Blog Tax and Financial News

‘Master’ The Augusta Rule and Save Money on Your Taxes

Anyone who lives in a highly seasonal tourist destination knows you can make money on short-term rentals during events and...
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Blog General Business News

How to Calculate Operating Return on Assets

During Q3 of 2023, businesses in the United States made approximately $3.3 trillion, according to Statista. This is right behind...
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Blog Financial Planning

Part 2: Pre-Retirement Planning Guide

There are many steps to planning for retirement. Some are legal and financial, some are about communication, and some involve...
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Blog Tip of the Month

6 Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

Gosh, it feels great to get that tax refund. Dreams of a much-needed vacation or a splurge on something you’ve...
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Blog What's New in Technology

Factors to Consider when Choosing Customer Relationship Management Tools

Customer relationship management (CRM) plays an important role in documenting, tracking, and managing relationships and interactions with existing and potential...
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Blog Congress at Work

Funding Foreign Military and Humanitarian Aid, Setting up a Tik Tok Ban, and Re-Authorizing Foreign Surveillance on U.S. Soil

Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 (HR 8035) – Introduced on April 17, this bill authorizes $60 billion to provide...
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Accounting News Blog

Working Capital and the Role it Plays in Your Business’ Success

The accounting term working capital is essential knowledge for all business owners. Basically, it is the ability of a business...
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Blog Tax and Financial News

Reduce Your Taxes by Putting the Right Assets in Your IRA

Most people know the basic concept that certain types of investment accounts are tax sheltered while others are not. Think...
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Blog General Business News

Defining Burn Rate, Gross Burn and Net Burn

When it comes to any business, but especially for a start-up, it’s essential to determine how long a company can...
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Blog Financial Planning

Part 1: Pre-Retirement Planning Guide

One of the more insightful quotes of baseball great Yogi Berra was, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll...
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Blog Tip of the Month

April is Financial Literacy Month: How Much Do You Know?

What started as Youth Financial Literacy Day some years ago is now a monthlong event: Financial Literacy Month. It all...
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Blog What's New in Technology

Importance of Fostering Digital Trust in Today’s Businesses

Modern business today is dominated by digital transactions and interactions. Businesses are increasingly storing customers’ personal information, which is potentially...
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Blog Congress at Work

Funding the Government, Protecting Americans from Misuse of Data, Expanding Internet Access and Improving Recycling

Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2024 (HR 4366) – On March 9, the president signed the latest appropriations bill passed in time...
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Accounting News Blog

Taking a Closer Look at Trial Balances

A trial balance is an accounting tool that helps businesses determine if the double entry accounting system has any mathematical...
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Blog Tax and Financial News

U.S. Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Begins

The U.S. Treasury recently enacted a new reporting requirement aimed at quashing illicit financial transactions. The agency believes that corporate...
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Blog General Business News

Actions Lottery Winners Should Consider

We all have those days when we dream of striking it rich with a winning lottery ticket. Never having to...
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Blog Financial Planning

What to Know About the Art Donation Deduction

If you would like to donate artwork to an eligible charitable organization, you might be able to take a deduction...
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Blog Tip of the Month

March Financial To-Do List

Ready or not, spring is right around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to get in fiscal shape for...
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Blog What's New in Technology

Deepfakes and Social Engineering: The New Face of CEO and CFO Fraud

Technological advancements have ushered in a new era of cybercrime, with deepfakes and social engineering tactics at the forefront of...
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Blog Congress at Work

Debating U.S. Border Policies and Foreign Aid, Providing Tax Relief Before Tax Season, and Training More Nurses

The Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act (HR 815) – Formerly known as the RELIEVE Act, this bill was originally...
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