Monthly Archives: September 2013

Who Gets Your IRA

The designated beneficiary listed on your IRA account beneficiary form determines who gets your IRA. This is true even if your will or trust names different beneficiaries. You may have filled out that beneficiary form long ago and no longer … Continue reading

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Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Employee Notification Requirement

Article Highlights Employers must give employees health care notification Affects employers with one or more employees and a gross income of $500,000 or more Notices due October 1, 2013 New Employees must be notified within 14 days Beginning October 1, … Continue reading

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5 Fall Projects to Refresh Your Financial Results

As we move into the fall season and the final quarter of the year, it’s a perfect time to commit to a project in your business that will help you reach the year’s end in better shape.  Here are five … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Rev Up Your Referrals

In the vast majority of industries, referrals are the most cost-effective way to gain new clients and grow your business.  When you attract new clients through referrals, your marketing costs are lower, your selling process is easier and more effective, … Continue reading

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Partnership, S-Corp and Trust Extensions End September 16

    ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS September 16 is the extended due date for partnership, S-corporation, and fiduciary income tax returns. Late-filing penalty for partnerships and S-corporations is $195 times the number of partners or shareholders during any part of the taxable year, … Continue reading

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