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How Tax Agents Help Streamline The Auditing Process

As businesses deal with tighter margins during the COVID-19 pandemic, cutting down on audit expenses could save valuable dollars. Tax and auditing issues not only interfere with cash flow, but they also reduce operating margins and interfere with your ability to attract top talent. An efficient audit process helps your company avoid costly fines, tax violations, or bookkeeping errors. The good news is that tax agents help businesses implement a streamlined auditing process. Read More 

3 Guidelines For Opening Your Child’s First Bank Account

If your child has a lot of allowance piling up or if they've recently started earning money by working a job, a bank account can help them learn how to better manage their money and introduce them to the ins and outs of maintaining a bank account. Here are a few guidelines to follow when opening your child's first banking account: 1. Explore All Your Options Today's banks offer an assortment of accounts suitable for individuals under 18 years of age. Read More 

No Money For Bail? Ask About An Appearance Bond

Getting a call from a loved one who has been arrested can make you feel stressed and anxious, especially if you have been asked for help with bail. Unfortunately, you may find yourself unable to help. It is common for people to face financial struggles, which makes bailing someone out of jail near impossible. Working with a bail bondsman often provides a more affordable option, but even then, you may not have the funds. Read More 

Are You Creating A Tech Startup? Here Are The 3 Best Ways To Fund It

For a small tech startup, finding business loans can often be a difficult project. With no business credit history, no proof of past revenue, and little working capital, it can be very difficult for lenders to judge whether or not a startup is a good investment. Many lenders will simply deny anyone that hasn't been in business for over six months. Thankfully, there are a few ways that tech startups can get the capital they need to begin developing and growing their business. Read More 

You Inherited Coins. Now What?

Did someone close to you pass away and leave you part of their estate? If the property you have acquired contains a large coin collection, you might have a lot of money on your hands . . . or not. The quality of a coin collection can vary wildly based on rarity and condition. If you want to get a handle on exactly what you have, here are some tips that might help. Read More