Tweet Accounting in almost any company is really important. On the other hand, it requires information and thorough analysis including the tiniest glitches cause they may lead to a large problem. Entrepreneur’s that are not accountants end up hiring a CPA’s or certified public accountant’s who is asking for their professional rate in exchange with [...]READ MORE »
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Freelancers need to look at their jobs as if they are regular full-time jobs if they want to achieve success. One of the biggest challenges for freelancers is to have enough self-discipline to continue working instead of watching television or getting involved in other forms of amusing activities. A person who works out of his or her own home has complete freedom, since there is no boss telling the freelancer what to do or when to submit his or her work.READ MORE »
Tweet Australia’s credit card debt has stayed constant over the course of the last year as consumers turn their attention away from high interest debt and towards spending their own cash. Up until a little while ago credit card debt was growing at a rate of 20% a year. A few years ago someone [...]READ MORE »
Filing a tax extension may seem like an action that only irresponsible or unprepared people take, there are actually some advantages to the strategy. Many people actually use it to their financial advantage.READ MORE »
Most people don’t truly understand the difference between the various systems of taxes. Not all taxes are the same. You will find big differences between Federal, Income, State and Local taxes. One of the most important parts of personal finance is planning for your taxes.READ MORE »
Most people don’t appreciate the full importance of a will, especially if they think their estate is too small to justify the time and expense of preparing one. And even people who recognize the need for a will often don’t have one, perhaps due to procrastination or a disinclination to broach this sensitive subject with loved ones.
The truth is, nearly everyone should have a will. Here’s why.READ MORE »
Please remember/know, the IRS will not email you.
The IRS receives thousands of reports each year from taxpayers who receive suspicious emails, phone calls, faxes or notices claiming to be from the IRS. Many of these scams fraudulently use the IRS name or logo as a lure to make the communication appear more authentic and enticing.
The goal of these scams, referred to as phishing, is to trick you into revealing your personal and financial information. The scammers can then use your information — like your Social Security number, bank account or credit card numbers — to commit identity theft or steal your money.READ MORE »
Tweet What is a Longevity Insurance Policy and how should it be Used?With average life expectancy climbing each year, there are millions of people out there that are now wondering how they’ll be able to support themselves when they get into their 80s and 90s. Because of this, many people choose to obtain a longevity [...]READ MORE »
It’s never to early to start planning for next year. So, here are a few things you can do now to make next April 15 easier on you. Everyone’s circumstances are different so it’s important to consider your specific situation & goals before making large financial decisions.READ MORE »
Tweet If you use your car in your job or business and whether you use it regularly or irregularly for that purpose, you may deduct part or the entire cost of its operation (subject to limits – of course). However, if you use the car for both business and personal purposes, you may deduct only [...]READ MORE »