April 23rd, 2021

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) offered a lot of assistance to businesses struggling during the COVID pandemic. Originally, businesses that received PPP loans were only able to cover payroll costs, interest on covered mortgage obligations, covered rent obligation payments, and covered utility payments, but could not deduct other corresponding expenses. What’s New? Business Owners, if […]

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April 19th, 2021

I recently shared with you the concept of the “time and effort chains,” which are the factors that trap us within a business and force us to work longer and harder, with little to no additional value or payoff. Today┬áI wanted to share with you the final chains that hold us back and keep us […]

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April 14th, 2021

If you have student loans and regularly pay, you are familiar with the Student Loan Interest Deduction. You usually get to subtract up to $2,500 a year in interest payments on federal student loans, reducing your tax liability. Being an “above the line” deduction, meaning you don’t need to itemize to qualify, is a welcome […]

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April 12th, 2021

If I made the assertion that eventually the gains of working longer and harder eventually cap out would you agree? I ask this question to business owners all the time and it seems universal that we all get that at a certain point, working longer and harder has a degrading rate of return in terms […]

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