Filing for Social Security: What distribution strategy will work for you?

About 8,000 Americans reach the traditional retirement age of 65 every day, according to AARP. If you’re one of these preretirees, you have a lot of decisions to make about your retirement finances — including when you should start receiving monthly Social Security retirement benefits

5 Things Millennials Need to Know About Finances

According to surveys, only 24 percent of millennials demonstrate basic financial knowledge. There are many reasons for that lack of knowledge: Some of that information comes with life experience, and some of it is facts that would have traditionally been taught in a home economics or
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Relocating for Work? Don’t Forget the Moving Expense Tax Deduction

Did you know that if you move to take a new job, you can deduct most of the expenses on your tax return? This applies whether or not your employer is offering any relocation benefits. What Moves Count? There are three tests you must meet to be eligible to deduct moving expenses. Relat

What Does a Small Business Audit Involve?

An audit typically means you will face one or more days of interviews and a review of records. If you are facing a small business audit, organize your records and speak to your accountant. You should also talk to a tax attorney familiar with your business dealings and financial situat

When to Hire an Associate for Your Dental Practice

You are working harder than ever before, but there does not seem to be enough hours in the day to get it all done. On top of that, you are potentially thinking about calling it a career and are looking for someone to take over your practice. Is it time to bring in an associate? Overlo