Mid- Year Must Dos

Mid- Year Must Dos

As hard as it is to believe, the year is already more than half over. Although the April tax deadline was just a few short months ago, the reality is it’s time to start thinking about your 2018 taxes—especially now that tax reform changes are going into effect. Plus, if you spend some time on tax and business planning now, it can really pay off next April. In addition, taking stock of where your business is at this point during the year can help you determine any changes required to reach your current and future goals. read...
What is Your Spending Persona?

What is Your Spending Persona?

A lot of us see ourselves as rational decision makers when it comes to spending money. But the truth is that many of us have emotional attachments to how much we spend—and what we spend our money on. So what is your spending persona? Check out these motivations related to spending money from savingadvice.com to find out. The Happiness Seeker You make purchases with the belief that doing so will improve your life. While the purchase itself may give you some instant pleasure, the feeling of happiness doesn’t last long. The result is that you end up having to purchase something else to find more “happiness.” read...
A Pain in the Office: Ergonomic Tips to Avoid it

A Pain in the Office: Ergonomic Tips to Avoid it

Neck and back pain, eye strain, carpal tunnel syndrome and other aches and pains can take a toll on your productivity while also raising the costs of healthcare for your staff and your company. Fortunately, help is here with these ergonomic tips from Ergonomics Plus. Top TEN Office Ergonomic Tips 1. Support the weight of your arms when seated to avoid stressing the muscles of your neck and shoulders. 2. Keep the weight of your head directly above your neck and avoid pushing your head and neck forward. read...
Summer Tax Tips For Your Family

Summer Tax Tips For Your Family

When school’s out for the summer, it often means a change in your family’s schedule. Whether the kids are off to summer camp, or you decide to combine work travel with a family vacation, there are plenty of tax deductions to be had. We cover them below: Summer day camp or day care Your kids may be as free as birds at this time of year, but few working parents have the luxury of being able to hang out at home with them all summer. This means you have to pay for someone else to look out for them while you’re at your place of business. To help you out, the IRS offers a tax break for qualified child care expenses. To determine if you can claim the Child and Dependent Care Credit, consider these criteria: read...
The Sauce is BOSS

The Sauce is BOSS

While barbecue is a food genre in its own right, there’s nothing that says summer quite like meat hot off the grill or straight out of the smoker. What you serve your meat with is up to you, but Thrillist.comhas some specific sauce recommendations here. We’ve rounded up these tips to help you augment your meat with the perfect sauce. Alabama White Sauce Alabama barbecue legend Big Bob Gibson created this mayo-based dip for the hickory-smoked chicken he started serving in 1925. It’s a thin sauce made of mayonnaise, vinegar, apple juice, lemon, salt, pepper, garlic powder and cayenne. There are also variations that use horseradish. BEST FOR: Smoked chicken, turkey and as a dressing on coleslaw. read...

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