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If You’re Hiring, Don’t Miss These Income Tax Savings

May 31, 2016

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Income Tax Savings for Certain Circumstances Onboarding a new employee can be an expensive process. Between training, orientation and setting up the employee on a variety of benefits, the hiring of a new team member can take up your time and resources. Keep in mind, though, that if you hire members of certain groups, you […]

Tax Tips for Those Nearing Retirement

March 22, 2016

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Follow These Tax Tips to Minimize Payments and Simplify Filing As you get ready to transition into retirement, you may have questions about how to switch to a new reality where your tax filing looks significantly different than it has in the past, while you were working full-time and planning for retirement. You’re now in […]

Giving in a Way That Maximizes Your Income Tax Savings

December 29, 2015

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Depending on What You Give, Income Tax Savings Could be Substantial It’s the end of the year and holiday parties and presents have probably been dominating your conversations and to-do lists for the last few weeks. Now it’s time to take steps to maximize your income tax savings. When it comes to charitable giving, it’s […]

Six Often Overlooked Income Tax Savings

October 13, 2015

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Capture All the Possible Income Tax Savings for Your Small Business Are you taking all of the possible tax credits for your small business? A credit is different than a deduction and makes a significant impact on your tax bill. A deduction is simply a reduction of your taxable income, but a credit reduces the […]