July 26, 2021

A Business Owner’s Guide to the New 2021 Child Tax Credit

By now, you’ve probably received a letter from the IRS, informing you of disbursements being made to families via the 2021 Child Tax Credit. This is part of the American Rescue Plan Act that was signed into law by President Biden on March 11th, 2021. While there are several new features to this tax credit, many business owners are asking if they should accept the disbursements or unenroll. In today’s entry, I’m going to take a closer look at the 2021 Child Tax Credit and how business owners may choose to respond.
March 15, 2021

How to Keep Effective Meeting Minutes

As business owners, we often have meetings with our team, board members, investors, etc. In many cases, you’re required to keep a record of your meeting minutes. However, the idea of keeping minutes of meeting records can be a little confusing to some. That’s why today’s entry is all about how to keep effective meeting minutes.
November 19, 2020

Do Taxes Matter? Understanding How Taxes Impact Your Wealth Gap

Over the last few weeks, I have been going over some of the things that keep business owners up at night. More specifically, I’ve been discussing the wealth or retirement gap that we all face. In today’s entry, I want to continue with this subject by answering a very important question… do taxes matter? The short answer is yes, of course. But as I dig deeper, I’m going to show you how taxes impact your wealth gap and your ability to accumulate the wealth you will need for your retirement. Join me as I unpack all of the pertinent details of this subject.
December 27, 2018

Protect Your Accounts from Cybercriminal Activity with Smarter Passwords

As we head into the New Year, it may be time to give you online accounts a new password. The IRS urges everyone to review passwords and incorporate stronger standards to protect your accounts. In doing so you can help combat the impact cybercriminals have on the world wide web, as strong passwords help protect accounts from cybercriminal activity. Building a better password is as easy as one, two, three.
November 28, 2017

Data Protection Tips to Help Taxpayers and Businesses

The second annual National Tax Security Awareness Week happened in late November 2017. This event is part of the Security Summit, part of an ongoing collaborative effort to combat tax-related identity theft. The IRS, state tax agencies, the tax industry, and groups came together to encourage people to protect their tax data and identities. Criminals are always working hard to obtain people’s personal data. With the number of data breaches at record levels, these are issues that pose a threat to individuals and businesses. And their new target – taxes and tax returns. Here are a few simple steps taxpayers can take to protect themselves from cybercriminals.
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