August 21, 2018
Tax Tip Tuesday Financial Blog Post

Changes in Tax Rules Give You More Time to Challenge An IRS Levy

You now have more time to challenge an IRS levy. The Tax Cut and Jobs Act passed in December, upped the time for individuals or businesses from nine months to two years to file an administrative claim or bring a civil action for wrongful levy or seizure.
August 14, 2018
Tax Tip Tuesday Financial Blog Post

IRS and Tax Scams – Ways to Know if You Are Being Targeted

Avoiding tax scams could be easier than you think. Here are a few tips that can help you determine whether you are talking to— via phone, email, or even in person—is an IRS employee:
July 31, 2018
Tax Tip Tuesday Financial Blog Post

Common Mistakes Made When Preparing Taxes for the Tax Extension Deadline

If you are still working to get your 2017 taxes done before the October 15th extension deadline, you need to make sure the tax returns you are filing are accurate. Making even the smallest mistake on your tax return will likely prolong the entire process. Here are a few of the most common errors to avoid people make:
July 24, 2018
Tax Tip Tuesday Financial Blog Post

Options for Relief from Tax Penalties

Meeting tax obligations is always something you want to ensure you have covered. However, from time to time you may be among the millions of taxpayers that, due to unforeseen circumstances, may not be able to pay. This means you will likely be charged penalties on top of your tax bill. When that happens, you might have options for relief from tax penalties.
April 12, 2018
employee employer conflict based on assumptions

Simple Assumptions Can Lead to Employer-Employee Conflict

We’ve all heard the old adage about assumptions. It makes an—well you get the point. Recently I was part of a meeting that included a client and his employee. While I sat back and watched the two of them dispute of minute details, I could see both of their sides. They, however could not. Which lead me to ponder assumptions and the employee’s worth.
October 17, 2017
Sellable a Business, starting at the end

Selling Your Business, Starting with the End in Mind – Post #2

In my introduction to this blog series, I told you that my goal for this series is to walk you through the journey of starting, building, and ultimately selling a business. And now right off the bat, I’m going to talk to you about selling your business? Hold up. Isn’t that a little strange talking about the end before we even start? Well, yeah, but hear me out. If you take a trip, you begin your travels with an end destination in mind. In order to leave my house in East Tennessee and get to Oregon, I know to head West, but I’d need detailed directions from my GPS to outline the quickest route possible. But because of the distance between Tennessee and Oregon, I’m more than likely going to run into delays and problems somewhere along my path – wrecks, construction work, road closures, storms. Inevitably, my GPS will […]