This week we’re talking about technological tools that streamline processes, automate repetitive tasks, help you manage your to-do list without losing your mind and so much more.

Technology is advancing faster than ever before. If you’ve been in business for more than 20 years, you can probably still remember magically operating without a computer, cell phone, smartwatch, or tablet at your fingertips 24/7. And if you’re like most business owners over 40, you probably have a crystal clear memory of the dial-up sound you heard every time you connected to AOL.

Today, most professionals wouldn’t dream of going anywhere without their computer, er, phone in their pocket. And many will also bring their tablet and laptop along for the ride, … Read more →

What expenses can you claim? Tax codes can be overwhelming. Navigating the always changing, always gray area of deductions can give even the most experienced tax advisors a migraine. However, if you learn how to play your deduction cards right, you’ll find yourself keeping a lot more money than you might expect. This can be especially true when it comes to medical deductions. With just a few, simple adjustments to your tax strategy, it can almost feel like the IRS is paying people to get healthy!

Here are 9 wacky medical deductions that actually worked:

Alternative medicine: The IRS approved a deduction for a Navajo healing ceremony, a series of songs and chants performed to lessen pain and break curses.… Read more →

There are a lot of reasons people decide to sell their home. From job changes to life stage transitions or just trying to get closer to family. Regardless of the reason for selling, there is a lot to consider before you move forward.

There are some huge tax benefits to selling your primary home, as well as some things that, while they aren’t benefits, are still important to keep in mind as you consider selling.

Here are 10 things you need to know before you sell your primary home:

If you sell your home at a gain, you may not have to pay taxes on the gain. If you owned and lived in your house for 2 of the last… Read more →

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