Archive for April 2016

Valuation: Warren Buffett Style Investing

In the course of my work I am frequently asked to place a value on a business a client wants to sell or acquire. There are several ways to determine value in such situations. Today we are going to focus on the value of listed companies (stocks). Warren Buffett has stated most people should drop…

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Work is a Four-Letter Word; Fun is Much Better

Another tax season is in the books as I write this. After thirty years in the business I am always surprised by how much my business grows and the industry changes. This year I received a major push from Mr. Money Mustache. His blog introduced a larger world to the crazy and wacky accountant from…

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File Your Taxes With a Missing or Incorrect W-2 or K-1

As the tax deadline approaches we will discuss two problems preventing you from filing your taxes: missing or inaccurate tax documents. Some small employers forget to send W-2s preventing you from filing your taxes; other businesses may send incorrect forms. K-1s are even worse. With a K-1 you may not even know what the numbers…

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Know When Not To Do It Yourself

The DIY movement is alive and well. Taking the bull by the horns and getting a job done can save massive amounts of money. Early retirees get to their exalted status because they kept costs low. Frugal people are drawn to DIY projects like flies to honey. With so many people undertaking projects on their…

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12 High Income Part-time Seasonal Jobs

Early retirement comes faster when you have a plan. A frugal lifestyle is the first step; the second step is a high paying part-time seasonal job allowing you a retirement lifestyle with a modest amount of work to cover living expenses. Regardless your net worth, you can semi-retire at any time with the game plan…

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