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Each week we will provide information on a topic of interest to our current and prospective clients.  We encourage you to read the posts and contact us with any questions you have about the post or about other services that we may provide for you or your business.

Date Blog Topic Link to Post Contact
December 12, 2017 Protect Your Indentity and Assets Read Post Bob Klutho, CPA
November 28, 2017 What is an I-9? Read Post Amanda Mueller
November 21, 2017 Exclusion of Gain on Personal Residence Read Post Jim Gentry, CPA
November 14, 2017 The Immortal Estate Tax? Read Post Alicia Brockland, CPA, ABV
November 7, 2017 Summary Annual Report for Employee Benefit Plans Read Post Catherine Dobrynski, CPA, CGMA
October 31, 2017 How Would the "Unified Framework" Change Current Tax Laws on Passthrough Entities? Read Post Helen Floros, CPA
October 24, 2017 Creating a Flexible Workplace Read Post Andrew Datillo, CPA
October 10, 2017 Building a Board Read Post Andrea Schaefer, CPA
October 3, 2017 Sustainable Investing - What Does That Mean? Read Post Jill Cooper, CPA
September 26, 2017 Dependency Exemption for Children of Divorced Parents Read Post Patty Ward, EA
September 19, 2017 Is Your Company Growing or Dying? Read Post Dan Velcheck, CPA
September 5, 2017 Child Care Expenses Read Post Brian Ostendorf, CPA
August 29, 2017 Rollover After-Tax Contributions In 401K Plans Read Post Brian Hantsbarger, CPA
August 22, 2017 Cloud Accounting Apps Read Post Christina Rowland, MBA
August 15, 2017 "Back To School" Read Post John Martens, CPA
August 8, 2017 How to Have a Successful Accounting System Upgrade Read Post Bob Klutho, CPA
August 1, 2017 Simple Ways to Avoid Accounting Problems Read Post Bob Klutho, CPA
July 25, 2017 Don't Let Your Passport Be Restricted By The IRS Read Post Sue Freed, CPA
July 18, 2017 Missouri Works Program Read Post Jim Gentry, CPA
July 11, 2017 What is a Xennial? Read Post Alicia Brockland, CPA, ABV
July 5, 2017 I Don't Really Have to Understand the Balance Sheet, Do I? Read Post Catherine Dobrynski, CPA, CGMA
June 27, 2017 Organization Read Post Helen Floros, CPA
June 20, 2017 Taking the Lead Read Post Andrew Datillo, CPA
June 13, 2017 Hosting a Successful Fundraising Campaign Read Post Amanda Mueller
June 6, 2017 Consumer Directed Services Read Post Andrea Schaefer, CPA
May 30, 2017 Saving For College Read Post Jill Cooper, CPA
May 23, 2017 Change Read Post Patty Ward, EA
May 16, 2017 Saving For Retirement Read Post Dan Velcheck, CPA
May 9, 2017 Cyber CEO Scam Read Post Sue Deters
May 2, 2017 Moving Expenses Read Post Vivian McKenzie, CPA, CGMA
April 25, 2017 Non-Cash Donations Over $5000 Read Post Brian Hantsbarger, CPA
April 18, 2017 Avoiding Probate With Revocable Trusts Read Post Christina Rowland, MBA
April 11, 2017 Tax Deductions and Common Sense Read Post John Martens, CPA
April 4, 2017 What To Do With Your Tax Refund? Read Post Bob Klutho, CPA
March 28, 2017 Not All Accountants Wear Tie Shoes Read Post Rick D'Angelo, CPA, CGMA
March 21, 2017 Keeping Employees Motivated and Engaged Read Post Amanda Mueller
March 14, 2017 The End of Cheap Financing Read Post Bob Klutho, CPA
March 7, 2017 Planning For A Graceful Exit Read Post Alicia Brockland, CPA, ABV
February 28, 2017 Being An Adult Read Post Catherine Dobrynski, CPA, CGMA
February 21, 2017 Tax Changes Coming? Read Post Helen Floros, CPA
February 14, 2017 Are You Asking Your Financial Advisor the Right Questions? Read Post Andrew Datillo, CPA
February 7, 2017 Are Your Parents Your Dependents? Read Post Sue Freed, CPA
January 31, 2017 Education Credit Due Diligence for 2016 Read Post Andrea Schaefer, CPA
January 24, 2017 Happy New Year! Let's Get Fiscally Fit! Read Post Jill Cooper, CPA
January 17, 2017 Identity Theft - Protecting Yourself from the Bad Guys Read Post Patty Ward, EA
January 10, 2017 Are Your Employees Stealing From You? Read Post Dan Velcheck, CPA

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