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  • Follow IRS rules to avoid losing some of your 2015 charitable donation deductions

    Sharing your estate with charity by making donations during your life not only benefits your favorite organizations and reduces your taxable estate, but also can reduce your income tax bill. However, if you don’t meet IRS substantiation requirements for a donation, the IRS could deny the corresponding deduction you’re claiming. To comply, generally you must […]

  • File early to avoid tax identity theft

    If you’re like many Americans, you may not start thinking about filing your tax return until the April 15 deadline (this year, April 18) is just a few weeks — or perhaps even just a few days — away. But there’s another date you should keep in mind: January 19. That’s the date the IRS […]

  • Competitive intelligence is a strategic imperative

    All too often, the competitive efforts of many companies are internally focused. Many businesses seek to develop better products and services without knowing enough about their competition. To truly hone your competitive edge, you need to constantly ask one simple question: “What are they up to now?” And the best way to get answers is […]

  • Why investing in small-business stock may make more tax sense than ever

    By purchasing stock in certain small businesses, you can not only diversify your portfolio but also enjoy preferential tax treatment. And under a provision of the tax extenders act signed into law this past December (the PATH Act), such stock is now even more attractive from a tax perspective. 100% exclusion from gain The PATH […]

  • Direct tuition payments: An attractive option for funding your grandchild’s college education

    It’s no secret that the cost of a college education continues to soar. If you’d like to help fund your grandchild’s higher education, a simple but effective technique is to make tuition payments on behalf of him or her. So long as you make the payments directly to the college, they avoid gift and generation-skipping […]

  • 4 keys to telecommuting success

    If your company is getting aboard the telecommuting trend, consider the following four keys to success: 1. Set a trial period. Begin with a two- to six-month period during which the employee and his or her manager can get a feel for just how (and whether) this arrangement will work. If either side is unhappy […]

 

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