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The History of the United States Tax Law

June 30, 2017

With the Independence Day holiday quickly approaching (can you believe it’s already July!), I wanted to switch things up a bit this week.  As we all aware, the current administration is looking to make a major overhaul to the tax code this year.  Although I have researched the history of the tax law changes in…

Setting up Your Accounting System

June 23, 2017

At long last, the NBA draft is only two days away!  For quite some time, I was planning out different scenarios for who the Celtics and Lakers would take at #1 and #2 and then who the Sixers would be left to choose from at #3.  Over the weekend, everything changed as the Sixers traded…

Avoid Piercing the Corporate Veil

June 15, 2017

Well, I ended up being right about the Cavaliers not having enough fire power to beat the Warriors.  The Warriors beat the Cavs last night to wrap up the NBA finals.  Now we to wait a long four months before next season.  Most likely the Warriors will be the favorites to win again unless the…

How to Form an Entity

June 8, 2017

The Warriors came back to beat the Cavaliers last night in Cleveland to take a commanding 3-0 series lead in the NBA finals.  No team has ever come back from this large of a deficit to win the finals so this series is pretty much over at this point.  Yes, I know LeBron brought the…

Managing Your Business’ Cash Flow

May 24, 2017

The NBA draft has come and gone and the Sixers ended up with the #3 overall pick.  Unfortunately, the Lakers ended up landing the #2 overall pick so that meant we weren’t able to take their draft pick this year.  In any case, the #3 pick leads to a plethora of opportunities for the Sixers. …

Business Entity Choice

May 17, 2017

So far the NBA playoffs have been a let-down. Most games, with an exception of a few of them, have been blow-outs. I do have to say I am quite surprised that the defending champion Cavaliers have won all of their games. Yes, I know the Eastern Conference is very weak overall. However, throughout the…

Thank You

May 4, 2017

Filling You In As you may be aware I am getting married in a few short weeks. I’ll be taking a break for a little while in order to focus more of myself on my wedding. We will pick back up in early June. I love putting 100% of myself into the posts that I…

Trump’s Plans For Tax Reform

May 3, 2017

he NFL draft came and went this past weekend in Philadelphia. The fan’s energy on Thursday night was amazing and, to me, the draft was much more entertaining because of it. The opening minutes of the draft saw a trade between the Bears and 49ers. The Bears traded multiple mid-draft picks to move up one…

Date, Before You Marry

April 27, 2017

Catching Up I hope you enjoyed my interview last week with John Basedow. He is a successful entrepreneur that we can all learn something from. However, this week I want to dive back into the My Journey series. So, I’ll be getting married in 3 short weeks. With such a monumental date quickly approaching I…

The Importance of Communication

April 26, 2017

Tax season is finally over and now myself and my fellow colleagues can get back to living again.  For me, it usually takes me a few weeks to fully “recover” from the craziness though.  Luckily while this happens the second-best time of the year for professional sports is happening (#1 of course is the start…

My Interview With John Basedow

April 20, 2017

This week on the blog I get the pleasure of interviewing John Basedow. John is a TV and Internet personality, news reporter, model, author and motivational speaker. He is the creator of the best-selling Fitness Made Simple video series that has helped to improve the bodies and lives of thousands of men and women across…

My Marketing Experience: What Works and What Doesn’t

April 13, 2017

Last week I discussed how I began to enter into the world of marketing. As promised, this week I will touch on a few specific marketing strategies that I have tried in the past. As a disclaimer, just because something worked for me doesn’t directly mean it will work for you. Every company is different…