Five Tips for Finding an Accountant in South Jersey

Five Tips for Finding an Accountant in South JerseyIf you are anything like me, choosing an accountant in South Jersey is very personal thing. It’s right up there with finding a hair stylist, dentist and doctor. They all “know more ...

Merger and Joint Venture....What's the Difference?

Merger and Joint Venture....What's the Difference? One of the many services we offer is helping your company with mergers and joint ventures. However, many business owners are not 100 percent certain as to what the difference is between more ...

Ten Tax Tips for Individuals Selling Their Home

If you’re selling your main home this summer or sometime this year, the IRS has some helpful tips for you. Even if you make a profit from the sale of more ...

Tax Breaks for Going Back to School

With school either already started or about to start, what a lot of people don't consider amidst this busy time of year are the tax breaks available to parents and more ...

Cheryl Nicholson and Eugene Taormina earn advanced degrees

Cheryl Nicholson and Eugene Taormina earn advanced degrees Great news for our current and soon-to-be clients. Two of our team members have earned master’s degrees in taxation and financial planning from Widener University: Cheryl L. Nicholson, MS, CPA, co-director; more ...

June, 2016

Everything you need to know about your credit card cashback rewards

Adds for credit card cashback and traveler rewards have become a constant on television and radio to the point that you may be feeling left out if you ... more...

Building Your Small Business With Us

Building small business can seem like a daunting task, but like any enterprise the key to success is in the planning and execution. By taking a step-by-step approach, ... more...

Smart Ways to Spend Less on Your Grocery Bill

Food and groceries are always one of the largest day-to-day expenses we face as we try to stick to budgets and stretch a paycheck. And at times, it ... more...

What To Consider When Refinancing Your Home

For most families, the investment you have made in your home likely represents the largest financial asset you have, while the mortgage on that home is your largest ... more...

Why You Need a Business Plan

Writing a business plan for a new start-up can seem like an outmoded idea. Entrepreneurs typically have a clear vision, know what to accomplish, and have some sort ... more...

Things Budget-Smart People Never Spend Their Money On

Most of us spend a lot of time worrying about money and meeting our expenses. The really smart ones create a budget for themselves and their family and ... more...

How to Avoid the Red Flags to Trigger Tax Audits

Nobody likes the idea of a tax audit by the IRS. That’s pretty much universally feared and worried about, but the truth is that the IRS conducts very ... more...

Nanny Tax-What is it?

Most American households operate in a pretty non-commercial way. In other words, we don’t run our homes like businesses and usually we don’t have household employees. Even when ... more...

Planning a Budget Friendly Summer Vacation

The very words “summer vacation” usually puts a smile on most people’s faces. We work long hard hours and those one or two weeks in the summer when ... more...

How to Lessen Student Debt

It doesn’t take long in financial circles these days before you hear a discussion about student debt in the U.S. What once seemed like a minor inconvenience, paying ... more...