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Soft U.S. Economy, Dim Future

The weak U.S. recovery, which higher taxes and more regulations do not help, does not bode well for the nation and its economy going forward. Our free market economy, whose freedoms our Bill of Rights guarantees, combined to make Source
Posted On 12 Jun 2015

Tax Saving for College Kids

As any parent knows, dependents are tax deductible. However, letting your children file on their own can create significant tax saving opportunities if you are subject to rules that limit many traditional tax breaks. Most questions about taxes begin Source
Posted On 11 Jun 2015

8 Smart Mid-Year Tax Moves to Pocket More Money

How you doin’ with those New Year’s Resolutions? As we approach the half way point of 2015, you should have a pretty good idea of your progress … or lack thereof. When it comes to your Source
Posted On 05 Jun 2015

How to Get 2015 Tax Breaks

Though the ink’s barely dry on your return for 2014, getting an early start on tax planning for 2015 can save you both money and stress next April. Here are five techniques to keep in mind. 1. Tax loss Source
Posted On 04 Jun 2015

Why Biz Acquisitions Fail

Expanding your business is exciting, but the process brings plenty of challenges. If you don’t watch out for these pitfalls, your acquisition might become a costly failure. I’m involved in selling and buying businesses for almost 35 years. For Source
Posted On 03 Jun 2015

Tax-Smart Investing

No one likes to pay taxes. Although they are one of the two certain things in life, you want to do all you can to reduce this burden. The ways to achieve that is through investing long term in mutual Source
Posted On 30 May 2015

What Are the Odds the IRS Will Audit Your Tax Return? And What Should You Do If It Does?

This is the quintessential good news bad news story. The good news If you’re worried that the tax return you just sent to the IRS will be audited, breathe easy. John Koskinen, the head of the IRS, is telling Source
Posted On 28 May 2015

When To Plan For 2015 Taxes: Now

With 2014 taxes in the rear view mirror, most of us are trying to figure out what we can do differently this year. It’s likely, I’d say, there are quite a few hands on foreheads, as realization hits that once again some failure of action last year has created pain, suffering and...
Posted On 18 May 2015

How Snowbirds Can Trim Tax Bills in Retirement

I read your column about states that don’t tax retirement income . I’m retired and plan to spend part of the year in New York and part in Florida, which has no state income tax. What do I need Source
Posted On 07 May 2015

New Changes to Your HSA

Your health savings account (HSA) can be your one of your best friends when medical expenses hit, allowing you to tap a fund of pre tax money to meet ever spiraling health care costs. Here are the latest numbers Source
Posted On 22 Apr 2015