Budgeting for the Holidays

You’ve worked hard all year keeping your budget on track. Don’t derail it when the holidays roll around. Retailers make the most money of the year during the December holidays, but that doesn’t mean you have to overspend to help them out. Keep from busting your budget with these smart financial tips. Determine Your Spending [...]

By |2018-10-12T14:34:26+00:00September 11th, 2018|Blog, Quickbooks|0 Comments

Put Your Tax Refund To Work For You

As tax time rolls around, many people look forward to getting a tax refund. Their first thought is often, “how can we spend it?” This year consider saving your refund instead of spending it. Over 30 percent of Americans have no savings at all and another 30 percent have less than $1,000 in a savings [...]

By |2018-04-25T08:09:29+00:00April 18th, 2018|Blog, Personal Taxes|0 Comments

Is Canceled Debt Taxable?

Basically, even cancelled or “forgiven debt” from a lender is still taxable income, according to the IRS. As such, it must be included as income on your tax return. Debts which you are personally responsible such as credit card debt, mortgages and some student loan debt are included. […]

By |2018-03-15T14:59:59+00:00February 10th, 2017|Blog, Personal Taxes|0 Comments

Elder Care and Support

As your family members get older they may need some help with day-to-day tasks. One of those tasks may be helping with their finances. Even ordinarily tasks, such as balancing a checkbook or paying bills may be something they forget or even avoid as being too difficult. If you had the time yourself, of course [...]

By |2018-03-15T15:45:41+00:00February 2nd, 2017|Blog, Quickbooks|0 Comments

What an Accountant Does

“An Accountant counts money!” says Mr. Joe Average; and he’s not wrong. But accountants do a lot more than just “crunch numbers”. Accountants deal with a wide range of finance-related chores that involve figures and statistics. Math is the core accountant’s job. […]

By |2018-03-15T15:05:44+00:00January 27th, 2017|Blog, Corporate Taxes, Personal Taxes|0 Comments
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