November 17, 2017
2017 has been a frightful year of natural disaster—from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to the California wild fires. All of this has left many asking the question: ”What is the best way to help?”
When natural disasters of this magnitude strike, they tend to bring out the chartable side of many people. For those looking for ways to help, we’ve compiled the following list.
Helping victims of disaster is in our nature, but it’s best to treat charitable giving like any other consumer decision—do your homework and think it through. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us!
If you’re one of the taxpayers who will be receiving a refund, it is likely that you now have a sum of money that you had not accounted for. The IRS has reported that the average refund is $3,120. For a lot of people that is a decent sum of money. There are a lot of things you can do with $3,000, some smart and some not so smart. Well, here are some ideas I have for how to put that money to use in a beneficial manner.
Have you filed your 2017 taxes yet? If not, you still have the opportunity to make sure that you lower your tax obligation as much as possible. With new tax laws in effect for 2018 and beyond, the following deductions will disappear after this tax season—check them out to see which ones may help you lower your taxable income...
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business. And it’s especially vital for general contracting businesses that require financial flexibility for purchasing materials, meeting payroll and paying subcontractors. Also consider that GCs must have cash liquidity in order to receive financing from creditors.