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Tax Time, Oh My!

Yes, that pesky time of the year has rolled around.  You will probably be reading numerous blogs/articles about tax help and planning.  As an estate planning attorney it is also a busy time of the year for me.  201 more words

IRS Tax Issues

IRS impersonation scams prey on taxpayers

The FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection is advising consumers about a tax scam that has resulted in an “explosion of complaints about callers who claim to be IRS agents – but are not.” These IRS impersonation scams count on people’s lack of knowledge about how the IRS contacts taxpayers. 61 more words

Tax

For the Love of Coffee

I’ve put everything I have into this business. Financially, I put nearly everything in, but I’m referring to my actual self. When people visit Bay Coffee they are essentially experiencing a piece of me. 497 more words

Blogs

Preparing for a Networking Event

As an entrepreneur, blogger, someone looking to make their mark in a particular field, or someone simply looking for a job, attending networking events is a way to meet potential employers, learn the environment of a company and make connections that would help with business in the near future. 538 more words

Advice

#22 Tom / 34 / Huntington

What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about West Virginia?

I would say that everyone is redneck I guess? I don’t know…and the whole inbred thing but that’s about it. 326 more words

Living my Dream as a Small Business Owner

I never knew how much work owning a café entailed until I owned a café. I had never managed people and inventory, the two components of the business that continue to be the most difficult. 391 more words

Blogs

Who Are You and What Do You Need?

Who Are You?  The question is much more than a song from the late 70’s by the Rock and Roll band The Who

You are a solopreneur or a small business owner. 481 more words

Small Business Owner