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How To Financially Handle Multiple Generations at Home

How To Financially Handle Multiple Generations at Home

One of the results of 2020 has been a rise in multi-generational living. Whether it's for economic or health reasons, when Mom and Dad or other older members of the family move in and there are multiple generations "present" in the home, there are important things to...

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What You Should Know about the CDC Eviction Stay

What You Should Know about the CDC Eviction Stay

The CDC announced a halt to evictions for renters that starts THIS WEEK. I have some guidance today for you about what that does and does not mean, but a couple of other things first before we get there. First, can we all celebrate a little good news? Even if...

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Stuff keeps hitting the fan

Stuff keeps hitting the fan

Michael, Summer is nearing an end, but this has been no ordinary summer. Everywhere, parents are scrambling in the most unusual "back to school" season in memory. Fall sports are in limbo, and others (MLB, NHL, and NBA) are operating in a weird Twilight Zone mode....

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Truth and Fiction About the Trump Payroll Tax Cuts

Truth and Fiction About the Trump Payroll Tax Cuts

With Congressional negotiations hitting an impasse, the President issued four executive orders this past weekend, aiming to help wage-earners and businesses who have been struggling because of lockdowns and pandemic reasons. One of these was a "memorandum" (found...

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What do you do with the kids?

What do you do with the kids?

However you slice it, the schooling situation right now is tough, with no good options. If you are vehemently in favor of full-on school ... well, compassion would dictate that you would recognize that others are having more difficulty with that, for caution's sake or...

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Bad news, at the worst time

Bad news, at the worst time

Our heads are high here at Above All Accounting, Inc. because we worked our tails off for our clients this year. We helped a bunch of people save a ton on their taxes -- with deductions and strategies they wouldn't have used had they not listened to our advice. AND we...

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How To Financially Handle Multiple Generations at Home

How To Financially Handle Multiple Generations at Home

One of the results of 2020 has been a rise in multi-generational living. Whether it's for economic or health reasons, when Mom and Dad or other older members of the family move in and there are multiple generations "present" in the home, there are important things to...

read more
What You Should Know about the CDC Eviction Stay

What You Should Know about the CDC Eviction Stay

The CDC announced a halt to evictions for renters that starts THIS WEEK. I have some guidance today for you about what that does and does not mean, but a couple of other things first before we get there. First, can we all celebrate a little good news? Even if...

read more
Stuff keeps hitting the fan

Stuff keeps hitting the fan

Michael, Summer is nearing an end, but this has been no ordinary summer. Everywhere, parents are scrambling in the most unusual "back to school" season in memory. Fall sports are in limbo, and others (MLB, NHL, and NBA) are operating in a weird Twilight Zone mode....

read more
Truth and Fiction About the Trump Payroll Tax Cuts

Truth and Fiction About the Trump Payroll Tax Cuts

With Congressional negotiations hitting an impasse, the President issued four executive orders this past weekend, aiming to help wage-earners and businesses who have been struggling because of lockdowns and pandemic reasons. One of these was a "memorandum" (found...

read more