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Posted in Firm News on April 14, 2020

The deadline for you to contribute to your traditional and ROTH IRAs (Individual Retirement Accounts) has also been extended to July 15, 2020 for the tax year 2019. The contribution limits remain the same – $6,000 per person plus another $1,000 if you are over the age of fifty, subject to certain income limitations. If… (Keep reading)

Friday Fun Facts

Posted in Firm News on April 10, 2020

Tax Update

Posted in Firm News on March 30, 2020


Posted in Firm News on March 19, 2020

With the invasion of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Nevada, we want to remind you to be kind. In this new environment kindness is still needed. Reach out someone by calling them or emailing them to make sure that they are doing alright. Do not visit them. This is spreading quickly and by keeping a… (Keep reading)

Baseball Spring Training is here!

Posted in Firm News on February 27, 2020

Pitchers and Catchers Report!  Exciting words after a long dark winter.  The most relaxing time of the year BASEBALL SPRING TRAINING is here!  Whether you watch the Cactus League in Arizona or the Grapefruit League in Florida you will be in for an exciting start to Spring. Typically for Spring Training baseball teams are broken… (Keep reading)

Have You Been Hacked Recently!

Posted in Firm News on February 25, 2020

Well, I have, and it’s a frightening hassle!! I have friends who, in the last few years, have had this experience – particularly with their social media accounts.  They said it was a very unsettling feeling – not quite like having your home burglarized, which has happened to me.  So, I thought I knew how… (Keep reading)

Tax Law Changes to Retirement Accounts

Posted in Firm News on February 14, 2020

  In December of 2019, a new tax law referred to as the SECURE Act was signed into law.  This law makes significant changes to the timing for required distributions from a retirement account.  Under former law, a person was required to take a minimum distribution from their retirement account when they reached age 70… (Keep reading)

Fun facts!

Posted in Firm News on January 31, 2020