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How Interns Can Maximize Their Tax Returns

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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Even though you have a million and one things vying for your attention during the last two years of college, you know that fulfilling an internship is a key step towards nailing a great job after graduation. It takes an awful lot of time to find all of those internship opportunities, put together a resume […]

Tax Breaks That All College Students Should Know About

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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College has become so difficult to afford that many students and their parents are wondering if it’s even possible. The downturn in the economy has affected millions of Americans, and there seems to be no relief in sight for students. Financial aid debt continues to rise, the future of interest rates is murky, and there […]

Commonly Overlooked Small Business Tax Deductions

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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Small business owners are notoriously strapped for cash, and it’s no wonder when you consider that they’re in competition with mega-corporations that have tons of funding from both banks and private investors. In truth, small businesses simply operate on a smaller scale and therefor a smaller budget, but that doesn’t mean the small business owners […]

What Are the Marks of a Good Accounting Internship?

Thursday, June 28, 2012

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It doesn’t really matter what you study in college. Before you graduate, it’s always wise to participate in at least one internship. It’s a great way to see the real side of your major from outside of a classroom, plus it provides you with some of the experience that you’ll be required to have once […]

Deducting Car Expenses for Your Business

Friday, April 20, 2012

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Tax day is now mere hours away, but as you scramble to get your taxes filed on time, it’s important to make sure you are getting every possible deduction. Times are tight, and saving a few dollars can sometimes mean the difference between keeping your business afloat and being forced to close the doors. Regardless […]