In a previous post, we looked at some of the steps involved with starting a small business. This time I’d like to dig deeper into choosing an entity for your business from a financial and tax perspective. The legal pros and cons are best left to your attorney, and consult your tax advisor for more […]
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Well, the autopen signature is dry, and HR8 is officially law. Now, to decipher what is in it and see how it affects each of us. I think it will take a bit of time to sort out the nuances of how the various changes and provisions interact, like the different levels of capital gains […]
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Don’t Throw Away that Statement!
Finding how much your investments really cost can be difficult, but not impossible. You can scour your statements for fees, look up your funds on Morningstar, or ask your adviser. 401(k) plans though have been among the least transparent investment vehicles and often believed to be a free service from your employer (they’re not). New […]
Zombie Apocalypse? No- Worse, It’s Taxmageddon
Forget the zombie apocalypse or the Mayan calendar; we’ve got ourselves a Taxmageddon on the horizon. There are big tax changes waiting just around the corner on Jan. 1. Of course, being an election year some of those changes may end up changing, specifically the planned expiration of the Bush tax cuts, but we know […]