Author: Lykethia

One of the first concepts learned in life is that money buys things. Many views develop as an individual progress through school. The billion-dollar food, housing, baby - product, clothing, toy, funeral, media (including social media) and entertainment industries verify that business impacts people throughout...

One common statement during the last quarter of the year is “whew, this year went fast.” Indeed, time presses forward unapologetically. Notice the below happenings that many people anticipate and enjoy during autumn: Birmingham, AL. As you travel within The Magic City you will see that...

The gig economy is here to stay. One report suggests that it will change traditional employer/employee roles. Employers use technology, work-from-home, and other cultural shifts to maintain their staff. Right-sizing the workforce is part of expense management.  However, workers are taking a stand and creating opportunities...

What gets you going – failure or success? Failure and success are experiences that we face every day. Certain types of failure help us to become critical thinking, goal-oriented problem-solvers. With that being said, failure is not necessarily a terrible event; but, may be a...

Tax Day, April 17, has come and went. How did you do? With the signing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, due diligence should be a forethought versus an afterthought. Below are best practices most taxpayers should consider: Implement processes to preserve your important documents. There is a...

The education of young people is a debated topic within our society. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act authorized 529 plans (e.g., prepaid tuition) to pay for tuition for K-12 like private and religious schools. Parents will use this opportunity to send their kids to...

Pierce, CPA & Advisors "Making Your Tax Experience Happy"