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What is Blockchain?

Many people have heard the term blockchain but don’t know exactly what it is.

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Could your next business loan get “ratio’d”?

We live and work in an era of big data.

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Can you claim your elderly parent as a dependent on your tax return?

Perhaps. It depends on several factors, such as your parent’s income and how much financial support you provided.

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2018 Q2 tax calendar: Key deadlines for businesses and other employers

Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the second quarter of 2018.

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Corporate culture: Rotten apples could spoil your financials

Auditors often say that the tone at the top of an organization trickles down to every level of the business.

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Home vs. away: The company retreat conundrum

When a business decides to hold a retreat for its employees, the first question to be answered usually isn’t “What’s our agenda?” or “Whom should w

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Defer tax with a Section 1031 exchange, but new limits apply this year

Normally when appreciated business assets such as real estate are sold, tax is owed on the appreciation.

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Are You Reporting Your Patronage Dividends Correctly?

For many individuals who belong to a co-op, you are probably used to receiving a 1099-PATR, and you probably give it to your accountant thinking th

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Power of attorney abuse: What you can do about it

A financial power of attorney — sometimes called a “power of attorney for property” or a “general power of attorney” — can be a valuable estate pla

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Is your nonprofit’s board providing adequate fiscal oversight?

Nonprofits don’t face the same government regulations or public scrutiny as for-profit public companies do.

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Building a sales prospect pipeline for your business

An old business adage says, “Sales is a numbers game.” In other words, the more potential buyers you face, the better your chances of making sales.

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Casualty losses can provide a 2017 deduction, but rules tighten for 2018

If you suffered damage to your home or personal property last year, you may be able to deduct these “casualty” losses on your 2017 federal income t

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