Who Are You?

There’s who you think you are and who you really are. We all question who we are at some point during our lives, but did you know it’s an important tax topic too? Taxes differ depending on who you are, so it’s crucial you know who you (and your business) are. A real estate agent […]

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Focus on your strengths to improve profits

The conventional response to today’s lackluster economy is to focus on cutting business costs. That’s good advice up to a point, but eventually paring down becomes counter-productive. Once you’re done, you’re still stalled in the same economic doldrums. Rather than restricting your strategy to cost-cutting, play to your strengths. What product, service, or other customer […]

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Consumer Fraud Alert!

The IRS is warning people to be aware of fraud connected with Hurricane Sandy. As is usually the case following a natural disaster, scam artists are impersonating charities to get money or financial information from those wanting to help victims of the storm. The scammers contact people by phone, social media, e-mail, or in person. […]

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New Tax & Credit Limits for 2013

2013 tax numbers recently published by the IRS and Social Security Administration: * SOCIAL SECURITY taxable wage limit increases from 2012 limit of $110,100 to $113,700 for 2013. Retirees under full retirement age can earn up to $15,120 without losing benefits. * 401(k) MAXIMUM salary deferral increases from 2012 limit of $17,000 to $17,500. The […]

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