Bloggers often miss many opportunities when organizing their taxes. Writing on a regular schedule occupies a large part of the creative artist’s time. Taxes frequently become an afterthought.
Over the last two year several bloggers have approached me to review their tax situation.Read More
Stick around to the end and learn how you can get your hands on a share of $1,000 being given away by The Wealthy Accountant. There is an ancient story told by the Kikuyu people of Kenya about a scorpion at the edge of a river wanting to cross. The water was too deep…Read More
I was contacted recently by an old acquaintance. Brad is a reader of this blog and started to take exception to my style of writing. He felt any idiot could write a blog and I can assure you any idiot is writing this one. He felt it beneath a CPA to write what I do…Read More
At one time or another everyone has experienced the desire to do more things that interest them. It might be traveling the world or trying multiple sports or musical instruments. A few people, prodigies, manage to conquer several musical instruments at once.
In business we see Elon Musk tackling business after business with endless energy. Small business owners are lulled into a false sense of ability when they try to multitask at the same level.Read More
Google has a neat feature called Alerts. This feature allows you to get a daily update on any topic you desire. The setup process is so simple even an accountant like me can do it without a problem. Once set up Google scans the internet, news and social media for mentions of your selected topic/s.…Read More
The IRS was nice enough to tell us yesterday when they’ll open tax season this year: Business returns January 8th and January 29th for individuals. Talking about tax season, things have been exciting around the office this week as a year of planning is nearly complete. Finding qualified tax professionals locally is impossible in my…Read More
Plenty has been written about the recent tax bill. Most news reports repeat the same information. I want to expand on what is widely known to include some lesser opportunities to reduce taxes and pitfalls most people (and many tax professionals) are unaware of. This post will cover a wide variety of tax issues that…Read More
2017 was one heck of a year. Business was good, investments were good, personal life was awesome. The good news never seemed to stop. Many people like to make New Year’s resolutions. Not me. I forgo the whole ritual. Instead, I plan all year round. When an idea strikes I write it down. It’s a…Read More