We Still Believe in Free Enterprise... PART III
Many Americans have become weary of continuous bad economic and financial news – high unemployment, low GDP growth, trillion $ Federal deficits and debt, sluggish real estate sales, restrictive banking and a roller coaster stock market. The forecast for 2012 is not any rosier.
We Still Believe in Free Enterprise... PART II
The government bureaucracy has become more intrusive and bloated each day. Many small businesses and entrepreneurs are sitting on their hands (and wallets) waiting to see what happens next.
We Still Believe in Free Enterprise... Not Government Solutions
President Obama appears to be rushing his agenda with defecit spending already up almost $2 trillion for fiscal year 2010 and climbing. The $780 billon government stimulus package has not slowed unemployment, which is now above 9%. More spending and regulation is being proposed.
Time to Change Your Strategy - Financial and Tax Ideas to Believe In
If you own a small business or professional firm and your combined income exceeds $250k, you are a target for tax increases. Although it is always wise to annually update your tax and financial strategies, this year it's even more important with all the changes taking place.
Obama Stimulus Bill Includes Some Tax Breaks, 2009
President Obama’s $787 billion Economic Stimulus Bill was passed by Congress on February 13, 2009. Although heavily weighted toward government spending, it does include some “targeted tax incentives” which could save some Americans significant tax money and many Americans a little tax money.
Obama Stimulus Plan Passes on Friday the 13th. Will it Work? (2009)
Congress has passed President Obama’s Economic Stimulus Bill with much fanfare and joy from the political left and much fear and loathing from the political right… the political center is still undecided and just hoping for the best. The $787 billion bill is heavily weighted toward government spending with minimal tax incentives/rebate...
Tax Planning Retreat
This fall your business retreat to your favorite leisure connection "weekend get away" should include a strategy session to analyze and implement ideas to help minimize business and individual taxes.
Tax Relief Cost?
Ever notice how tax cuts are often described as a government "cost" instead of a "potential" decrease in revenue?