2024, March

A Guide to Business Cyber Security

In the digital age, online security is among the most critical factors for any business. As more and more people are living their lives online, security has become a priority for those giving up sensitive information – including financial data – via the World Wide Web. Cyber threats are evolving with alarming sophistication, making it […]

Boomers, Taxes and the Housing Puzzle

As Baby Boomers approach retirement, many are considering downsizing their homes to simplify their lives and reduce expenses. However, what seems like a straightforward decision is often complicated by financial and tax implications, especially in today’s volatile housing market. This guide aims to shed light on the challenges and opportunities that come with downsizing, offering […]

IRS Resuming Sending Collection Notices

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS suspended the mailing of automated reminders to pay overdue tax bills starting in February 2022. These reminders would have normally been issued as a follow up after the initial notice. Although these reminder notices were suspended, the failure-to-pay penalty continues to accrue for taxpayers who did not fully […]