Monthly Archives: November 2011

Year-End Tax Planning

A year-end tax planning meeting with your CPA can keep you informed of your year-end tax situation for cash flow purposes. Know how to not overpay your taxes. You can also avoid potential penalties. Year-end tax planning recommendations can frequently pay for itself.

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Education Tax Deductions, Part II

Here is a brief overview of two deductions and how they can be a real benefit to help ease the burden of higher education costs.

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Education Tax Deductions, Part I

With the current weak economic conditions, many people are considering additional education to refresh skills or acquire new ones. This week we have more to discuss on tax breaks that may be available to you if you are going back to school.

Here is a brief overview of two deductions and how they can be a real benefit to help ease the burden of higher education costs.

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Education Tax Credits, Part II

Here is a brief overview of the Lifetime Learning Credit and how it can be a real benefit to help ease the burden of higher education costs. Continue reading

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Education Tax Credits, Part I

Here is a brief overview of the American Opportunity Tax Credit and how it can be a real benefit to help ease the burden of higher education costs. Continue reading

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