Ozark introduces us to Marty Byrde, a frugal Chicago-area financial advisor and family man who drives a 10-year-old Honda and resists moving his firm to flashy new downtown offices. (Prudent, right?) One night, he takes an emergency meeting with his partner, where we discover his realbusiness is laundering cash for a Mexican drug cartel. Then Marty learns his associates have stolen millions (spoiler alert: bad move) and watches the boss’s sicarios slaughter them and nonchalantly stuff their bodies in barrels.Continue reading →
Last week marked the end of an era as David Rockefeller, the last grandchild of Standard Oil baron John D. Rockefeller, died at age 101. Rockefeller, whose name was once synonymous with “wealth,” symbolized the eastern establishment in all its glory. His death marks a last living link to an age of robber barons-turned-philanthropists whose fortunes still shape our nation.
We realize you don’t have Rockefeller riches to protect. But we know you value what you have, and we know that smart tax planning is one of the best ways to preserve it. So call us when you’re ready to pay less!Continue reading →
Now’s the time of year when kids across America start heading back to school. New kindergartners eagerly don their snazziest big-kid outfits to pose for smiles and pictures. You know who else is busy this time of year? That’s right, the tax man!
So call us before exams and let us help with the tutoring you need!Continue reading →
Recently, GE has announced they’re moving their headquarters and 800 jobs to Boston’s Seaport District neighborhood to save on Corporate Taxes.
Now, you probably don’t have the option to simply pull up stakes and move just to save some tax dollars. The good news is, you don’t have to move to pay less. You just need a plan — the same sort of plan that lets GE minimize its tax burden. So call us when you’re ready to pay less, and keep rooting for the home team!Continue reading →
Few figures from recent history loom larger than British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, “the Last Lion.” He spent “the wilderness years” of the 1930s fighting the Conservative Party’s leadership, most notably Neville Chamberlain, to campaign for rearmament. As prime minister, he fought the Nazis to victory in World War II. Throughout his life, he fought the “black dog” of depression. But did you know how much he fought the Board of Inland Revenue — his country’s equivalent of our own IRS?
If you’re like most of our clients, when it comes to taxes, you want to fight them on the beaches, fight them on the landing grounds, and fight them in the fields and streams and hills and never surrender. The good news is you don’t need to strong-arm the Secretary of the Treasury into letting you pay less. You just need a plan. So call us, before December 31, to assure your finest hour!Continue reading →