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Personal Development: Part of Your Business Plan

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You built your business from the ground up. Long nights, sweat, and blood have driven your modest business plan to a successful venture. By all metrics, you have succeeded in pursuit of the American dream but something may still feel off. You may need to form a plan for personal...
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Starting Your Startup v.2

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This week will be a continuation of last week’s blog.  Hopefully a lot of you found it helpful!  Last time, we talked about sole proprietor, limited liability companies, and S corporations.  This week, we will cover partnerships and C corporations and we’re going to have fun doing it in the process! Partnerships Partnerships...
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Starting Your Startup

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Sole Proprietor You have your idea and a plan to bring it out to the world.  What’s the next step?  One thing you can do is just follow through with your plan and get your company running.  This way, your legal structure is very simple and it’s also the easiest...
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Better Late than Never: Filing Taxes Late

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You didn’t mean for it to happen, but due to a shortage of time or money or both, you put off filing your taxes last year. Now, it’s a year later, and you don’t know what to do. The important thing is to be proactive and address your late filing...
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How to Pay No Taxes for your Rental Property

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Having multiple streams of income is certainly a huge part in financial success and rental property is a great source of cash flow.  If you have multiple properties, they can eventually be paying for each other as well as the home in which you live.  The other great thing about...
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Types of Retirement and How They Work

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With the massive amount of financial information available to us at any given time, it can be difficult to sift through and make the best choices. One of our main goals in financial planning is funding our retirement.  We know that we “should” be contributing to a retirement account, but which...
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