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Payroll tax audits.

News you can use: Every so often I publish some interesting developments in the tax area. Outside payroll firms and/or the firms that hire them are responsible for payroll taxes. Sadly, sometimes these firms abscond with the money leaving their clients having to pay these payroll taxes. So what do you do? If your firm...Read More

Lifetime mistakes in wealth building

Lifetime mistakes by people trying to build wealth: Some of the biggest lifetime regrets are: 1. not taking enough time off to experience life. 2. Not having spent enough time for family. 3. Defining self worth by networth. 4. Mishandling personal relationships due to stress and lack of time. Yes, I know life can be...Read More
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Avoid “Kill the Messenger” Syndrome

Always take responsibility for your mistakes and avoid “kill the messenger” syndrome at all costs. You might be asking what is “kill the messenger” syndrome? Good question. Sometimes folks make clear financial errors,which are pointed out by friends. Yet these same folks get mad at the messenger. Always try to avoid this. A good example...Read More

Borrowing on Your Life Insurance

Life insurance cash value: I just came across a chilling case that reminded me of why I don’t like permanent life insurance. Mr. Brown, an attorney, was told that he should have whole life. He could pay a few years of premiums and borrow the rest. The borrowing would be tax free and used to...Read More

Deducting vacations for both US and Canadians

Deducting “vacations”: Normally vacations aren’t deductible,but if you can do sufficient daily work, the daily living expenses are deductible. You are on business travel whenever you are sleeping away from home overnight conducting business. The key is that your primary purpose of the trip is for business. Thus, if your primary business is to have...Read More