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Taxwise, the moon is in the Seventh House and Jupiter is aligned with Mars. Congress and IRS have put two things in force which create an unusual tax-saving opportunity between now and year’s end. It is the 2012 equivalent of the days of Aquarius – at least between now and December 31.

The opportunity starts with the much-maligned Estate Tax Credit. Rail if you must, curse if you’d like, either way, click to read about what you can do now to save taxes.

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Can't get health insurance or know someone who can't get health insurance? PCIP insurance (created under a new Federal law) may be the answer. Read below for more on how it works. . .

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Some people think buying or selling a business is a cinch, as easy as buying or selling a candy bar. It’s not. 

Read on to find out why you can’t just shake hands and turn over the keys.

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Unsure about whether a Limited Liability Company or “LLC” is the right structure for your business?   Get the answers to six frequently asked questions about LLCs here.

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You’ve heard the expression “desperate times call for desperate measures,” but this Florida case takes the cake. Read the unbelievable story about an asset protection “strategy” we would never recommend.

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Thinking of creating a will online? Be sure to read the article below and the fine print on that do-it-yourself will website first.

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Tax write-offs for purchases you make through your business can save you and your business a lot of money. But you can’t write off an item your business isn’t using.

Read the article and be sure to watch the classic Seinfeld clip at the end.

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Creative company name? Check. Business cards? Check. Website? Check. That's all I need for my business, right? Not so fast. If you want to protect your personal assets from your business liabilities, keep reading.

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On July 5th, 2011, the United States Tax Court held that expenses you incur for providing unlicensed caregivers will be deductible on your income tax return.
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