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

May 31, 2016


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


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


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


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 […]