 in General Interest

Disaster Recovery Taxes and Alternative Funding Sources for Repairs 2017 has seen some of the most destructive hurricanes in history. What comes next is an excruciating period of recovery. For many going back to the normalcy of everyday life seems … Continue reading

Messi’s Messy Tax Issues
Posted on June 21st, 2016 in General Interest

Messi’s Messy Tax Issues  As proven by the recent Panama-Paper leaks, the US does not have anything on the rest of the world when it comes to tax fraud and money laundering. The newest person charged with tax evasion is … Continue reading

The Student Loan Trap II
Posted on June 5th, 2016 in General Interest

In our last blog we looked at financial issues surrounding student loans and how it effects people’s lives.   In this post we will continue this theme by examining how some people are using alternative strategies to get out of student … Continue reading

2016 Tax Calendar
Posted on January 11th, 2016 in General Interest

In our continuing effort to prove that accountants are still busy after April 15th, We present to you the 2016 Tax Calendar with various important tax deadlines. This will help you stay compliant with important tax deadlines in 2016. Please note that this will … Continue reading

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