Meet Robbin and Armand D’Alo, EAs and Certified Divorce Financial Analysts (CDFA™) https://oaktreemediation.com/ They are authors of F-A-C-C-T: Understanding the truth about separation and divorce. Your first steps to a better life after marriage. Kindle Edition by Armand / Robbin D’Alo (Author)
Is Your Client an INVESTOR? a TRADER? or a MARK-TO-MARKET TRADER? ~ by Nancy E Goedecke, EA ~ The Internet has spawned a new breed of investors who use their computers to execute stock trades on a daily basis. Suddenly everyone and their cousin is either an online day trader or thinking about becoming […]
When I started teaching the IRS Practice Series at CPE Link, I needed an easy way to prepare my pro-forma collections forms. It was especially important to have a tool that would integrate the most current National Standards, exclusions from assets, etc. PITBULL SOFTWARE provided me with the tools that I need. Not only do […]
Today TaxMama® wants to have a little fun while I am waiting for all my emails to download. During our Thanksgiving vacation, I had time to do some reading. Let me introduce you to Diane Kelly, a CPA and writer – and her very interesting protagonist, Tara Holloway, a rather feisty IRS Special Agent.
So you’ve spent the last month dreading the thought of doing your tax return, but the day has come and you know it’s time to get it over with. You sit down and pull up your tax sofware, and start answering questions. Name? check Address? check….Then, you run into that question that you’re unsure about. […]
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The second edition of McGraw Hill’s popular book by Eva Rosenberg is garnering a number of positive reviews and picking up awards. Silver Medal We were delighted to hear that we picked up the silver medal in the 4th annual Axiom business book awards in the Business Reference (legal, how-to, technology) category. The Axiom Business […]
Lots of people come to me, swearing they will never touch a credit card again, because they are so frustrated with the trouble they’re in. But credit cards don’t really need to be a problem. They can be quite an asset if used cleverly. With the holidays coming up, that’s a really dangerous time for […]
We returned Tuesday afternoon to find parts of the house infested with ants. And one of my computers infected with something, or it got messed up during the brown-outs when temps hit 113 here in the Valley. The computer kept shutting down every few minutes for no apparent reason. So, I lost the week trying […]
I’m horrible with numbers. So much so that I believe I’m number dyslexic, if there were such a thing? My point is that when I look at numbers my brain jumbles. Unfortunately for me that translates over into my finances, and of course, then my taxes. I have a pain. It’s a big pain. It […]
Earlier, I got caught up reading Jim Kukral’s new book – is this a great title or what? It’s really a compelling read. One of his chapters is about your target number. That’s a concept I’ve used in all my business life. How much must a project, or job, or a marketing campaign generate to […]
Today TaxMama hears from someone who will remain anonymous. She was shocked to learn that her man has been secretly abusing drugs for several years. When asked where he got the money? She admitted that he had gained access to an ATM card on an account she wasn’t watching and had depleted that account.