Posts from December, 2014

  • Rising Costs in 2015 Your guide to goods and services expected to increase in price in 2015. Abraham Lincoln once said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” Budgeting and being organized with your money is the foundation for creating more money. This year, 2015 brings with it ... Continue Reading
  • Filing Taxes After a Divorce For most newly divorced people, doing taxes the following year after the divorce brings up important questions that can be stressful. Here’s what you need to know to successfully make the transition. Taxes can be complicated after a divorce due to the divvying up of assets ... Continue Reading
  • An Exhaustive Checklist to Start Prepping for Taxes Today April 15th will be here before you know it. Getting prepared today will set you up for the most peace of mind and give you the best chance towards keeping all the money you’re entitled to for the past tax year. This exhaustive checklist will get you prepared to meet April ... Continue Reading
  • Common Bookkeeping Considerations for New Business Owners Most people starting a business start the business because they are good at providing the product or service they are selling. Bookkeeping is usually an afterthought but yet, a realized necessity to be able to provide the goods and services they wish to sell. Here are the ... Continue Reading