I worked my way through college. Having a part-time job and working a lot of hours wasn’t fun, especially during mid-terms, finals, and summer breaks. But, thankfully, I was able to graduate without any student loan.
To our friends who are tax and estate planning professionals,
I hope you're enjoying the summer -- and staying cool and healthy. Here is a list of articles that caught my eye recently. I hope you find them interesting and helpful to your practice as well.
I was shocked to hear my friend blurt this out over dinner. From the outside, his life seemed picture-perfect, as good as it gets for this middle-aged man – or anyone at any age.
For years I’ve been telling whoever would listen to think twice before signing up for Medicare Advantage which you can get for free or almost free with extras like dental, hearing, etc. But like most things in life, there’s no free lunch. And Medicare is no exception.
To our friends who are tax and estate planning professionals:
By now, you’ve read/heard of the horrific news that the IRS destroyed an estimated 30 million paper-filed information returns in March 2021 due to the backlog. Here is a set of a few other articles that I hope you find interesting and helpful to your practice.
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