January 1, 2011

Manage your CDs

In these days of historic low interest rates, it’s hard to earn much on certificates of deposit. It is probably best to not lock all your […]
January 1, 2011

Healthcare Reform… The Rest Of The Story

In my last column, I had fun picking on the stupidity of our state legislature’s feeble attempt to make sufferers of the common cold suffer even […]
August 22, 2013

Didn’t pay IRS on time? You could get money back

The IRS is reviewed regularly by the Treasury inspector general for tax administration, also known as TIGTA. It was recently noticed that many taxpayers were charged […]
August 22, 2013

Avoid these payroll errors

There are few mistakes a boss can make that will get a more emotional response from an employee than messing up their paycheck. Right behind the […]
September 8, 2013

Co-Signing Usually Hurts Seniors

You know what gets me mad?  What makes me want to run up to the top of “C” Hill and scream at the top of my […]
September 24, 2013

Big Deductions For Buying New Heavy SUV For Business Use by John R. Bullis

Congress is very open handed with the tax deductions for business owners that buy a new, heavy SUV before the end of the year. The combination […]
November 26, 2013

INSTALLMENT SALES ARE USEFUL By John R. Bullis

INSTALLMENT SALES ARE USEFUL By John R. Bullis Installment sales are a useful tool in solving a number of problems such as business continuation, income tax […]
December 27, 2013

CONSIDER STOCKS THAT PAY DIVIDENDS By John R. Bullis

With the low interest earnings on Money Market, Checking and Savings Accounts, consider purchasing stock in some good, big, quality companies that pay dividends. Your stockbroker […]
January 7, 2014

Taxes and The Yellow Brick Road by Kelly J. Bullis

Anybody remember the lyrics to the Wizard of Oz song about the Yellow Brick Road?  “You’re off to see the Wizard, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  […]