Tax Preparing

The Debt Crists: what it really means

With Congress and the President doing the two-step Lindy when it comes to the future of our economy, there is one under-reported fact. Even if the debt level was actually breached, there are safety valves that the Federal Government can implement in order to save itself. So in reality the past government shutdowns, as well […]

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Why was the Affordable Care Act created?

As the year known as 2014 comes to a close and the new year of 2015 creeps closer the subject of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) may start to overtake the conversation of Americans as the Individual Mandate may finally be enforced throughout the country. The question, at times, that has been raised at many […]

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Divorce Settlements and Medicare – by Robert Klein

One of the most overlooked concessions or negotiations in a divorce, depending on how you look at it, is what to do about healthcare.  Sure your attorney and your ex-spouse’s attorney may have negotiated a settlement where one of you has to provide the health insurance for other.  This is especially common when there are […]

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Medical Expense Deduction: “The lost opportunity in retirement”

I’m reminded of one of my favorite television shows when I think of the cost of health care in retirement.  Jeopardy began in 1964 and the idea has always been to answer a question in the form of a question.  So today’s question goes like this:  What is the amount of deductions that Americans failed […]

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