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There are over 74,000 pages in the Internal Revenue Code governing taxes with close to 50,000 of those pages added since 1984. If the tax code continues to grow at the same pace as it has over the course of the last century, it could surpass 100,000 pages by 2050. 

Stop and think about that for a moment.Taxation has continued to evolve into an ever winding road filled with twists, turns, changes and challenges that impact the course of our daily social and economic objectives. Whether you are an individual or business, employee or independent contractor, someone who is just starting their working career or looking forward to retirement, this blog is intended to help educate you and inspire you in to actively making smarter financial decisions. We will cover topics that make headline news and those that can go seemingly unnoticed to the general public. Why? We believe that you should be able to keep as much money as you earn because you worked hard for it. As we continue to write on various topics, feel free to reach out to us about something you want to learn about and we will make it happen.

We thank you for taking the time to be part of our ever growing family and we are looking forward to the future while taking care of the present.

~Aimee and Mark  

 

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Back in January, I wrote the President the United States on my views on our current healthcare system. Healthcare has been a troubling issue in our country, most recently, within the last few years. Speaking with many individual...

 

Monday, March 18, 2019

Fiscal Policy. Monetary Policy. We hear these phrases anytime we utilize our preferred means of digesting business

 

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

I am a major coffee drinker. My staff knows I am a major coffee drinker. It is a running joke in our office as I like to have 2 cups around the morning time and then 1 more cup in the afternoon. I don't hide the fact that I operate on...

 

Friday, December 7, 2018

Tip: How Much? Check your Social Security earnings and see an estimate of your benefits on the website, www.ssa.gov. Social Security’s been a fact of retirement life ever since it was established in 1935. We all think we know how...