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9 Killer Tax Saving Tips for the End of the Year: Part 2

November 28, 2014

In our last installment we gave you 3 tips to implement for the end of the year.  So how did you do?  Have you adjusted your withholding, contributed to a savings plan, or contributed to charity?  Don’t fret however, there is still time to implement those strategies and we’ve added three more. Here are 3 […]

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9 Killer Tax Saving Tips for the End of the Year: Part 1

November 5, 2014

Are you a procrastinator when it comes to tax planning? Don’t fret, even the most organized people tend to put off properly planning for that inevitable yearly tax bill. But trust me, it rarely pays to put off such an important task. Remember most tax-smart strategies take time to implement and come with a strict […]

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Changing your perspective – What’s your view?

June 5, 2014

The first half of 2014 is here already and we are going into the summer, which is beach time and vacations.  I’m so excited, I can not wait!  As I look back over the past year and all that has taken place, I’m reminded once again that time waits for no one!!!  My Son is […]

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Feeling the Fear – But Doing it Anyway

February 27, 2014

I’ve attended a few seminars since the beginning of the year and the recurring theme among them all is to NOT TO PUT OFF YOUR VISION AND DREAMS.  Doing so will only continue to delay your OPTIMAL life!! We will always have those feelings that will arise when we are thinking about stepping out of […]

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Maryland Retirement Planning

October 13, 2013

  Many people have a very idealistic view of retirement, and unfortunately, Maryland retirement planning is no different. Many Maryland residents fail to take the time to begin planning for this stage in their life. It is easy to dream about all the exciting things that you can do when you retire. However, it is essential to […]

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Maryland CPA

June 26, 2013

Call On A Maryland CPA There is a common impression that only large businesses routinely need a CPA. Individuals and small enterprises carry on with the accounting side of their life. Routine forms and procedures deliver a feeling of confidence regarded the streamlined comfort zone of easy taxes and balancing the checkbook. Let the government […]

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