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FAFSA Tips and Post-Harvey Aid

It’s time to be thinking about Federal Student Aid. If you need help filling out the FAFSA form, please read on or give me call. Also below, I unpack a few of the tax implications of a House bill designed to provide hurricane and wildfire relief. 380 more words


9 Tips for Reconstructing Records after Hurricane Harvey

Taxpayers who are victims of a disaster might need to reconstruct records to prove their loss. Doing this may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance, or an insurance reimbursement. 272 more words


Should your business use per diem rates for travel reimbursement?

Updated travel per diem rates go into effect October 1. To simplify recordkeeping, they can be used for reimbursement of ordinary and normal business expenses incurred while employees travel away from home. 426 more words

Atchley And Associates

Tax records: Another #Luxembourg #genealogy resource just went online!

Have you ever wondered what the community your ancestor lived in might have looked like in 1766? How much land was there to farm? What was grown? 292 more words

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Timeline: Aaron Records in Early Stewart County, Tennessee

This post was originally created 1/18/17 under my post for Henderson Aaron. It makes more sense for this post to be on a different page.  1,291 more words


Moser: Timeline of Early Davidson County, Tennessee Records

I believe my Moser line descends somehow from these early Nashville Mosers. I hope this research can help out another Moser / Mosier researcher. As always, please feel free to contact me at downhomegenealogy@gmail.com. 615 more words


David Mosier of Blue Springs Branch

The Moser, also spelled Mosier, family came to the United States from Germany in the 1700s. AncestryDNA matches me with many Moser descendants, but I haven’t been able to establish a paper trail connecting my fifth great-grandfather, David Mosier. 1,190 more words