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Five Reasons 8 Out Of 10 Businesses Fail – Forbes

According to Bloomberg, 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months. A whopping 80% crash and burn. via Five Reasons 8 Out Of 10 Businesses Fail – Forbes. In our 60 years of combined … Continue reading

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Don’t file that extension until you read this!!!

Today is April 15th and that means that the IRS wants to hear from you by today about your taxes for 2012. Understand, your taxes are due today, just not maybe your tax return! If you believe you owe for … Continue reading

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When you look at your stock holdings and see something foreign…

Over the last few years, there have been some great investment opportunities in mutual funds whose portfolios contains investments in foreign countries. ┬áThat is why on some of your 1099-Div statements you have a line that states foreign income tax … Continue reading

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To Report or Not to Report

In January 1994, I began as an accountant in my Father’s CPA practice. As a recent graduate from Berry College, I felt it was time to put to practice what I learned and was happy to begin a career in … Continue reading

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