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Equifax Data Breach and What You Should Know

On September 7, Equifax Inc. announced they had been hacked and as a result over 143 million Americans could be affected. They waited roughly 2 months to get this information to the public-Strike 1 Equifax. This incident occurred between May-June 2017, at which time the hackers were able to access not only credit card numbers, but social security […]

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Why should I outsource bookkeeping and/or payroll for my business?

As a business owner, you may often think you need to do it all in order to understand your business.  However, your biggest priority is most likely to generate income so your company stays afloat and grows. Oftentimes, day to day office tasks can bog owners down, taking valuable time away from working on their business. Outsourcing bookkeeping […]

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My Kids are Back In School and I Have Extra Money in My Checking Account- Now What? by Kim Paul

Can you believe it? Summer is over, school is back in session and once again our checking accounts can breathe because we’re no longer paying for daycare for the kids. Now what? Well, there are 3 very good options as to what to do with those extra funds. #1. Take that extra money and build […]

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Break-even or Larger Refund – Should You Adjust Your Withholding?

Are you someone who strives to break-even at tax time so you have more money each check? Or are you someone who likes getting the larger refund? Some individuals have a hard time saving throughout the year so they choose to have more tax withheld.  In doing this they feel they can use the larger refund for […]

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Creating A Budget If You Are A Military Family

If you are in the military or are a military spouse you may find managing your finances to be a bit of a challenge. Being in the military has many different financial dimensions that those in civilian life don’t have.  You have to consider housing pay, hazardous duty pay, pay increases due to time in service, […]

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