The columns that are in this e-book cover some of the areas that seemed, to me, to be trending in our trades. I believe that they held worthwhile information that you, as tradesmen, could use, or maybe just a different perspective.
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Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of keeping income taxes down for all Americans: improve the economy, increase tax revenues, help closely held businesses grow, more jobs and with a little amendment keeping the tax cuts, help...
From a tax-planning viewpoint, once the first (could be second, third, etc.) marriage ends, the ex-husband falls into one of three distinct categories. Each category requires different economic and tax strategies. Let’s take them one at a time.
Would you invest four hours to stop the IRS from taking one-half of your wealth? Over the years I have asked this question hundreds of times when giving one of my many tax-saving seminars or when a reader of this column calls me.
For you entrepreneurs who have worked your tail off (success in business, in my experience, is never plain luck) and have become affluent, you have been shoved into your own separate new minority group, usually referred to as "the rich."
Two phone calls in the same week from readers gave me reason to write a succession planning article. The first caller told me a succession planning horror story: The caller lost millions to the IRS. The second caller’s story made me want to...