5 Financial Tips for New College Graduates

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2019! As soon as a new graduate switches his or her tassel to the other side of the cap, it's time to plan for the future — and there's more to do than finding a good-paying job. Smart financial planning in the first few...

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Exploring the Cashless Movement in Retail

Cash as a form of legal tender isn't yet as obsolete as 8-track tapes and VCRs. But it's definitely less popular with certain demographic groups than others. Only 30 percent of all retail transactions were completed using cash in 2018, down from 40 percent in 2012,...

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5 Last-Minute Ideas to Lower Your 2018 Taxes

It's almost Tax Day! But don't despair; there still may be time to make some moves that will save taxes for your 2018 tax year. Here are five tax-saving ideas to consider. 1. Choose to Deduct State and Local Sales Taxes If you live in a jurisdiction with low or no...

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Deduction or Capitalization?

The new law has an impact on many aspects of tax filings this year. The decision to capitalize certain expenses that were deducted in prior years is a decision that may have more of a tax impact for 2018. With the $10,000 state and local tax deduction limitation, and...

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New Guidance on the New Deductions from the IRS

The IRS recently issued guidance on the new deduction for up to 20% of qualified business income (QBI) from pass-through entities under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). It aims to clarify when the QBI deduction is available for income from rental real estate...

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