5 Habits For Easy Tax PreparationYou probably wouldn’t be too surprised to find out the number of Americans who enjoy filing their taxes is low. The tax code is massive, and grows bigger every year. Even tax-professionals don’t like reading it. With a few good habits in the year, ...

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​2018 Withholding Tables Now AvailableTaxpayers Could See Paycheck Changes by FebruaryThis article first appeared on the IRS website: www.irs.gov.The updated 2018 withholding tables now available. Net pay will change.WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service has released Notice 1036, which updates the income-tax withholding tables for 2018 reflecting changes ...

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Top eleven behaviors to avoid when on a tight budgetIn this article we are going to examine the top eleven behaviors to avoid when on a tight budget. So, we know looking for a job isn’t easy. In fact, it can be flat out stressful.But you know what’s even ...

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​How to switch payroll providers smoothlyDo you feel trapped in your payroll service and find yourself wondering how to switch payroll providers smoothly? Well, the old answer to that question used to be "you can't." ​​​​​Switching payroll providers used to mean having to manually track down and take all critical information--such ...

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How to minimize taxes on 401(k)'s​Learning how to minimize taxes on 401(k) is an important part of retirement planning. If seniors aren’t careful, they can push themselves into higher tax brackets and end up owing Uncle Sam more money than was really necessary.There’s no way to dodge the ...

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Full service payroll vs in-houseAlways wondered what the big difference is between full service payroll vs in-house is?Well one of the biggest difference is that In-house processing is as easy as DIY. DYI, unless you’re a jack-of-all-trades or an expert, usually isn’t that simple. In full service, all ...

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Estate planning for special needsThe process of​ estate planning for special needs children comes with some unique considerations. And in many cases, special needs dependents will be financially reliant on others for most of their lives.This should be a family-wide conversation. Parents, grandparents, siblings, and even nieces and ...

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Roth IRA or Traditional IRA: Do you qualify for both?So often we talk about either Roth IRA or Traditional IRA, but what is an IRA anyway?IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account. And in essence, and IRA is a savings account that allows individuals to contribute pre-tax or post ...

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Why paying off your mortgage faster isn't always the best move​This article will look at the idea of why paying off your mortgage faster isn’t always the best move through the lens of ‘Opportunity Cost.’ Before leaning into paying down any debt as aggressively as possible, it’s worth ...

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401k or IRA: Picking the plan for your company​Selecting the right retirement plan for your company is tricky business. It’s more complex than just 401k or IRA, there are a lot of moving parts to be aware of and keep track of.Making the right choice is more than looking ...

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How to choose health insurance plans​For American’s not covered by their employer, there are two main challenges when trying to figure out how to choose health insurance plans. The first is navigating the available options. The second is affordability.An insurance policy is a way to smooth out the ...

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How often should I pay my employees?How often should I pay my employees? What kind of schedule is easy and convenient for my employees and myself the employer?There's a big secret you might be missing out on. Ready to hear it? You're probably over paying when it comes to payroll processing costs.How? You ...

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