Starting A Business? A Few Tips To Make Your First Business Tax Preparation Easier

Posted on: 13 June 2016

Preparing taxes can be a stressful chore for anyone, but when it comes to doing a business tax return, things get even more stressful. It won't matter whether you are doing the return yourself or paying a professional to do it for you. However, if you are starting a business, there are some things you can do throughout the year to make everything much easier when you go to file your taxes. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why You Should Take Your Newly Working Teenager To Your Tax Preparer

Posted on: 11 June 2016

If your teenager has their first job, it is the best time to start helping them become financially responsible. Getting the first check ever can be exciting and the temptation for your child to spend their hard earned money can be difficult to resist. You want to help your child learn responsibility, including how much to save and why. During tax season, you want to make sure your child understands the tax process and files their taxes appropriately. [Read More]

Four Items Of Documentation You Should Have To Appeal A Bond

Posted on: 10 June 2016

Sometimes a bail bond may be set too high for you to even pay a bail bondsman. If this happens, there are certain things that you can do to attempt to appeal it. Appealing a bail bond is a simple process, but you want to get it right -- you'll have to wait to see the judge again and you won't be able to bail out until you do so. Appealing a bail bond generally means showing that you cannot pay the bond and that you aren't a flight risk. [Read More]

Be Sure You Know What You Are Doing By Posting Bond And Bailing Someone Out

Posted on: 9 June 2016

Need to bail someone out of jail? Before you sign over your property, cash, or give your word that the defendant will be at subsequent court dates, there are a few things to know about bail bonds. Before posting someone's bail bond, consider the following: You may not need cash. Unless the bail is a cash bond, you probably won't need cash to bail someone out. Often times, depending on the amount of bail, you can put a piece of property up as collateral, in lieu of bond, to ensure the defendant shows up for subsequent court appearances. [Read More]