How to Get Your Marriage Off to a Good Financial Start

Don’t say “I do” until you’ve said a lot more to your spouse about finances. Here’s a helpful guideline.

The average refund is nearly $3,000 and takes about three weeks to arrive. Track its progress at www.irs.gov/refunds.

The average refund is nearly $3,000 and takes about three weeks to arrive. Track its progress at www.irs.gov/refunds.

Your 2017 Refund Check Is Coming. Watch Out!

Tax Day has passed, which means you’re likely waiting for your refund to arrive. This typically takes about three weeks if you filed electronically. Keep in mind that now is the time scammers try to steal tax refunds from taxpayers. They often do this by
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May 15 is the deadline for calendar year-end nonprofit organizations to file annual information reports (such as Form 990) for 2017.

May 15 is the deadline for calendar year-end nonprofit organizations to file annual information reports (such as Form 990) for 2017.

While new Roth IRA conversions can’t be undone, you can still undo those made in 2017 up until Oct. 15. Call us for details 5734991990

Want a Successful Business? Delegate!

Even though delegating work may seem like a no-brainer, it’s often not the first idea that comes to mind when you’re contemplating how to get things done at work. Learn more about how it truly is one of the best approaches.

Three-fourths of tax filers get a refund every year. Last year’s average check weighed in at $2,895. Have a plan to use your refund well!

Fraud Victims Receive FTC Refund Money

The Federal Trade Commission is sending refund checks totaling more than $7.2 million to victims who bought “buy-one-get-one-free” products marketed by the Allstar Marketing Group LLC. The company pitched confusing offers that didn’t disclose the full cost of products like Snuggies and the Magic Mesh
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Calculating quarterly estimated taxes in 2018 gets trickier due to tax cuts. Call us for help, and try the IRS calculator

The IRS says about $1.1 billion in unclaimed federal tax refunds may be waiting for taxpayers who didn’t file 2014 federal tax returns