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2010 Retirement Account Contribution Limits

December 23, 2009

The 401k elective deferral limits for 2010 are the same as the 2009 limits. For the 2010 Tax year you can contribute up to $16,500 to a traditional 401k and up to $11,500 to a SIMPLE 401k. If you are over 50 catch up contributions can be made to either plan in the amounts of […]

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2010 IRS Tax Brackets

December 16, 2009

Every year the IRS releases tax tables to show to what extent your income is going to be taxed. The tax consists of a base tax calculated as the qualifying percentages of the brackets up to the one you are in. Then the bracket tax applies to your remaining income. So in the case of […]

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Special Teams can Make or Break You

September 23, 2009

Special teams players are the unsung heroes of the football team. These guys have to be multifaceted and versatile even though the time they spend on the field is limited. We have all seen football games that were won or lost in special teams. If you can’t stop a punt or kickoff return you are in trouble. […]

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Tax Day Tea Parties

April 14, 2009

With tax day only one day away you can bet there are plenty of upset Americans out ther who still have to pay.  Thousands are scrambling to get their extensions filed so they can have more time to work out the loop holes which will get them  out of paying.  Which I don’t think I […]

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Organize Your Documents – It’s Not Just for You

March 10, 2009

Not very many people have  a good solid system for organizing there important documents and financial papers. With it being tax season I thought it would be a good time to discuss some of the how’s and why’s of document organization. Why Should you organize your documents: The biggest reason to organize your documents is […]

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