Last month, one of the most truly American lives came to an end at age 90. Baseball legend Lawrence “Yogi” Berra was a superstar both on and off the field. As a player, he won 10 World Series rings and made the All-Star team 18 times in 19 seasons. He was American League MVP five times and won election to the Hall of Fame in 1972. Off the field, he managed and coached the New York Yankees, New York Mets, and Houston Astros.
Who can forget, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it”? Tax planning is full of forks in the road. Cash or accrual? C-corp or S-corp? Medical expense reimbursement plan or HSA? As Yogi says, “You’ve got to be very careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you may never get there.” So call us for the plan you need if you don’t want April 15 to feel like deja vu all over again!Continue reading →
Have you seen all of the sales! The holidays are here, and millions of Americans kicked off the season with “Black Friday” shopping. Braving the crowds and the cold, facing scorn from family they’ve left behind, they line up at … Continue reading →
Cleveland, Ohio has historically been one of America’s most populous and productive cities, peaking as the fifth-largest back in 1920. Today, “C-town” is a shadow of its former glory, another Rust Belt factory town, best known for the Rock and … Continue reading →
On September 1, 1914, “Martha,” the last remaining passenger pigeon (ectopistes migratorius), died at the Cincinnati Zoo. On September 7, 1936, “Benjamin,” the last Tasmanian tiger (thylacinus cynocephalus), died at Australia’s Hobart Zoo. And on June 24, 2012, “Lonesome George,” … Continue reading →
They say that knowledge is power, and that’s especially true with taxes. So here’s a quick quiz to test your tax knowledge in 2014. But look out — the questions (and the answers) might not be what you expect. We’ll … Continue reading →
2014 is here, and it’s time for New Years’ resolutions. Americans across the country are pledging to lose weight, quit smoking, exercise, and find new jobs. Some of them will succeed, others will lose faith before the first snowmelt. (Want … Continue reading →