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To help celebrate this holiday season and momentarily forget about potential supply shortage frustrations you may encounter while shopping, this month’s newsletter features a fun quiz about toy crazes from the past. This fun trip down memory lane is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Also read about recent tax court cases that have great tax messages for all of us, five great money tips, and ideas to help your business prepare for surprise expenses.
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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, political unrest and severe weather events, the Tax Court has continued to churn out decisions affecting individual and business taxpayers. Here’s a brief sampling of several cases that may be of particular interest.
Please call if you have any questions about these tax court cases or any other circumstances that you think apply to your tax situation.
How well do you know the holiday shortages of yesterday?
With all the talk around ports being clogged and transportation backups causing product shortages, why not take a look back at famous holiday shortages caused by the demand for the toy EVERYONE just had to have! So grab your family and friends, put away the cell phones, take out a piece of paper, and see who knows more about these true, historic shortages.
Answers: 1. Cabbage Patch Kids, 2. Tamagotchi, 3. Elsa doll from Disney’s Frozen movie, 4. Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii, 5. Tickle Me Elmo, 6. Rubik’s Cube, 7. Furby, 8. Mighty Power Rangers, 9. ZhuZhu Pets, and 10. Mr. Potato Head
So how did you do?
0 – 2 right…No worries. Shortages don’t seem to bother you.
3 – 5 correct…You probably have asked for a couple of these.
6 – 8 correct…You are a cultural icon! Pat yourself on the back.
9 – 10 correct…You are a monster shopper.
Creating a sound financial foundation for you and your family is anything but easy. With low interest rates as an incentive to borrow more and even lower interest rates on savings accounts is it any wonder that it's tough to retain the discipline to save? Here are five thoughts that may help.
Getting a bill for an unexpected expense can put a significant dent in your business’s cash flow. Here are some tips your business can use to deal with a surprise bill.