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Golden Rules for Your Golden Years – Seven Guidelines to Help Meet Your Retirement Goals

Golden Rules for Your Golden Years – Seven Guidelines to Help Meet Your Retirement Goals

Golden Rules for Your Golden Years – Seven Guidelines to Help Meet Your Retirement Goals, as reported in the WS Journal. Saving for retirement may feel like an impossible task. After all, as defined-benefit pension plans fall by the wayside, those with 401(k) plans must act as their own pension managers, a complex task that […]

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How to Live a Happier Financial Life

How to Live a Happier Financial Life

How to Live a Happier Financial Life as reported in the WS Journal. It all comes down to this. I wrote for the first edition of The Wall Street Journal Sunday. It seems fitting I should help bring down the curtain. Parting thoughts? With my final 750 words, here are five notions that—I believe—are indispensable […]

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How to Balance Family, Friends, and Your Business This Holiday Season

How to Balance Family, Friends, and Your Business This Holiday Season

How to Balance Family, Friends, and Your Business This Holiday Season, as reported in Allbusiness.com. This holiday season, small business owners have a lot on their ham-filled, mashed potato-garnished plates. There are holiday parties to attend, Christmas recital costumes to make the kids’ costumes for, and decorations to put up around the house — but […]

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Confessions from flight attendants

Confessions from flight attendants

Editor’s Note:  As a frequent flier, I am always on the lookout for useful advice.  I try to always be polite and courteous to the folks that work at the airlines.  It does pay dividends and besides, staying calm, even when you are “right,” goes a long way in establishing the result you want.  Here’s […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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