Seven Tax Moves in the Summertime

Ideas for individuals and business owners Although summer is traditionally the time for rest and relaxation, you can still “work on” your 2016 tax bill. What’s more, special tax incentives for individuals and small-business owners have been restored by the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015. Here are seven popular tax-saving ideas.
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10 Bad Reasons Why Good Employees Quit

Avoid common mistakes of supervisors Is employee turnover a constant problem at your company? Frequently, high turnover can be traced to mistakes being made at the supervisory level. Worst of all, the problems may easily be fixed, either through greater effort or a slight change in perspective. With that in mind, here are 10 common
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Divorce and Retirement Assets; What you need to know now

In my December, 2015 blog, I explored spousal divorce and more specifically some tax considerations in the division of the marital estate.  Today, I will discuss another tax consideration related to spousal divorce. One must be careful when withdrawing money from a qualified retirement plan or traditional IRA before the age of 59.5 due to
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