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  • Taxation of Cryptocurrency and NFTs: New Rules Coming

    Cryptocurrency is not a fad. It is here to stay. That is clear from the proposed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which includes provisions about how cryptocurrency is taxed. Click through to see what may be on the horizon.

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  • Retirement Plan Startup Costs Tax Credit

    You may be able to claim a tax credit of up to $5,000 when you set up a SEP IRA, a SIMPLE IRA or a 401(k) plan. Click through to see how the tax credit reduces the amount of taxes you owe.

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  • Reverse Mortgage: Right for You?

    A reverse mortgage can be the perfect solution for seniors who want to stay in their homes, but there are some long-term drawbacks. Click through for a review of the pros and cons of this popular financial technique.

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  • FLSA Mistakes To Avoid

    Most employers must adhere to the Fair Labor Standards Act. But the FLSA can be complex — and mistakes are common and costly. Click through for a quick list of common FLSA errors you should avoid.

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  • It's Time To Check Your Withholding

    You may have been advised to check your tax withholdings at least once a year. But in 2021, considering all the pandemic-related changes, it’s a good idea to check more frequently. Click through for some IRS withholding advice to forestall any surprises at tax season.

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  • What To Know About the New Lease Accounting Standard

    The effective date for private companies to comply with Accounting Standards Codification 842 is on the horizon. The new standard clarifies definitions and businesses will need to make sure they're familiar with the terms. Click through to make sure you're familiar with the basics.

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  • An Overview on Tax and Education Credits

    Tax credits can help offset the costs of higher education, but the rules can get complicated. Click through to learn how education credits can work in order to make sure you're taking full advantage of government programs.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Unable to Find Qualified Candidates

    Have you ever posted a position, but never gotten a response back from someone who fits the bill? Finding the best person for the job takes luck, but it also takes skill. Click through to find out how to make the right kind of impression.

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  • What Makes a Successful Bonus Program?

    Bonuses are one of the best ways to motivate employees. But to actually work, a bonus program must be thoughtfully designed. Click through to learn about characteristics of an effective program.

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  • Do You Have a Hobby or a Business?

    Have a hobby that's also a source of income? The line between business and hobby can be a thin one, and the rules are complex. Click through for some insights that will help you make sure that you're in compliance and that you're not missing any allowable deductions.

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  • Business Deductions: A Quick Review

    Business expenses are the cost of carrying on a trade or business. Sometimes, the IRS gives you a tax break for your expenses. Click through for an introduction to the complex world of business tax deductions.

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  • What a Will Should NOT Do

    We are often urged, with good reason, to make a will to help put our lives in order. It’s a responsible and worthwhile thing to do — but not the only thing. Click through to learn when a will is not the best route.  

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  • How To Manage the 3 Major Supply Chain Risks

    Managing supply chains in uncertain times means understanding the risks and finding ways to mitigate them — the pandemic showed us that! Click through to read about managing three major supply chain risks.

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  • Employees' Net Pay: What Are the Calculations?

    The "net pay" line appears on every paystub, but many employees, and even many companies, aren't always sure what it means. Click through for an introduction to the detailed tax and finance calculations involved in "net pay."

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  • What Are the Basics of Home Insurance?

    Home insurance protects your home and possessions against damage or theft. Click through to learn how to decide which level of coverage is right for you.

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  • Managing Your Business and Staff After the Pandemic

    Can you lay a strong foundation for a flourishing, long-lasting small business in the post-pandemic world? Click through to learn how to seek out and seize opportunities and integrate resilience into your business plan.

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  • State and Local Tax Considerations for Remote Employees

    Until the pandemic, no one could have envisioned how profoundly remote employment would affect the workplace. The rise of the hybrid office has led to some thorny tax questions. Click through for some thoughts on how tax rules apply in a remote or hybrid environment.

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  • What Is a Life Settlement and How Does It Work?

    A life insurance policy is considered property, and that means it can be sold. This can prove advantageous in difficult circumstances. Click through to discover what life settlements can do and what they can't do.

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  • Myths of the Estate Tax

    You may be worried about your heirs getting hit by the federal estate tax when you die. But are these worries justified? Click through for a look at how the often-misunderstood estate tax really works.

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  • The Ins and Outs of Small-Business Insurance

    Can small-business insurance help you with your pandemic losses? Click through to find out.

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  • What You Don't Know About Estate Planning

    Do you know what estate planning really is? Some people think it's only for the very wealthy, or that they don't have to worry about it until they're old—but those are misconceptions! Click through for the real facts on estate planning.

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  • Employee Retention Credit: Further Guidance

    This significant credit received a boost earlier this year, and the IRS recently issued additional guidance. This new information is essential for employers. Click through to make sure you aren't leaving anything on the table.

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  • Should You Introduce Profit-Sharing — and How?

    Profit-sharing is a group incentive plan for employees to share in profits. Click through to change your culture from "Let’s get it done" to "We’re all in this together."

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  • When To Use a QTIP Trust

    Do you want to provide for a surviving spouse yet maintain control of how your trust's assets are distributed once that spouse dies? The qualified terminable interest property trust may be the tool you need. Click through to learn what a QTIP trust lets you do.

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  • Succession Planning 101: What Is Your Exit Plan?

    Planning your exit is not what is on your mind when you open a business. But the truth is that you plant the seeds of your exit the day you open your doors. Click through for tips on keeping your business running after you're gone.

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  • Vaccine Mandates: The Elephant in the Room

    The rules around vaccination seem to change every week. It's hard to keep up! What's the story on the recently announced vaccine mandate and other recommendations? Click through for a review of the latest rules and guidance on COVID-19 vaccines.

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  • IRS Reminds Taxpayers of Limited-Time Donation Rules

    Special rules allow limited charitable deductions even for taxpayers who don't itemize, and there are other donation changes for individuals and businesses. But these benefits run out soon! Click through to learn how to take advantage of them now.

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  • Section 174 Research Deduction Changes for 2022

    Have you been deducting your R&D expenses as they occur? Starting in the new year, that's off the table. You will have to amortize them over multiple years. Click through for an overview of the new Sec. 174 rules.

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  • How To Finance a Car

    Purchasing a car is a serious investment, but thoughtful financing can make it less painful. Click through for some advice on how to make the right choices to purchase the car you want.

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  • How To Ensure Your Company's Financial Statement Assertions Are Accurate

    Taking the step of preemptively examining internal controls before closing financial statements gives company chief financial officers the assurance that their assertions are accurate and complete. Click through for key reporting advice.

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  • Document Management and Recordkeeping for Nonprofits

    Compliance for nonprofits is different — and often far more demanding — than it is in for-profit businesses. But that doesn't mean you need to hold on to old paperwork forever. Click through for a guide to recordkeeping for nonprofits.

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  • Quantitative vs. Qualitative Financial Forecasts: What's the Difference?

    No financial forecast is perfect, which is why there are so many different methodologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Predicting your business outcomes starts with understanding which forecast is right for you. Click through for an overview of the different kinds of forecasts and how they work.

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  • Overview of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

    Blockchain and cryptocurrency have been around for a while. But 2021 is the year when Congress took notice and introduced 19 bills to regulate them. Click through for an overview of this shadowy world, so you can understand what may be coming.

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  • 2021 Tax Tips: A Look at the Future

    A lot may happen in the coming months to change the tax situation — or everything may remain the same. Click through for a summary of proposed tax changes targeting businesses and high net worth individuals to see how the scenario may play out.

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  • Capital Gains and Home Sales

    Before you sell your home, it's important to understand the tax implications. The situation is complicated, so you need to review the details to make sure you get the full benefits. Click through to discover the tax code rules on capital gains and gain exclusions.

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  • How To Hire in a Tough Market

    When jobs are plentiful but candidates scarce, you've got to be smart about hiring. Click through for tips on how to make your job postings easy to find on any search engine and mobile friendly with a quick way to apply.

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  • What Exactly Is a "Tax Year"?

    Tax years are based on annual accounting periods in which you keep records and report income and expenses. A tax year may not be a calendar year. Click through to discover the myriad annual accounting periods you may or may not adopt.

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  • Scenario Planning as Part of the Strategic Planning Process

    We don't know what the future holds, but businesses can get a handle on the best course of action by using scenario planning. Click through to read more.

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  • Payroll Tax Rates and Contribution Limits for 2022

    The payroll tax rates and contribution limits for 2022 have been released, and there are lots of changes. Click through to see exactly what is changing so you can make plans for the coming months.

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  • When Is It Time To Refinance a Home?

    You can refinance a home to save money or make it easier to pay your monthly bills. But it can be tricky to figure out when a refi makes sense. Click through for details that will help you make the right financing decision.

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  • DOL Issues Final Regulations on Tip Sharing

    In its latest rule on tip sharing, the DOL clarifies whether managers and supervisors can receive or share tips. The rule also broadens the penalties for employers who violate federal tip-pooling laws. Click through to make sure you're in compliance.

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  • When Should You Take Your Company Public?

    Is the lure of taking your company public becoming irresistible? Maybe it's time, but there's a lot to think about first. Click through to read an introduction to this complex and risky step so you know what you're getting into.

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  • January Tax Due Date Is Approaching

    Businesses have to adhere to a strict tax schedule, and January 31 is a red-letter date. A variety of filings are due. Click through for an overview of your business tax responsibilities as the year draws to a close.

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  • How To Retain Employees in a Tough Market

    Is the worker shortage making it a challenge to retain talent? It pays to go the extra mile to make sure valued employees remain. Click through for tips on minimizing the outflow of your top people.

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  • IRS Announces Mileage Rates for 2022

    Each year, the government announces the mileage rates taxpayers can use when applying for reimbursement. Click through for the new rates and for information on when you can legally take the deductions. 

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  • Wishing You a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

    May every day of the coming New Year glow with good cheer, health, happiness and prosperity for you and your loved ones. Click through for a special New Year greeting.

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  • Trusts: Good for a Variety of Families

    Contrary to popular belief, you don't need to be a Silicon Valley billionaire to create a trust. How do you know if a trust is the right tool for you? Click through to see why a trust can be a useful estate-planning tool for lots of people.

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  • Taxes and Business Startups

    New entrepreneurs think about production, marketing, sales and human resources — but often forget the tax angle. You need to be on top of your IRS situation from day one. Click through for an overview of taxes for new businesses.

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  • Can You Lower Your Property Taxes?

    Many homeowners believe their property taxes are etched in stone and that the rates calculated in municipal offices cannot be changed. Click through to learn how your town arrives at your tax rate and how you may be able to change it.

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  • The Future of Remote Work

    Remote work is here to stay, but the details of your company's remote workforce will depend on many factors, including how your workforce is managed. Click through for some thoughts on how to manage remote work so you aren't taken by surprise.

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  • Security Is Key for Shared Applications

    Taking measures to secure your personal and identifiable information has always been important. It is even more important now that many companies that share applications with their employees are all operating remotely. Click through for tips on how to protect your personal information. 

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  • IRS Updates Recovery Rebate Credit FAQ

    Questions about the complex Recovery Rebate Credit? The IRS has revised its FAQ list. It's an impressive 35 pages. Click through for an overview of some key points and a link to the complete document.

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  • IRS Provides Guidance on Schedules K-2 and K-3

    The IRS has provided further details on additional relief for certain partnerships preparing schedules K-2 and K-3 for 2021. Click through for an overview of these complex but important changes.

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  • The Tax Implications of Independent Contractors

    Not everyone who works for you is an employee. Some may be independent contractors. This means a simpler tax situation for you, so the distinction is important. Click through for tips on figuring out what kind of workforce you have and how to handle your tax responsibilities.

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  • Quiet Quitting: What Employers Need To Know

    Is one of your employees doing the bare minimum — just enough to avoid getting fired? This employee might be engaging in the latest trend: "quiet quitting." Click through for more on this fast-growing occupational phenomenon.

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  • How to Rightsize Your Company

    How do you know whether you have too few or too many employees? Click through to adapt your workforce as your organization grows and develops.

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  • Is Work Clothing Deductible?

    Wondering whether you can take a deduction for the clothing you wear as a small-business owner? The answer isn't simple. The IRS has strict rules on clothing deductions. Click through before you buy that Armani suit on the company's dime.

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  • How To Divide Possessions Among Heirs

    In most cases, wills divide cash evenly among heirs. But when it comes to assets like jewelry and artwork, it's harder to define what makes a fair split. Click through for some tips on dividing your possessions.

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  • Home Sellers’ Profit Exclusions Aren’t One-Time Opportunities

    Many homeowners sell their houses at a profit, which raises questions about taxation. Fortunately, the IRS gives breaks on these profits. Click through to learn about some hidden details that can save you a lot of money.

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  • What To Know About Fringe Benefits and Taxes

    When you provide workers with additional benefits on top of their regular pay, some may be taxable. As the rules can get complicated, it pays to familiarize yourself with the requirements. Click through for an overview of which benefits are taxable.

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  • IRS Update on Student Loan Relief

    Earlier this year, the White House announced student loan relief. The IRS has now followed up with additional information. Click through for further details and links to government resources for more details.

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  • Hurricane Ian Victims To Get Tax Relief

    Hurricane Ian victims throughout Florida now have until Feb. 15, 2023, to file various federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced recently. Click through to see what relief you're entitled to.

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  • The Pros and Cons of a Remote Office

    The pandemic has changed the way we think about remote work. Are you thinking of letting your employees continue to work from home even after offices open up? Click through to see why this benefit is not only trendy, but may even be a draw for workers.

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  • The Complex Rules Behind the ERC

    The government helped businesses respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by creating the Paycheck Protection Program and the Employee Retention Credit. Click through for a look at these key programs.

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  • Tax Changes to Think About in 2022

    A lot has changed since provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act expired Dec. 31, 2021, rather than being extended. Plus, the proposed Build Back Better Act is on the horizon. Click through for some insight into the 2022 tax landscape.

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  • Third-Party Network Payment Providers and Form 1099-K

    A new law was enacted as part of the American Rescue Plan, and it took effect this year. This new law establishes a significant change in tax reporting for businesses using PayPal and similar services. Click through to make sure you're on top of the new policies.

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  • Key Rules--And Extended Deadlines--for PPP Loan Forgiveness and the ERC Tax Credit

    As business owners who received a Paycheck Protection Program loan prepare to file their 2021 taxes, they need to consider whether they are also eligible to claim the Employee Retention Credit. Click through for an introduction to the complex tax situation and the ERC deadline rules, extended as far as 2025.

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  • IRS Updates FAQ for the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit

    If you didn't qualify for or didn't receive the full amount of the third Economic Impact Payment, you may be eligible for the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit. Click through for an overview to see if you're entitled to the credit.

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  • Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

    Each year, employees may undergo life changes that could affect their income tax withholding. This is why it’s important to remind your employees to review their withholding every year, especially as they're currently filing income tax returns. Click through to learn what employees should do once a year.

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  • What To Know About Business Financial Ratios

    Understanding key financial ratios can make you a better manager. Once you know what the numbers reveal, you can take actionable lessons from them. Click through for an introduction to how ratios can offer important insights for your business and your investments.

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  • Student Loans — Your Options

    Need money for college? Loans are available, but your options can get confusing. Which programs are out there, and are they right for you? Click through to learn about borrowing options so you can make informed choices about financing college.

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  • Know the Difference Between Cash and Accrual

    You know that an accurate account of expenses is vital to keeping your business in the black, but there's more than one way to keep your accounts. Click through to learn the pros and cons of the two most common accounting methods.

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  • The Tax Implications of Closing a Business

    There are many things you must do when you close a business. One is to make things right with the IRS. Click through for an overview of your tax responsibilities as a business owner when you're ready to move on.

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  • Celebrate This Easter With A Heart Filled With Peace, Joy And Cheer

    Wishing a happy Easter to you and your family. May it be filled with many colorful treats! Click through for a special Easter greeting.

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  • Getting Representation Before the IRS

    It's one of the fundamental rights of all taxpayers: You're entitled to have representation in dealings with the IRS, even if you choose not to appear at the interview in person. Click through to learn how to retain an authorized representative for that help.

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  • Consider These Tips for Early Retirement

    Contributing to your workplace retirement plan, avoiding withdrawals, paying off debts, and setting up multiple sources of income are four ways to retire sooner. Click through for more ideas on how to put your work life behind you at a younger age.

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  • Can an IRS Offer in Compromise Help You?

    It can be possible to settle your tax debt for less than you owe, but you have to know how the system works. If you’re suffering from financial hardship, click through to learn how to take advantage of an IRS program.

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  • How To Pick the Right Cloud Accounting Solution

    Using cloud accounting means establishing infrastructure with minimal investment that can grow with your business. Click through for some tips on how to access information stored in the cloud from anywhere on any device.

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  • Outsourced Accounting and Due Diligence

    Every business must adhere to stipulated financial compliance rules. You can outsource these tasks to a firm, but you need to make sure you are up to date about regulations across industries. Click through to learn how to get started on the right track.

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  • What To Do About Talent Shortages

    When you have fewer employees than you need, it can impede business growth. To staff up, you may have to think outside the box. Click through for some imaginative suggestions for overcoming staffing shortages and improving your bottom line. 

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  • Gifting a House? Know the Tax Rules!

    It's one of the more difficult decisions that come across the desks at the IRS: What is a gift and what is compensation? Click through for some insights into this age-old question to make sure you're on the right side.

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  • New & Noteworthy

    Here are the latest developments in the personal finance, tax and business worlds. Click through for links to current reports from leading news sources. 

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  • What Types of Accounting Services Can You Outsource?

    You've decided to rely on professional and competent outsourcers with years of experience in managing various accounting functions. Click through for an overview of what services you might consider outsourcing.

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  • What Is a Buy-Sell Agreement?

    How do businesses separate ownership and assets if a partner divests, perishes, or becomes disabled? What happens if the company dissolves? You need to consider these possibilities carefully. Click through to learn some important truths about exit strategies.

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  • How To Make Use of Annuities

    Thinking about buying an annuity so you can get steady income when you retire? It may be a good idea, but there's a lot to think about first. Click through to learn about the array of annuities to choose from.

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  • Tax and Timing for Medical Expenses

    When you want to take advantage of certain medical care deductions, the rules regarding what you can and cannot do seem straightforward. However, with some subtle planning, you can legally game the system to boost your deductions. Click through for tips on how to get the most out of the IRS.

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  • Capital Gains: Know the Basics

    In the investing world, the term "capital gains" comes up a lot. But what does it really mean, and what are its implications? Click through for an introduction to the tax and finance rules surrounding capital gains.

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  • How To Handle Leave-of-Absence Requests

    Now that we're on the other side of the pandemic, how should companies respond to leave-of-absence requests? There's no easy answer, but there are legal and practical reasons for being generous. Click through for some information to help you create a policy.

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  • Employee Retention Credit: Over but Not Done

    The ERC was an especially helpful tax break for businesses during the pandemic. It was also especially complex, with a number of changes along the way. Click through to see where you may stand with it, including the time you have left to claim it.

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  • Historic Homes and the IRS

    If you're rehabilitating a historic home, you may be able to claim a rehabilitation tax credit. But the devil is in the details, and it's about more than just the house being old. Click through to learn about the conditions you need to meet.

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  • How To Snag Your Part of the Attention Economy

    Looking to win the battle for consumer attention? Click through to find out how to captivate customers.

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  • What to Know About Incorporation and Taxation

    Are you considering incorporating or forming an LLC? What are the practical and financial implications for you and your heirs? Click through to learn the advantages of moving beyond a sole proprietorship.

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