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How to make financial decisions when you lose a spouse

Grief and mourning affect each of us uniquely, but all widows and widowers experience a difficult dilemma. On the one hand, the world seems...

Wealth as a tool to build families up, not tear them down

In any family, wealth is a tool. Used wisely, wealth can fix problems and build opportunities for generations to come. Used irresponsibility, wealth has...

What’s next for business owners after liquidity?

Successful business owners often are those whose life is their business — their business defines them and is a large part of who they...

Guidance on HRAs for qualified small employers and their qualified employees

Prior to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, health reimbursement arrangements, or HRAs, had been a familiar item, particularly to small...

Intellectual capital is key to transitioning the family business

When it comes to the transition of a business, there is much to consider.Business owners should ask themselves about their motive for transition and...

Cash flow is king

As business owners and managers guiding the finances of an organization, or individuals dealing with the household budget, it doesn’t take long to understand...

Tips for year-end tax planning

There is a lot of planning that goes into the last few months of the year. Planning trips to see family, planning holiday events,...

Running wild isn’t always as fun as it sounds

As a parent of a toddler, I find myself reminding my son to watch where he is going. His eyes are pointed in every...

Evaluating the true value of your family business

As a business owner, it’s essential to get an early start on understanding the true value of your business. This is especially true when...

Stay compliant on charitable contributions

Back in the “old days” (about 10 years ago) the rules relating to deducting charitable contributions were fairly lax. I throw a few bucks...

Incentivizing employees

In an ever-changing business climate, it’s essential for leaders in all industries to keep up with the latest trends in human resources and be...

Retirement plan options for small employers

Most small business owners are fully aware of the cost of employee turnover and are diligent in offering benefits that appeal to and reward...

Mid-year tax planning

Sometimes in life, the only certainty is uncertainty — and that especially rings true this summer in the world of personal and business taxes.While...

President Trump’s proposed tax reform

President Donald Trump recently unveiled a new tax reform proposal titled “2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs.” This reform calls for...

Banking & Finance Notebook

April NotebookBanking & Finance articlesInvestment firm continues expansionStrong economy fuels county’s surging property valuesExpert: Economy nears end of recession recovery phaseLand Bank economic impact:...

Estimated tax payments — a necessary evil: Part 2

Last month, we introduced the “evil” concept of estimated tax payments — what they are and who is required to make them. To review,...

Estimated tax payments — a necessary evil

Quite often, I hear people complain (you know who you are) about having to pay quarterly estimates. This is especially true with taxpayers who...

A new year brings more tax changes

Unlike recent years, 2017 does not bring a multitude of changes in the tax law.Most of the last-minute changes signed into law late in...

Year-end tax planning tips

Welcome to December — the last month of the calendar year. If not already, your life is about to be consumed with shopping, holiday...

The presidential candidates and their tax policies

Tax policy is becoming one of the major issues of the 2016 presidential campaign. How will the upcoming election impact your personal tax situation?Here...

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