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IBBTTM: How to Treat Your Business Ideas

We use a process in our business called IBBTTM.  This method has proven to be very effective as far as to treating your business ideas.  Your job as an entrepreneur/business person is to take an idea and turn them into something … Continue reading

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What your tax preparer should be

Things change.  And when things change, other things should change as well.  Years ago water was free, television was free, mortgages were simple, college was fairly priced, employers valued their employees and the list goes on.  All of that has … Continue reading

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Tax Changes For Your 2012 Tax Return

Tax changes inevitably occur from year to year. These can range from minor adjustments to the complete elimination of various tax provisions. The Internal Revenue Service has released information on a number of tax changes for the 2012 tax year. … Continue reading

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Your 2013 Expert Personal Finance Plan

Here it is ladies and gentlemen, your 2013 Expert Personal Financial Plan.  Please watch closely, there are two very important steps to pay attention to. First, take how much money you make Second, Spend less The End.  Stay tuned for … Continue reading

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Kids Saving Money

I was very fortunate growing up as a kid.  At five years old my Mom would bring me to our local bank, back then, Shawmut Bank in the city of Boston. I had a passbook, with about $20 in it … Continue reading

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How much do you spend on coffee

Coffee is an interesting sport.  Millions of people drink it all across the world.  Sometimes one cup a day, two, three, four, certain brands etc.  The average American who drinks coffee drinks approximately 3.1 cups per day, according to the … Continue reading

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Retirement, what to do, what not to do, and rollovers

Start early (or just start), stay consistent and never withdraw from you IRA, 401k or 403b.  If you have to withdraw, there are certain things you can do to avoid penalties.  Retirement is a tricky place today.  My opinion is … Continue reading

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