June 14, 2017
From the Firm: Mid-Year is Here!
It’s hard to believe that we’re already approaching the midpoint of the year. Where does the time go?
Now that tax season is behind you, it’s time to look at your finances from a mid-year perspective and make any necessary changes for the rest of 2017. If you have kids of any age, part of your mid-year planning might also involve educating them about using money wisely.
This issue of Advantage has a great article to help you get that process started.
Many families require financial planning to ensure their children with special needs are taken care of. We have provided some basic considerations in this issue, offering a few preliminary pointers to those facing this situation.
From a business perspective, mid-year is prime time for making changes to decrease next year’s tax burden and maximize your profitability. Check out our “Mid-Year Planning for Small Businesses” article to help you understand some of the strategies you can use to improve the financial strength of your business.
Another way to fortify your company is to ensure that you have the best team of employees. Check out some easy ways to reduce unnecessary staff turnover, which are highlighted in this issue.
On the lighter side, we’re ready to celebrate the arrival of the summer season, so we’ve gathered some sumptuous sangria recipes and Hollywood family trivia that you can enjoy next time you’re ready for a little rest and relaxation.
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