Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hiring family in the family business can cut taxes

As the summertime school vacation season approaches, young family members may be looking for a job – and having a hard time finding one. Hire them in your family business, and you get a double benefit: helping the kids gain … Continue reading

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Is your business dependent on too few?

Many small business owners share one problem, especially in their early days. It’s being over-reliant on a single customer or supplier for much of their business. If you’re in that position, your business is operating with higher risk. Just as … Continue reading

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Retirement attitudes are subject of recent survey

A recent study conducted by Harris Interactive of 1,000 middle class individuals aged 25 to 75 revealed some interesting statistics about retirement attitudes. Among the survey’s findings: * 37% of respondents say they don’t expect to retire; instead they expect … Continue reading

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Natural Disaster Can Affect Your Taxes: Here’s How

Welcome to hurricane season!  Hurricanes can cause quite a bit of damage not only to vacation homes, but also to the primary  residences of people who live in areas affected by hurricanes. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina caused more than $125 … Continue reading

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