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This tax season has been eye-opening for taxpayers and tax professionals. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) changed many aspects of the tax code. Notably, the personal exemption was phased-out and several itemized deductions were reduced or eliminated. Further, the corporate federal income tax rate was...

Believe it or not, wealthy people lose money. It is safe to infer that they do not like those occurrences. Money is a tool that comes with a measure of uncertainty. But, it is useful, a popular and often regulated means to acquire good and...

One of the first concepts learned in life is that money is used to buy things. Even though this concept develops as an individual progress through school, the billion-dollar food, housing, baby - product, clothing, toy, funeral, media (including social-media) and entertainment industries, etc. attest...

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 the traditional employer/employee roles. Employers are using technology and other improved work flows to change the way we work. This may include the process of right-sizing. However, workers are taking a...

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...

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