As the clock ticks down to a New Year, consider some business-smart ways to save on your 2017 tax bill.
While small business owners and sole proprietors typically zero in on how to reduce their tax liabilities at year-end, it’s easy to overlook tax-advantaged vehicles that can serve a dual purpose.
Choosing a benefit package that is attractive to employees of every age is often challenging, and even more so when an employer has an older workforce. Through 2024, the average annual growth rate of workers 55 years and older is expected to be more than 3 times the rate of the overall labor force.
Creating an estate strategy is, for most people, more about where you live than federal tax law.
This month's Q & A discusses Disability Income Insurance, and how investing into your company's stock affects one's 401(k) diversification goals.
This month's Client Profile discusses Denise, who is nearing 65 and is wondering whether she should sign up for Medicare.
The Small Business Administration recently shuffled the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) definition of industries. How might this affect you?
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