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Exit and Estate Planning for Business Owners

Exit and Estate Planning for Business Owners

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many of us to consider our business succession and estate plans. No matter how successful you are or how well you take care of yourself, your financial situation and health are both surprisingly fragile and undeniably intertwined,...

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Financially Surviving A Downturn

Financially Surviving A Downturn

While the current economic distress we’re facing is due to an unprecedented chain of events, there are lessons from past downturns that can be applied as well as new opportunities — from tax credits to forgivable loans — that you can consider. You can start by taking...

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Be Tax-Scam Savvy

Be Tax-Scam Savvy

Hardworking taxpayers have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams. It’s a problem that’s not going away. Your best defense is to be vigilant and arm yourself with the latest news. Let’s look at three of the top scams circulating right...

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What’s The Deal With Opportunity Zones?

What’s The Deal With Opportunity Zones?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduced a new tax-lowering investment tool called Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs). Those willing to invest long-term in QOZs receive special tax advantages. But it’s new territory for both investors and developers, and with that new...

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Are You Deducting It?

Are You Deducting It?

Running your own business? Small business deductions can really add up for entrepreneurs. And while many business owners are on top of deductions like meals and entertainment, mileage, and payroll taxes, dozens of other deductions can be overlooked. Don’t forget to...

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Loans Between Loved Ones

Loans Between Loved Ones

Loaning money to family and friends is a tricky business for many reasons. Taxes are among them. Funds received as proceeds of a loan aren’t taxable if the borrower is expected to pay it back. However, the moment some or all of the debt is forgiven (doesn’t need to be...

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