How to Stop Bullying by Banks
Bankers routinely want copies of your tax returns to prove you can continue to pay on an existing loan. But what if your banker is worse to deal with than the IRS?
Key Income Tax Rules and Opportunities for Landlords
Here are five key insights for residential and commercial landlords.
Personal Financial Planning Part I: The Access Code to Success is 21100
How to get ahead during difficult times.
Personal Financial Planning Part II: Miserable Millionaires
Mere money isn't enough: true stories of miserable millionaires.
Personal Financial Planning Part III: True Wealth
True wealth requires the absence of certain things as well as an abundance of dollars.
Thinking about selling your business? You have one chance to get this transaction right. Here are some important things to consider before you sell.
Small Business Beware: The Maine Dept. of Labor is Coming After You
Are you at risk of a Maine unemployment tax audit? This article discusses risk factors and what you can do to prevent an audit in the first place.
The Check Is In the Mail: What to do When Customers Don't Pay
Are your customers pretending your business is a bank that gives free loans? Here's what you can do to deal with collection issues.
The Five Equations Every Business Owner Must Know
Don’t let the title fool you. Here is a very non-mathematical and easy-to-read article which has five key insights on how to make your business win in the real world.
Where's the Money?
Your business checking account is overdrawn and payroll is due tomorrow. But your accountant tells you that your business made a profit of $50,000 this year and you are going to owe thousands in taxes. How is this possible? Is your accountant crazy?