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Disclaimer: The information contained in past newsletters was accurate as of the date of publication. Due to frequent tax law changes, information may no longer be accurate. For the latest tax information, please contact a CPA.

2006 Monthly Tax Newsletters

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  • May 2006:  Plan Now to Take Advantage of Expiring Tax Breaks -- Deadline Looms to Consolidate Student Loans at Today's Low Rate

  • April 2006:  Filing An Extension Buys You Six Months -- Moonlighters May Face High Tax Bill on April 15

  • March 2006:  Student Loan Interest Rates Rising -- Track Your Professional Expenses -- Tax Breaks for Homeowners

  • February 2006:  Stealth Tax Update -- End Those Credit Card Soliciations

  • January 2006:  RE:2006 -- Home Office Revisited

2005 Monthly Tax Newsletters

  • December, 2005:  There's No Place Like Home -- Checklist To Cut Your Taxes

  • November, 2005:  Social Security Max Increases to $94,200 for 2005 -- Three Free Peeks At Your Credit Report

  • October, 2005:  How To Avoid Paying Taxes When Selling Real Estate -- The New Roth 401(k) and 403(b)

  • September, 2005:  Recent Tax Law Changes -- Back Into Your Budget

  • August, 2005:  New Car Donation Rules -- IRS Penalties

  • July, 2005:  To Incorporate or Not To Incorporate -- Do You Have A Health Care Proxy

  • June, 2005:  Avoid the 30 Year Car Loan -- Interest Rate Update

  • May, 2005:  No Match Doesn't Mean No Good -- How To Save $5,000 Annually Through Electronic Health Records 

  • April, 2005:  The Ubiquitous AMT -- Should You File For an Extension?

  • March, 2005:  What is "Financial Planning"? -- How To Break the $10,000 Monthly Disability Barrier

  • February, 2005:  Hot Employment Law Topic: Non-Compete Agreements -- Memo to Moonlighters

  • January, 2005:  Reset Your Monthly Retirement Savings -- Fads Are Usually Frauds



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