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Year-End Tax Planning Tips for Individuals and Businesses - Dec. 01, 2021

Year-End Tax Planning Tips for Individuals and BusinessesHere we are again, nearing the end of another year. While the tax deadline for 2021 isn’t until April 2022, now is the time to plan and make some strategic moves to optimize your tax situation. Below we’ll look at some tax planning ideas for both small businesses and individuals. Business Tax Planning Business owners […] read more

How Businesses Can Recognize and Combat Employee Burnout - Dec. 01, 2021

How Businesses Can Recognize and Combat Employee BurnoutAccording to the job site Indeed, COVID-19 has taken a toll on workers even more in 2021, compared to 2020. The survey conducted by Indeed found that 52 percent of those surveyed felt “burned out” in 2021. Sixty-seven percent of those asked said that feeling burned out has become more pronounced as COVID-19 has progressed. […] read more

Venture Capitalism and 'Unicorns' - Dec. 01, 2021

Venture Capitalism and 'Unicorns'Venture capitalism comes from an investor who offers money to start-up companies in exchange for an equity stake – much like you see on the ABC television show, Shark Tank. As a general rule, a venture capitalist (VC) invests after the new venture is up and running and looking for additional capital to further commercialize […] read more

5 Affordable Ways to Share the Holiday Spirit - Dec. 01, 2021

5 Affordable Ways to Share the Holiday SpiritThe holidays are a season of giving. While much of this involves financial expenditures, you can also give in ways that are more affordable and may hold more meaning. Here are some suggestions about how you can engage in acts of generosity and return to what the season is all about. Cook Food Nothing nourishes […] read more

Potential New Tax on Stock Buybacks and What it Could Mean for the Financial Markets - Nov. 01, 2021

Potential New Tax on Stock Buybacks and What it Could Mean for the Financial MarketsPresident Biden’s latest spending bill could result in a new tax on corporate stock buybacks. In its most recent incarnation, the Senate version of the plan includes a 2 percent excise tax on stock buybacks. Still, this isn’t enough for many critics of stock buybacks, who claim they incentivize short-term behavior in lieu of long-term […] read more