If you own rental property and receive rental income, there are certain expenses that you may qualify to deduct on your tax returns. Navigating the new tax laws and changes is particularly important for real estate investors. Emerald Financial Partners
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If you've been married, you know that there is a big difference between the "wedding show" and the real work of being married. One of the best pieces of advice I've seen for newlyweds is to put just as much
Is Your Business Ready for a Strong 2nd Half?
Did you see or hear about the US Women's National Team defeating the Dutch with a strong second half and bringing home their 4th World Cup Championship? It was undoubtedly an exciting game! And it’s a great reminder that the
Why Small Business Owners Need an Accountant
Today’s small business environment is an ever-changing dynamic. But, before your business gets up and running, you should seriously consider consulting with a reputable accountant to protect and guide your business endeavors. Here are a few reasons why.
3 Tips for A Foundation of Financial Wealth and Healthy Personal Finances
Are you frugal? Do you spend at will? No matter where you fall on the spectrum, there are a few ways you can direct your cash flow so that you can build a healthy foundation for financial wealth benefit for
KPI’s for Your Business
If you are involved in making decisions for your business' growth, then you know: it's a numbers game and KPI's (Key Performance Indicators) are one great place to start! KPI's are performance metrics that measure specific goals for businesses across
3 Steps Toward A Better Business Budget
It's amazing -- and scary -- how many businesses operate without a true budget. Cash flow becomes their only barometer, and that often doesn't include an accurate picture of ongoing growth, or the health of a business. One of the
Do You Have a Second Office in the Home?
In today’s virtual world, home offices are becoming the norm. Many professionals are creating a hybrid work environment, splitting time between the office and home office. Here are some tips when the Second Office in the Home Is a Principal
What happens if you haven’t received a W-2 yet?
Word on the tax professional "street" is that tax filing numbers are down across the board so far. It seems that many taxpayers are a little skittish about all of the changes this year. And some folks are seeing lower
What Gig Economy Workers Should Know About Taxes and the IRS
Are you part of the gig economy? According to WhatIs.com, the "gig economy is a free market system in which temporary positions are common and organizations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements. The trend toward a gig economy