Planned Gifts Hold Tremendous Promise

Planned Gifts Hold Tremendous Promise

Is your organization pursuing planned gifts? It should be. Research suggests that the average planned gift in the United States falls between $35,000 and $70,000 — and the amount may increase with more Baby Boomers moving into retirement. Yet many nonprofits,...

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Understanding Wayfair and Its Impact on Your Business

Understanding Wayfair and Its Impact on Your Business

You’ve probably heard the word whispered at the water cooler … Wayfair. You weren’t quite sure what it meant, but it filled you with an unnamed dread. We’d like to demystify the new law and help you understand how it might impact your business. Background Since taxes...

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Don’t Use That Bluetooth!

Don’t Use That Bluetooth!

Well, you can use it, but you have to be careful. Did you know that by connecting your phone to a car via Bluetooth, the car’s system saves all of your addresses, text messages, internet search history and account information, like bank transactions? That’s right....

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Hiring Seasonal Workers

Hiring Seasonal Workers

Nearly 600,000 people will take on holiday seasonal jobs this year, predicts the National Retail Federation (NRF). The usual pressure to bring them in the door, compounded by today's low unemployment environment, could be a recipe for trouble. So, it's important to...

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Estate Planning Isn’t Just for the Rich and Famous

Estate Planning Isn’t Just for the Rich and Famous

Nearly everyone should consider updating his or her estate plan. This is smart advice even if you're not currently exposed to the federal estate tax. Year end can be a convenient time to reflect on major life changes and plan for the future, including devising...

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Get to Know Mark Wheeler, Hantzmon Wiebel Manager

Get to Know Mark Wheeler, Hantzmon Wiebel Manager

Artifacts from all over the world and handmade wooden pieces adorn Mark Wheeler's office and reflect his interests. Mark majored in history at Saint Lawrence College in Upstate New York and has traveled and lived all over the world. His dad was a professor at...

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Don’t Charge Your Phone There!

Don’t Charge Your Phone There!

It’s easy to think that charging your phone at a convenient, free, charging station is safe. It’s not. In fact, cybercriminals are hoping you will let your guard down and plug in. When you use a kiosk charging station in a public place, you could be compromising...

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How to Reduce the Tax Hit on Soon-to-Be-Developed Land

How to Reduce the Tax Hit on Soon-to-Be-Developed Land

In many places, real estate prices are soaring. That's good news for owners of undeveloped land in those areas. But if they decide to subdivide and develop highly appreciated property, it could trigger a whopping income tax bill. Fortunately, there's a way to reduce...

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Year-End Tax Planning Moves for Small Businesses

Year-End Tax Planning Moves for Small Businesses

It's hard to believe 2019 is almost over! It's been a busy year in many sectors, often forcing small business owners to put tax planning on the back burner while they've tended to daily business operations. But procrastinate no longer. Consider the following moves to...

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