Finance

  • November 12, 2019

    Wagons and Wills, Jets and Trusts

    By Jason Dixon, J. Dixon Law PC   It used to take between five and six months to travel from Missouri to California by wagon. Today, the same trip can be made by jet in four and a half hours. Both modes of transportation get you to your destination, but...

  • November 11, 2019

    Listing Your Home over the Holidays

    By Jessica Elgin   It’s the age old question: Should I list my home over the holidays? Although there is a lot of debate on the pros and cons, the truth is that it depends on your situation.   If you need to relocate for a job or for a...

  • September 9, 2019

    What Might Be Missing from Your Financial Strategy?

    By Todd Francis Johnson, Northwestern Mutual While the ’90s were a time of growth and prosperity, more recent economic events have reminded us of the importance of protecting what we have, which is why it may be time to consider a product that’s often overlooked in the financial planning process:...

  • September 9, 2019

    What is the Big Deal about Mold?

    By Jessica Elgin   Mold is one word that can strike fear in the heart of any homeowner. So what is the big deal about mold anyway? And is it really necessary to have it removed?  You may encounter what appears to be mold when you are fixing a plumbing...

  • July 20, 2019

    Wondering If It Is Time to Put in a Pool?

    By Jessica Elgin   We are now in the heat of summer. Many people are starting to consider whether or not to put in a pool and how this would affect their home value. The questions isn’t as cut and dry as you would think. There are a couple factors...

  • January 16, 2019

    What is Involved When Building a Home?

    By Jessica Elgin   You may not realize that you can build a home for approximately the same price that you can buy a home, depending on size, finishes, and lot location. Your building costs are typically between $110 to $150 per square foot. If you have the time and...

  • January 16, 2019

    Rethinking Your Tax Practitioner’s Role: A Whole-istic Approach

    By Jason Crowley, CPA, MBA   The new year is officially underway, and I hope all of you are off to a great start on your goals for 2019. I am a big fan of constant improvement, and the primary goal in my firm is to deliver a better experience...

  • November 13, 2018

    Listing Your Home over the Holidays

    By Jessica Elgin   It’s the age old question: Should I list my home over the holidays? Although there is a lot of debate on the pros and cons, the truth is that it depends on your situation.   If you need to relocate for a job or for a...

  • November 13, 2018

    Health Savings Accounts: A Valuable Tax-Planning Tool

    By Jason Crowley, CPA, MBA We are coming to the time of year when many taxpayers are starting to think about year-end tax planning and what they can do to minimize tax liability for the upcoming tax season. There are always plenty of articles to read about maxing out IRA...

  • September 6, 2018

    Hire Your Children: A Tax Strategy for Business Owners

    By: Jason Crowley, CPA, MBA As a business owner, there are many tax strategies you can utilize to minimize your tax liability. One of these strategies is hiring your children to work for you. It can give you an amazing opportunity to teach your children the value of work and...

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