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2013 Taxes And Moves To Make Now

It’s no secret that Washington is having a hard time making a decision on what the 2013 tax rates will be. There are, however, a few changes we know will go into effect on January 1, 2013. These are already set and ready to go regardless of what Congress and the President end up doing. […]

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IMPORTANT Message From The Hultquist Firm

While the formal announcement of an exciting new addition to The Hultquist Group of Companies is not scheduled until the New Year, it seems timely to let you know about a powerful financial planning and investment advisory solution to be offered to our tax/consulting clients and their families. For years I have been frustrated with […]

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How To Reconcile Your Bank Account In Quickbooks

This video shows you how to reconcile your bank account in Quickbooks…

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Social Security Wage Base Increases for 2013

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced that the maximum amount of earnings subject to Social Security will be $113,700 for 2013, up from $110,100 for 2012. SSA also reported that the so-called “nanny tax” threshold remains at $1,800 for 2013. On October 19, Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., House Minority Whip, urged Congress to consider […]

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Maximize Your After-Tax Returns

It’s coming to the time of year when mutual funds will re-balance portfolios or sell off investments. Some of them constantly buy and sell securities. This is all well and good, but it certainly creates quite a bit of uncertainty come tax time. You never know what kind or amount of dividends you are going […]

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I Got An IRS Notice!! What Do I Do?

It’s a moment every person dreads. You pick up the mail and there is an envelope from the IRS and it’s NOT a refund check. It’s an IRS Notice….What do you do? Well first, DON’T PANIC… Each year, the IRS sends out millions of “correspondence audits” to taxpayers to request payment of taxes, notify them […]

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Capital Gains Tax Planning

The capital gains tax is a federal tax that is imposed on capital accumulation, investment and productivity. Some of the income that is subject to capital gains tax includes the sale of an investment, a home, a family business, a farm or ranch or even a work of art. The capital gains tax is applied […]

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Develop a Positive Money Mindset

I am constantly in a conversation with clients about their money. Whether it’s an individual saving for retirement or a small business wondering how they can have more cash. But did you know that how you think about money is the single most important factor that determines whether you are wealthy or not. So, if […]

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