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MANAGING SMALL BUSINESS CASH FLOW

| September 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

Does your business have CASH FLOW issues occasionally? We all do at various times. Good planning will help but not alleviate this issue. In an ideal world there are no immediate needs for cash and your clients always pay on time and you meet all your obligations when due. Most of us do not live […]

TIME TO CHECK YOUR 2019 TAX WITHHOLDINGS

| September 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Did you owe an additional amount for taxes when filing for 2018? OR Get a refund that was larger or smaller than expected? OR Have had life changes this year such as marriage, child birth, buying home or income changes NOW IS THE TIME TO CHECK YOUR Y.T.D. PAYROLL WITHHOLDING/DEDUCTIONS Retirees should also check their […]

REVIEW YOUR TAX DEDUCTIONS NOW FOR 2018

| October 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Much has been stated about all the tax changes for 2018. Now is the time to visit your individual tax concerns. DON”T wait until Dec. 31st. PREPARE NOW. You should have concerns about the new tax law and how it will affect you. Some will be pleasantly surprised; others disappointed. To become one of the […]

UPDATED TAX CHANGES FOR 2018

| July 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Now that the 2017 tax season and filings (not those on extensions)are behind us it is time to be concerned about THIS year and what the changes really mean to you and your family. The first big question/questions this year are “What Can I Still Deduct” and “What Records Do I Need As Back-Up”? You […]