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Maintaining Tax-Exempt Status

For charities, membership groups, and other types of non-profits, tax-exempt status is often an organization’s most valuable asset. Losing its tax-exempt status could cause the profits of a membership group...
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Tax planning in a down year

Maybe it’s all the talk of a recession, but as I’ve been working through tax projections with clients this summer, I’ve been thinking a lot about how tax planning can...
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Financial Planning is More Than Managing Investments

As you’ve likely noticed, I hold a designation in financial planning in addition to a CPA license. Although I stick to the realm of taxes in my work, having a...
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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes, Part 2

This is the second in this two-article series. Click here to read the first one. Working with a CPA With all the tax considerations of being an executor, it’s a...
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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes

This is the first of two articles on this topic.  Administering an estate can be a daunting and tiring task. It’s likely something you’ve not done before and may never...

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How Does Your CPA Measure Up?

Accounting professionals offer a wide range of services, and the way they deliver those services varies just as dramatically. Taxes and financial decisions can be intimidating under the best of...
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Choosing the Best CPA to Meet Your Needs

Choosing an accountant involves a number of steps to ensure the right match. The process often starts with referrals from friends and colleagues, but it shouldn’t stop there. Whatever your...
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