Take Tax Credit for Making History

Rundown on tax break for renovations A real estate owner may be contemplating the renovation of an older building in a historic part of town or a place that otherwise has historical implications. Fortunately, the federal tax law provides some incentives. Before you start tearing down walls and putting up a new façade, follow the
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Can You Prevent Identity Theft?

Several of our clients have received a letter from the IRS validating the amount of the refund they are to receive when they haven’t even filed their return.  Worse yet, when they file their return electronically, the return is rejected because another return has already been filed using their social security number. No matter where
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Property Tax Notices

When we last left off I suggested we were going to talk about choosing the right appraisal for your needs. I’ve decided to take today’s topic in another direction, one in which I feel is more relevant to my readers. I’d like to focus today’s discussion on value notices and tax bills; how many taxpayers
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Seven Ways to Build a Corporate Culture

Practical steps for workplace improvement Does your business maintain a favorable working environment? This could mean the difference between a successful company that continues to grow and a struggling enterprise that weighs itself down. Of course, building a winning corporate culture is easier said than done, but here are seven steps that may push you
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