Our personal Wealth Management Services provide comprehensive, highly personalized financial planning built on a deep understanding of your goals, time horizon, real world risk tolerance and desired outcomes. Carefully constructed, diversified investment portfolios are customized to fit your needs. We provide global investment strategies that can be selected and deployed to meet your unique objectives both in the short and long term outlooks. We are fee-only, meaning our services are objective and always in your best interest.
We have developed financial planning packages uniquely suited to your own life journey. We emphasize planning areas based on what is most important to you.
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Stapp Accounting Services, PLLC also offers our exclusive iBoss service for those wanting an all-inclusive personal financial assistant package for themselves or a family member. For an affordable, monthly fixed fee, we will take care of your personal accounting tasks – including paying your bills, balancing your checkbooks, tax planning, and producing a monthly recap of your income and expenses. All activity is facilitated online through our advanced web-based and mobile platforms, offering ultimate convenience for you.
The old adage that your company is only as good as the people that work for it has never rung truer than it does today. The cost of hiring—and then firing—an employee who turns out to be the wrong fit is huge. So how do you find the ideal employee the first time? Focusing on these four ‘Cs’ can help:
Quite often we can get so wrapped up in checking projects off the company’s to-do list that we forget to recognize the labor that went into each accomplishment. Acknowledging milestones provides opportunity to show appreciation to the employees who helped you achieve them...
Are you expecting a tax refund? If so, don’t treat your tax refund as ‘bonus’ cash. Rather look at it as simply a return of taxes paid beyond your actual obligation. This will help you think about using this money purposefully. Here are some ideas to try: