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Are Rental Property Investments Worthwhile? Tax Deductions

There’s no such thing easy “mailbox money” because there’s always some type of risk and work involved to achieve it, despite what a lot of real estate gurus will tout on their infomercials.  Rental property investments are no different, because like life, it’s all about the risk in what measures you’re looking to take to […]

The $10,000 Amazon Deal (Or No Deal)

Amazon recently expanded their appeal to employees regarding their Delivery Partner Service Program because they’re trying to stay ahead of the curve in delivering your packages from 2 days down to 1, refusing to give into competitors’ ability to compete for your desire to get that package even sooner than the normal wait time.  What […]

Lust for a Balance in Business Success

It’s amazing that business owners and employees feel that they can’t stop working so much because they are afraid of not succeeding, providing for their family, worrying about every little problem, but forgot how to enjoy what they’re doing. Many people have come through this to where they give up their entire life to figure out […]

Envious of Those Taxpayers Paying Pennies on the Dollar?

Not everything is what it seems, and there’s a lot of options out there that are available but not always possible because there are rules for each scenario.  Here are five such avenues. Tax Debt Under $50,000.00 For unpaid balances of less than $50,000 which include interest and penalties, there’s a streamlined installment agreement option […]

Pigs Get Fed, Hogs Get Slaughtered

Gluttony is not applicable when you look at the rules set-up when it comes to the IRS, and currently there are 74,608 pages in the U.S. Tax Code, so some may say that the tax code covers greed well enough.  However, there are many areas that cover a lot of overlap, likely some misguided or […]

Wrath Can Be Detrimental to Any Businesses Involving the IRS

Forbes.com recently reported IRS Reports Ten-Fold Increase in Tax Whistleblower Awards: $312 Million in the 2018 Fiscal Year, which amounted to over $1.441 billion in taxes, penalties and interest that were recovered.  It’s interesting that Dean Zerbe mentioned “For all the talk that fills Washington about making sure people pay their fair share…” all goes […]

The Greed of Gordon Gekko

Many people remember when Wall Street came out in 1987, and it was something that was new, exciting, and brash that so many entrepreneurs wanted to emulate because they thought that was the end all, be all, of what you needed to be in order to succeed.  No someone doesn’t need to show millions of […]

Medical Expenses and the Sloth Experience

The definition of sloth is primarily laziness and today we’re always looking for a quick that’s going to make us healthier, happier, without having the time to do it.  It’s not surprising that so many people are willing to cut corners then by counting everything as a medical expense on their tax return which leaves […]

Where’s the Pride in that IRS Check You Wrote?

The definition of pride is a sense of feeling of pleasure and satisfaction from your own achievements or those accomplished from around you.  Parents often feel that with their children, employers feel that with their employees, pet owners feel it with their furry household members.  Everyone has felt it at once in their life, and […]

Partnerships Are Just Like a Marriage

Numerous people have asked me if I’m married or had been over the years, and the answer has always been no and for a good reason – it’s hard to find the right partner that can be compromising, a ride or die companion, as well as it’s someone I’m just not willing to settle for […]