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Why not use email for sensitive file transfers?

We are often tempted to just use email to send documents. It’s quick and easy. The problem is many documents contain sensitive information identity thieves would love to get their hands on. The “email as a secure file” sharing method is a contradiction in terms. Consider the following: (more…)
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How to Avoid a Big Tax Bill at the End of the Year

If mid-April usually comes with a hefty tax bill to pay, it is time to consider better options for reducing this drain to your bank account. Effective tax and accounting strategies can help minimize your tax obligations and make it easier to manage the cost of your taxes. Knowing the options available and having a…
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Top Tax Return Investments

If you expect to receive a refund this year from your tax return, this is a golden opportunity to make that money grow. Instead of spending your refund on a vacation or new big-screen TV, there are ways to invest this money to create a more secure financial future. Forego the temptation to spend this…
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How the New Tax Plan Impacts Interest Expense

This is the fifth in a series of posts aimed at analyzing the new tax laws that go into effect on January 1, 2018. There will still undoubtedly be numerous clarifications and corrections coming out over time as the IRS issues Regulations and Technical Corrections, so this is just a preliminary understanding. Businesses will now…
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