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During the fourth quarter of 2017, the federal government issued changes to the tax code. The new tax law increased the standard deduction, suspended personal exemptions, changed the tax brackets and rates, and eliminated some itemized deductions. While this meant more money in taxpayers' pockets, the situation might not seem so rosy come next April, due to changes to withholdings.

In this article, we’ll share some of the highlights of the tax changes for 2018 as they relate to individuals. Use this as a type of checklist, and feel free to contact us on any point so we can provide additional details as to how it might impact your situation.

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Tax time is probably not your favorite time of year, especially if you have to pay the government your hard-earned dollars. Here are five tips on how we can make it just a bit less painful.

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Do you know how long you are supposed to keep documents? Do you know when it’s safe to shred? Having this knowledge is the first step to good recordkeeping. By following these guidelines, you can keep your documents and files organized and updated. Avoid keeping things you don’t need – or discarding something you should have kept permanently!

The last thing most entrepreneurs want is for their hard-earned dollars to go down the drain because of a money leak in their business. Since so many entrepreneurs are working harder than ever before earning their living, it just makes sense to shore up every profit leak possible. But you might not know where they are or what to look for. That’s where we can help.

This top 10 list should help you identify areas in your business where you might be able to plug some profit leaks and keep more of the cash you are making. Some ideas may be familiar to you, and some may be new. It’s not enough to simply know that these tips are good ideas; the real wealth is in taking action and implementing these ideas!