If you have your money professionally managed, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act took away the itemized deduction you took for those management fees. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how you can profit from your business, minimize your capital gains, and benefit a charity by creating a charitable trust. Read the Article This article is for demonstrative and academic purposes and is meant to provide valuable background information on particular investments, NOT a recommendation to buy.…
We tease that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was the employment act for accountants…it’s funny because it’s true, especially when it comes to choosing your accounting method for businesses. Find out why in this week’s Business Tip.
Making one debt payment instead of many may help you keep your debt under better control, but you may end up paying more in interest over time. We explain in this Question of the Week.
Now that the fog of 2017’s taxes are behind you, did you talk to your C.P.A. about 2018? Some significant rules have changed, especially itemized deductions. Better take a look at your taxes now! We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
IRAs were meant to fund your retirement, so the IRS penalizes you if you withdraw from your account prior to age 59½. Learn the details in this week’s Financial Tip.
You might just think invoices are so you can get paid, but your accounting forms also contribute to your business’s image. We explain how you can personalize them in this QuickBooks Tip.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains the may options of group health care coverage.Recent graduates who are accepting jobs might think that they’ve got an easy ride since their new employer offers a group health plan. Truth is, navigating the options in group health plans can be complicated. Read the Article This…
When investors think of stocks, they often think of them increasing or decreasing in price. However, some companies share their earnings with shareholders in the form of dividends. Read all about it in this week’s Question of the Week.