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Avoid these 4 estate planning pitfalls

Avoid these 4 estate planning pitfalls

No one likes to contemplate his or her own mortality. But ignoring the need for an estate plan or procrastinating…

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Three tax breaks for small businesses

Three tax breaks for small businesses

Sometimes, bigger isn’t better: Your small- or medium-sized business may be eligible for some tax breaks that aren’t available to…

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Dangerous donations: Should your nonprofit risk bad publicity?

Dangerous donations: Should your nonprofit risk bad publicity?

No not-for-profit wants to turn down donations — particularly if they’re large. Nevertheless, you need to consider the source of…

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The tax obligations if your business closes its doors

The tax obligations if your business closes its doors

Sadly, many businesses have been forced to shut down due to the pandemic and the economy. If this is your…

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Interested in an EV? How to qualify for a powerful tax credit

Interested in an EV? How to qualify for a powerful tax credit

Sales and registrations of electric vehicles (EVs) have increased dramatically in the U.S. in 2022, according to several sources. However,…

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Estates now have an additional three years to file for a portability election

Estates now have an additional three years to file for a portability election

Portability allows a surviving spouse to apply a deceased spouse’s unused federal gift and estate tax exemption amount toward his…

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5 ways to stop employees from colluding in fraud

5 ways to stop employees from colluding in fraud

What happens if two or more individuals in your organization collude to commit fraud? According to the Association of Certified…

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4 estate planning documents your college-aged child should have

4 estate planning documents your college-aged child should have

Does your college-aged child have a basic estate plan? In more cases than not, the answer is “no.” The good…

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Businesses will soon be able to deduct more under the standard mileage rate

Businesses will soon be able to deduct more under the standard mileage rate

Business owners are aware that the price of gas is historically high, which has made their vehicle costs soar. Fortunately,…

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Partially empty offices can be fertile ground for theft

Partially empty offices can be fertile ground for theft

Half-empty offices due to the pandemic may provide an advantage to “creepers.” These thieves typically gain access to a company’s…

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Five tax implications of divorce

Five tax implications of divorce

Are you in the early stages of divorce? In addition to the tough personal issues that you’re dealing with, several…

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When should you turn down an inheritance?

When should you turn down an inheritance?

If you expect to receive an inheritance from a family member, you might want to use a qualified disclaimer to…

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