Newsletter – April 13, 2022

 


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Getting Representation Before the IRS

It’s one of the fundamental rights of all taxpayers: You’re entitled to have representation in dealings with the IRS, even if you choose not to appear at the interview in person. Click through to learn how to retain an authorized representative for that help.






Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

Each years, employees may undergo life changes that could affect their income tax withholding. This is why it’s important to remind your employees to review their withholding every year, especially as they’re currently filing income tax returns. Click through to learn what employees should do once a year.


What To Know About Business Financial Ratios

Understanding key financial ratios can make you a better manager. Once you know what the numbers reveal, you can take actionable lessons from them. Click through for an introduction to how ratios can offer important insights for your business and your investments.






Consider These Tips for Early Retirement

Contributing to your workplace retirement plan, avoiding withdrawals, paying off debts, and setting up multiple sources of income are four ways to retire sooner. Click through for more ideas on how to put your work life behind you at a younger age.


A Fresh Look at Retirement Withdrawal Rules

Strict rules govern the timing of retirement account withdrawals. These rules may change in the near future, but meanwhile, you need to know your responsibilities. Click through for an update on IRS requirements.





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