Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hiring Family Members in a Family Business

In today’s tough job market, students seeking part-time employment, young adults looking for full-time employment, and college graduates looking to begin their careers are finding it difficult to land a job. The family business may be the only place for

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Inheritances Can Be Tricky

If you have received an inheritance or anticipate receiving one in the future, this article may answer many of your questions. The process of claiming an inheritance can be quite complex, and it helps to understand the basics and be

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Misclassifying Workers Can Be Costly!

Most business owners and executives tend to be financially conservative and preserve the cash of the business. This conservative approach frequently carries over to hiring activities, with many employers choosing to hire independent contractors/freelancers as opposed to full-time employees. In

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Raiding Your Retirement Piggy Bank

If you are looking for cash for a specific purpose, your retirement piggy bank may be a tempting source. However, if you are under age 59½ and plan to withdraw money from your Traditional IRA or qualified retirement account, you

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Child Care Credit Available to Student-Parents

If your family is among the many families that incur child care expenses so that a parent can attend school, you may be eligible for a child care tax credit. Generally, the child care credit is only available to couples

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Can You Take a Home Office Deduction?

If you run your small business out of your home, you may want to “write off” many of your household expenses. But how do you know what is deductible and what is not?

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Borrowing Money to Finance an Education?

College is just around the corner for many, and paying for tuition and college expenses may require borrowing money. If you are in this situation, here are some tax implications to consider before taking out a loan.

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