Tag: taxes

Transition Planning For Small Business Owners

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If you’re like most business owners, you’ve spent most of your life building your business and not so much time figuring out who will take over for you when you step down. Transition planning requires careful thought as to who will lead the company you worked so hard to build. [...]

IRA Tax Deduction, It’s Not Too Late

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The deadline for filing your taxes is fast approaching.  One tactic you might not have thought of can help you save for retirement and provide you with a deduction. Assuming you have earned income and fall within certain limits you can contribute to a Traditional IRA and take a deduction [...]

Get the Most Tax Savings Out of Your HSA

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If you have a health plan with a health savings account (HSA), there’s still time to maximize your tax savings for 2011! You have until April 17, 2012 to make contributions that can be deducted from your 2011 taxes. Per the IRS, you can contribute the 2011 maximum allowable amounts [...]

Quick, File Your Taxes….or Someone May Beat You to It!

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You may not think about filing your taxes until April, but trust me, you should do it sooner rather than later! If you don’t, you may become one of an estimated 226,000 taxpayers who became the victim of tax refund fraud last year. Crooks count on the millions of taxpayers who wait until [...]

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