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Keeping It in The Family: Using an S-Corp to Run Your Family-Owned Business

Most small businesses don’t understand the various options that may be available to them when choosing a business entity. Almost everyone has heard of a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company but what does that really mean for your company and why should I choose one over the other. In choosing what may be best for your family-owned business, there is another alternative available to small businesses that is a Small Business Corporation (also known as a Subchapter S Corp or S-Corp).

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Saving Now May Save You Later: Retirement Planning for Small Business Owners

Retirement planning is probably the last thing a small business owner is thinking about. With the focus on creating relationships with new customers, developing a great product or service, and managing the day-to-day operations, there isn’t much time to think about retirement. However, there are a number of great benefits in considering developing a retirement planning vehicle for your small business.

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Divorce & Taxes: How the New Tax Law May Affect Your Negotiation Strategy

Last year, Congress passed the new tax law. The new law changed a number of long-standing provisions that have a direct impact on families including increasing the standard deduction and eliminating the personal exemption. There were a number of provisions that will have a direct impact on divorcing couples.  It is important to understand these new provisions in order to make the best decision for you and your family going forward. The advice of a tax professional can be invaluable to helping both parties reach an agreement.

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The Mainstream of Airbnb: Key Considerations for New Rental Property Owners

Websites like Airbnb, Zillow, and Craigslist have created an easy way to connect people who need homes with people willing to provide them. However, there are some key considerations that new rental property owners should keep in mind when starting this new adventure.

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