Tax Articles

The Importance of Building a Team

First of all, let me tell you something:  YOU are among the best of the best.  You’ve taken things far past many others and built a business.  Yes, that might have plenty of challenges, but the fact remains:  most people … Read More

Where To Stash Emergency Funds?         

 Building up an emergency fund is one of the smartest steps you can take to ensure your financial and overall well-being. Emergency funds are liquid funds that you can tap into when the times get tough. Maybe you need to … Read More

The Value of the Right Team in Your Business

Stop me if you’ve heard this before:  A small business owner, frustrated by doing their own books, hires a bookkeeper to begin handling the books in their business.  That bookkeeper recommends a CPA, and everything seems “on the level” so … Read More

Business Tips From The Greatest Showman

  If you want to learn how to grow your business, learning from one of the greatest showmen in history is certainly a good place to start. P.T. Barnum is still a household name, even though his famous circuses are … Read More

Cities Trying To Grow

Some tech workers are ditching San Francisco and other areas with high costs of living and relocating to more affordable areas instead.  As a result, many cities are rolling out the red carpet, aiming to attract highly skilled workers, along … Read More

Fighting these HIGHER Rates

As much as I hate to admit it, I understand why the Fed keeps pushing interest rates up … but that doesn’t mean I like it.  When it comes to “regular” folks – those who earn a living with a … Read More

October’s Real Estate Corner

 Mortgage rates have been up and down following the rate increases by the Federal Reserve, beginning with the one in March this year.  Those rate increases are aimed at controlling inflation, and while they have affected mortgage rates, the Fed … Read More

Where Are Those 87,000 IRS Agents?

Within days of the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act in August, the IRS, having received an estimated $80 billion windfall, put out the call for new agents.  You might have seen the posts on social media – memes and … Read More

October’s Amusing Tax Convictions

Over the years, this column has seen loads of tax evasion from nearly every industry and walk of life, but one of the few career paths that has only rarely shown up is medical doctors.  Well, today, that ends.  Krishnaswami … Read More

Not Feeling Your 9-5?  Reconsider Small Business

No matter what changes occur in the workplace, there will always be some level of employees that aren’t happy.  Sure, for some, complaining is simply “part of the job,” but for others, workplace challenges and issues that aren’t addressed can … Read More