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3 Steps to Protect your Business’ Sensitive Information

Guest post by Danny Tobon, President, Tsquared Technologies A data breach could become a nightmare for any company, especially for small businesses that may not be prepared to face cyber...
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The Intersection of Death and Taxes in the 2020 Presidential Election

Guest post by Elizabeth Lambert Cox, attorney, Scroggin & Company, P.C. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential-candidate, Vice President Joe Biden, have strikingly different perspectives on the tax law changes...
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10 Tax Facts You Should Know But Probably Don’t

As a society, we’re not really taught much, if anything, about taxes in high school or college. My first personal experience of preparing my tax returns while working through college...
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The Ever-Changing World of Student Loans

Guest post by Financial Coach, Meagan Landress, CSLP® Due to both COVID19 relief and other long-standing Department of Education (DoE) goals, student loans have been rocked with changes this year....
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Does Location Matter When It Comes to Taxes?

Guest post by Laurie Marson, CPA, Marson Accounting, Consulting and Tax Services PLLC Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many workers were starting to enjoy the flexibility of remote work....
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Deducting Business Use of Your Vehicle

I’m often asked by small business owners how they can get the most tax benefit for using their vehicles in their businesses, and there are a few different ways to...
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How Estimated Taxes for Individuals Work

Many of our clients make estimated tax payments. Part of our job is to help them determine when to make these payments and how much to pay. What are estimated...
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Find Your Pathway to Success by Creating a Simple Plan

Guest post by Sue Groszkiewicz, Accountable for Change Living through this period of Covid-19 is creating a lot of anxiety for many people while others have a lot of extra...
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Mistakes to Avoid When Estate Planning During COVID-19

Guest post by Sarah Siedentopf, Siedentopf Law The 2020 pandemic has made many Georgians aware that preparation is essential when it comes to their health and safety. The same is...
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Paycheck Protection Program Update

New Deadline for PPP Forgiveness Additional timeline options for incurring forgivable expenses are available under the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act passed on June 5, 2020. The covered period for...
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