Tag Archives: Taxes

Dale Farland

Feb 26 2014

Consolidate Your Assets with IRA Rollovers


IRA Rollover

If you are making a career move, getting ready to retire, or have already retired, you should consider consolidating your retirement assets into one place. Why roll your funds into one IRA? Contrary to your mother telling you to “not …
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Todd Shaull

Feb 21 2014

Unlock Your Home’s Equity


Unlock Your Home's Equity

Your home’s equity can be a great resource for making home improvements, purchasing a new or used vehicle, college tuition, vacation, paying unexpected bills, and more.

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Susan Moore

Feb 03 2014

Avoid These Common Tax Filing Errors


Common Tax Filing Errors

Some of the most common errors in tax preparation are preventable. If you are filing your own taxes this year, avoid these errors and save yourself any hassles or delays in receiving your tax return. According to the IRS website, …
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Jeff Ritchie

Jan 31 2014

Tips for 2013 Year-End Tax Planning


2013 Tax Planning

We have now officially entered tax season. Below are a few helpful tips to keep in mind while preparing your 2013 taxes.

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Brad Langguth

Jan 07 2014

Business Tip: Iowa Property Tax Reform


January 15th is the Iowa Property Tax Reform Date for Business and Industry.

During the 2013 legislative session, the Iowa legislature enacted a property tax reform bill to reduce property taxes on business and industry. Signed by Governor Terry Branstad in June 2013, this legislation included a Business Property Tax Credit which is …
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