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I want to share more information on the FREE weekend getaway.I want to digress for just a moment and discuss  traditional IRA'a.  I sure most of you know how traditional IRA's work.Just to refresh your memory, a traditional IRA , (Individual Retirement Account) in the USA permits any investment e...
12/15/2019
This is a short week due to Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, November 28, 2019.  Take some time to think about what you want out of life.  Suppose I told you I went on absolutely FANTASTIC weekend get away last week.  It's an exclusive hotel on Miami Beach, FL.    The minute you enter the doorway, y...
11/26/2019
Every year, my married clients ask me if they should file a joint return or file separately.  The best option is generally to file a joint return.  Of course you have to BE legally married.  For tax purposes, you are considered married if you were married on the last day of the year, even if  you...
11/06/2019
     Good afternoon all.  I was in North Carolina last week to meet my new granddaughter!  My daughter, son in law and new granddaughter are all doing well!!      While traveling , I usually hand out my business cards when I strike up a conservation with my seat neighbors.  This one particular se...
10/20/2019
I am sure you have heard the late-night commercials on TV, radio and even the internet whereby you can SOLVE your IRS TAX debt for pennies on the dollar.  This, of course, is not entirely true!The IRS Fresh Start Program is designed to permit you, the taxpayer, to pay off  a large tax debt  over ...
09/29/2019
The story is the same: your financial resources are TIGHT.  Therefore, you do DECIDE not to file your your tax return; OR you file the return but can't pay the balance due.  You tell yourself  NOT to worry about it as you WILL get that better job next year!!  Fast forward three years later and yo...
09/29/2019
As the deadline for filing Form 1040 for 12/31/18 is approaching, (October 15, 2019)  I am sure that most of you have already filed your return and paid the tax.  What happens if you have not filed the return for December 31, 2018. I can give you some free advice:  file the darn return!  If you d...
09/19/2019
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