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July 15th, 2018
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Is Crowdfunding In Your Future?

Is Crowdfunding In Your Future?

My parents taught taught me two very important lessons: 1) to work hard for what I earn and 2) to share. I have passed on these values to my daughter, Katelyn. But today’s new generation of young people are taking an interesting twist on these values and collaborative thinking, with the use of crowdfunding. As a bookkeeper and certified public accountant, a lot of my clients asking me what I think about this concept.

My parents taught taught me two very important lessons: 1) to work hard for what I earn and 2) to share. I have passed on these values to my daughter, Katelyn. But today’s new generation of young people are taking an interesting twist on these values and collaborative thinking, with the use of crowdfunding. As a bookkeeper and certified public accountant, a lot of my clients asking me what I think about this concept.

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June 24th, 2018
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Borrowing From Your 401(k)?

Borrowing From Your 401(k)?

It’s not an ideal situation, but are you considering borrowing from your 401(k)? I have some clients who need funds now, and have plenty of money stored away for retirement, so they are considering tapping into their 401(k) account.

It’s not an ideal situation, but are you considering borrowing from your 401(k)? I have some clients who need funds now, and have plenty of money stored away for retirement, so they are considering tapping into their 401(k) account.

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June 17th, 2018
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Are You a Victim of Financial Infidelity?

Are You a Victim of Financial Infidelity?

One of my favorite clients just told me that she was filling out a credit application to add another card for herself to her company’s fleet, when she received shocking news. Turns out her husband, whom she runs the family business with, had opened two new business credit cards and racked up thousands of dollars in personal credit card charges. When she confronted him, he denied it at first, and then finally confessed to it. She was the victim of financial infidelity by the man she trusted the most, her husband and business partner.

One of my favorite clients just told me that she was filling out a credit application to add another card for herself to her company’s fleet, when she received shocking news. Turns out her husband, whom she runs the family business with, had opened two new business credit cards and racked up thousands of dollars in personal credit card charges. When she confronted him, he denied it at first, and then finally confessed to it. She was the victim of financial infidelity by the man she trusted the most, her husband and business partner.