End of Summer Tax Planning Tips

The sun is still shining, and kids are just starting back to school. It’s not tax season, so why think about tax planning? Even though it’s still technically summer, there are a few things you can do now to improve your tax situation. Contribute to Your Retirement If you requested an extension on filing your … Continued →

Feeling Good About Personal Finances

Are you satisfied with your personal finances? If you said yes, you’re among millions of other Americans who are feeling good about their current money situation. The American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) calculates the Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi) each quarter, an economic indicator that measures factors affecting the financial standing of typical … Continued →

Weddings Aren’t Tax Deductible … Right?

June through September is peak wedding season, and we’re betting you know someone who is getting married this summer – or has an anniversary. This is often the most expensive event a couple will plan, and if it was possible to save some money through tax breaks of all things, you’d want to know! From … Continued →

Summer Tax Breaks

Summertime is in full swing, and that means vacations, cookouts, lots of outdoor activities, and extra time with the family. Summertime is also full of opportunities for tax breaks. Read on for five ways to make summer work harder for you! Tax Breaks for Summer Camp and Childcare Summer camps are a great way for … Continued →

12 Tax Deductions for the Self-Employed

Owning your own business means working to help make your own dreams come true, to further your passion and ambition and create a meaningful source of income. It’s also terribly stressful sometimes and comes with a lot of risks and liabilities. Whether you’re growing your business or maintaining the revenue you already have, the costs … Continued →