Four Tips For Long Island and Stamford Couples To Make Money and Marriage Work Together

May 4th, 2018 → 4:06 pm @ // No Comments

Four Tips For Long Island and Stamford Couples To Make Money and Marriage Work Together It seems like crooks these days keep finding new ways to trick people here in Long Island and Stamford into giving them more money. And no, I’m not talking about Congress. Last week, for those of us in the […]

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Three Tips On How To Succeed as an Entrepreneurial Business Owner in Long Island and Stamford

May 2nd, 2018 → 4:24 pm @ // No Comments

Three Tips On How To Succeed as an Entrepreneurial Business Owner in Long Island and Stamford Now that TY2017 is behind us, it is time to turn our greedy eyes towards the savings possible for you and your Long Island and Stamford business in the “new” tax code under the Tax Cuts and Jobs […]

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The Joys Of Providing Professional Tax Services To Long Island and Stamford

April 20th, 2018 → 4:28 pm @ // No Comments

The Joys Of Providing Professional Tax Services To Long Island and Stamford Well, our primary work for this tax season in Long Island and Stamford has just about wrapped up. But notice I said “primary”, there … you see, unlike some professional tax services in Long Island and Stamford, we make it a point […]

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2018 Tax Season Reflections From A Long Island and Stamford Tax Professional

April 15th, 2018 → 7:21 pm @ // No Comments

2018 Tax Season Reflections From A Long Island and Stamford Tax Professional As I write, it’s the day before tax day (which is Tuesday the 17th), and we are pushing hard during this final stretch. Procrastinators in Long Island and Stamford are streaming through our doors, both virtual and actual (after all, we welcome […]

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Develop Your Long Island and Stamford Target Client With These 7 Important Traits

April 2nd, 2018 → 7:18 pm @ // No Comments

Develop Your Long Island and Stamford Target Client With These 7 Important Traits While we’re on the subject of what’s holding Long Island and Stamford business owners back… I wrote recently about how too many of my Long Island and Stamford small business owner clients don’t allow themselves the gift of good delegation. It […]

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The Behavior Profile of Our Long Island and Stamford Clients with the Highest Level of Financial Security

March 23rd, 2018 → 4:28 pm @ // No Comments

The Behavior Profile of Our Long Island and Stamford Clients with the Highest Level of Financial Security The madness of March certainly delivered over the weekend, huh? Plenty of upsets and surprises, which always makes this time of year fun for basketball fans. Or, so I hear. After all, this tournament seems to happen […]

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Three Easy Ways for Long Island and Stamford Business Owners to Develop Delegation Skills

March 22nd, 2018 → 5:00 pm @ // No Comments

Three Easy Ways for Long Island and Stamford Business Owners to Develop Delegation Skills The corporation deadline for Long Island and Stamford businesses is behind us, and we’re taking a big breath around here (while still focusedly working through personal tax returns as well). Apparently, there are basketball games being played.  Not that we […]

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Michael Kessler’s 6 Negotiation Tips To Get What You Want

March 19th, 2018 → 6:19 pm @ // No Comments

Michael Kessler’s 6 Negotiation Tips To Get What You Want Well, the brackets are set — and the nation’s collective basketball madness has begun. Billions fly around every year for this tournament (probably much of it not reported on Form W-2G!), and it’s become a huge part of this season, as you no doubt know. […]

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The Most Likely Reasons Why Small Businesses Fail In Long Island and Stamford

March 14th, 2018 → 8:30 pm @ // No Comments

The Most Likely Reasons Why Small Businesses Fail In Long Island and Stamford It’s always been hard-scrapping for small business owners in Long Island and Stamford. We’ve all heard the old adage: At least 85% and maybe as high as 98% of new small businesses fail before they hit the five year mark. That […]

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Michael J. Kessler, CPA’s 2017 Tax Preparation Checklist

March 9th, 2018 → 7:03 pm @ // No Comments

Michael J. Kessler, CPA’s 2017 Tax Preparation Checklist Lots of things have been changing recently — from Academy Award ratings (they’re down), to mortgage rates (which have been rising), to the effective tax rates for most businesses and families in 2018 (which, you may have heard, have changed!). But we here at Michael J. Kessler, […]

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