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  • How can an estate be kept vital after death?

    When a loved one passes away, you might think that the options for his or her estate plan have also been laid to rest. But that isn’t necessarily the case.

  • 4 ways to reduce volunteer risk

    Most not-for-profits regard their volunteers as invaluable assets. After all, if it weren’t for your volunteers’ dedication and commitment, your organization might have stalled out a long time ago. It certainly wouldn’t have accomplished as many successes!

  • Identifying and avoiding business valuation pitfalls

    Do-it-yourself business valuations and the use of unqualified financial experts can increase the odds of making an error, misstatement or erroneous deviation from customary valuation practice.

  • Moving Mom or Dad into a nursing home? 5 potential tax implications

    More than a million Americans live in nursing homes, according to various reports. If you have a parent entering one, you’re probably not thinking about taxes. But there may be tax consequences. Let’s take a look at five possible tax breaks. 1. Long-term medical care

  • The time to make health care decisions is when you’re healthy

    When it comes to estate planning, your ultimate goal likely is to provide for your family after your death. To achieve this goal, consider placing assets in an irrevocable trust to protect against creditors and drafting a will to clearly state who gets what.

  • Nonprofits: Special events call for tax planning

    Tax reporting may be the last thing on your mind when planning a special fundraising event. But your not-for-profit should carefully track revenues and expenses and retain related documentation now to facilitate the reporting process later. Pay attention to the following issues.

  • Improving your company’s sales pipeline management

    “It’s in the pipeline!” Business owners often hear this rather vague phrase, which may be good news in some cases or code for “don’t hold your breath” in others.

  • Retirement account catch-up contributions can add up

    If you’re age 50 or older, you can probably make extra “catch-up” contributions to your tax-favored retirement account(s). It is worth the trouble? Yes! Here are the rules of the road.The deal with IRAs

  • What you should know about the chart of accounts in QuickBooks Online

    The Chart of Accounts works in the background of QuickBooks Online as a critical element. In this article, we will help you understand the role and importance of the Chart of Accounts.

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