Perks and Preps

By |May 18th, 2016|

Remember those days when you were prepping for adulthood or you’re now working with your children on being ready for the ‘real world?’” I think it’s safe to assume that it can certainly be a rocky road trying to get set up on your own and even scary at times. Remembering how to do laundry […]

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Tax Checklists!

By |May 10th, 2016|

When that time comes around every spring like clockwork, it’s always nice to have a tidy bundle of information to bring to your accountant! However, we’re all human and it’s hard to remember all the important documents accountants need to do your tax return (especially if you’re not in the world of accounting everyday like […]

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Public Service Accouncement for IRS Scams

By |May 4th, 2016|

Just a friendly public service announcementGetting a notice from the IRS in the mail can seem like a scary and nerve wracking thing. However, that is the way for IRS to get in touch with you. Whether the IRS is sending out a delinquent payment notice, or approving your extension or whatever the case may […]

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Springing Forward

By |April 27th, 2016|

Spring is here! For some people, that means a busy season of tax returns and or others, it means a busy season of cleaning out the house. But for all of us, it means Day Light Savings springs us forward in time, the cold winter fades, and the warmer weather gives our morale a boost! […]

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Apps for Logging

By |March 8th, 2016|

In a previous article (Logging…But Not Like a Lumberjack), I ended with a ‘stay tuned for an article about how technology can help you track mileage and expenses,’ or something of that nature! Well folks, here it is! If you’re a tech savvy individual and wish there was a way for you to track mileage […]

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