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Sec. 965 Transition Tax, IRS Pub 5292 and the Great Goat Rodeo

Most of the time, this blog addresses subjects of general interest to most small business owners. But this week, I want to talk about the Sec. 965 Transition Tax and about how tax accountants can use the IRS Pub 5292 worksheets to develop the information taxpayers need to report on their 2017 tax return. We […]

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Work From Home Productivity Tips To Help You Get (And Stay) Motivated

Work From Home Motivation Tips What’s appealing about most work from home opportunities (setting your hours, lack of office politics, working in PJs) can also be total motivation zappers. The lure of the couch, binge-watching TV series on Netflix or an afternoon trip to Barnes & Noble can sometimes seem infinitely more appealing than just […]

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Washington Small Business Payroll Setup Tips

You know your business needs to hire employees, and you’re already on board with using a full-service payroll provider such as Gusto, Intuit Full-Service Payroll, ADP, or Paychex. Your accountant said it would be “easy” and that the payroll service would “take care of everything for you.” But now you’re looking at the software setup […]

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Washington Estate Tax Worries? 3 Tips Save Thousands

Editor’s note: This week, attorney Raemi L. Gilkerson discusses the Washington estate tax and then the steps individuals can take to minimize this tax. Washington estate tax rates rank the highest of any state in the nation.  The tax rates range from 10 percent to 20 percent and are graduated based on the value of the estate. Washington […]

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Paper on What Would Be with Forgotten Bitcoins?

Obviously, many of us have heard the story about one American guy who has forgotten about his bitcoins on the account. And these bitcoins were bought many years ago. Consequently, the question arises: “What will happen with bitcoins in this case?” Experts from https://papercheap.co.uk say that all these phenomena are individual spheres and there is […]

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The Wisdom of Elders: Bogleheads Three Fund Portfolio

Last Thursday, Taylor Larimore sent me a copy of his new book, “The Bogleheads Guide to the Three-fund Portfolio.” Saturday morning, I read Larimore’s book. And that read prompts this short blog post. I want to provide a quick book review and then make a couple of comments about Larimore’s body of work. The Problem […]

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