• Jan 31, 2013

    2013 Federal Tax Changes

    This presentation highlights the key changes to payroll taxes and federal income taxes from the 2012 ATRA. They are from a presentation that was made to registrants at an educational program sponsored by The Regional Caner Center in Erie, PA on January 30, 2013.

  • Jan 04, 2013

    Payroll Tax Alert

    As a result of no action, employees will be faced with higher payroll taxes in 2013.

  • Jan 04, 2013

    New Tax Law

    Congress passed a new law on January 2, effectively adverting the fiscal cliff. Both business owners and individuals should be aware of what this means to them.

  • Apr 28, 2008

    Economic Stimulus Package Facts

    You've heard about. But do you know the details about receiving your piece of the Economic Stimulus Package? Find information here.

  • Feb 09, 2007

    Have You Heard the News?

    There is a credit or a refund available for federal excise taxes paid on long distance services billed after February, 2003 and before August 1, 2006. The credit or refund can be claimed on a tax return which includes December 31, 2006.

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Preparing a Last Will and Testament

    Many people believe they do not need a will yet we believe them to be one of the most important documents you will ever create.

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Retirement Planning

    Retirement Planning is not a luxury - it is an absolute necessity. You have to think about how much you’ll need, when to retire, how to achieve enough retirement income to enjoy the lifestyle you want for your later years and what will the government have to contribute if anything?

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Preparing for Marriage or Divorce

    People who have recently changed their marital status or who are planning such a change may have important financial and legal decisions to make. These decisions might deal with property ownership, providing for children’s welfare, post-mortem planning, and day-to-day finances.

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Estate Planning Overview

    Estate planning, the process of planning how to preserve your assets for your heirs, is not just for the very wealthy. Everyone should engage in some form of estate planning. After working hard for many years, building up a business, and accumulating assets, you should make sure that those assets will not be unnecessarily used up but are preserved for your survivors. Here’s a basic guide to wills, trusts, and other estate planning tools.

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Funding a College or University Education

    We all want the best for our children - for them to have every opportunity to grow and learn and to make a success of their life. The challenge we face as parents of young children is determining how to properly fund our children’s education without draining our current cash flow?

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Having a Baby

    As soon as you start your family, financial planning for the future becomes even more essential. How will you finance childcare, medical bills, food, education, clothing, toys, and education savings? What will you need to spend money on and how much will each item cost?

  • Feb 01, 2007

    Obtaining Financing

    The art of obtaining financing has long been something that seems to have it’s own set of rules and laws. But does it need to be that way? Perhaps not, if you follow a few fundamental tips when applying for a loan.

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