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From IRS Tax Tips: Your children may help you qualify for valuable tax benefits. Here are eight tax benefits parents should look out for when filing their federal tax returns this year. 1. Dependents. In most cases, you can claim your … Continue reading
We’re happy to start a monthly “Tax 101” Series! We’ll feature basic topics of taxes and hopefully answer those questions that you maybe felt were “too silly to ask” a CPA in person. And please let us know if there are … Continue reading
Have a listen to Rick Schwartz’s Tax Season 2013 Update!
Take a peak at Andrew’s article for Oncology Practice Management. Lots of tips to cut your 2013 taxes and advice for 2014.
Take a listen to Andrew’s interview with George Knight on Radio 92.9 Greater Media Boston – 8 Resolutions to Improve Your Personal Finances
Personal financial planning is an ongoing process. The good news is that financially speaking, 2013 was a really good year. The stock markets are at all time highs. Many real estate markets around the country rebounded nicely. And interest rates … Continue reading
Contributing to a retirement plan is one of the best tax shelters available to you during your working years. Recently, the IRS announced that most of the retirement savings limits will NOT increase for 2014. RETIREMENT PLAN LIMITS FOR 2014: … Continue reading
According to the IRS, to be deductible, an expenditure must be both “ordinary” and “necessary” in connection with your profession. The IRS defines “ordinary” as common and accepted in a particular profession and “necessary” as helpful and appropriate for a … Continue reading