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Receipts and You: The Answers on Saving Your Records for Home and Small Biz

Filed under: Budgeting, Family Finance
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May 21, 2010

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Owners of small and home-based businesses have a lot of issues to keep up with, and one of the ones that’s surrounded by confusion is the issue of keeping old financial records, especially receipts.

Some people swear by keeping each and every receipt.

Others consider the never-ending and always-expanding file of paperwork to be more a burden than a help when dealing with finances.

In this post, we’ll break down the basic facts for keeping your receipts and other major records. (more…)

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Don’t Understand the Tax Code? You’re Not Alone

Filed under: Family Finance
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April 16, 2010
Feeling a little tax pressure? You're not alone.

Feeling a little tax pressure? You're not alone.
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It’s April 16th and taxpayers around the U.S. are breathing a collective sigh of relief as Tax Day has come and gone for another year — at least, that’s the reaction among those not scrambling to file extensions and deal with last minute IRS complications. If you feel overwhelmed, you’re not alone. One of the best reasons to seek help from an independent financial advisor is that although 90% of Americans file taxes, it can be argued that no one really understands the tax code. (more…)

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