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We did it again, folks. For the fourth consecutive year, Edge Financial has been named to the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the United States. Maybe our concept of time has just been a little warped from the last year and a ha...


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The stock market is being a real jerk right now. So what does it mean for investing and taxes? It really started on October 10. Over just a couple days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell around 1200 points. While the following week saw gains of a...

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We’re tennis fans around here. We watch matches, have favorite players (Call us, Federer!), and heck—we even sponsor tournaments. The game of tennis is thrilling. However, as tax aficionados, there’s one thing about tennis we just find fascinat...

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School has started. As a kid, this probably filled you with more than a bit of dread. As a parent, it might be a sweeping sense of relief (Don’t worry, we’re not here to judge!). Regardless, in most schools across the country, class is back in se...

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Tax legislation can be hard to understand. And with large bills, it can take quite some time for all the fine details of a bill to be parsed through by experts. Case in point: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Though this $1.5 trillion tax bill was ...

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You may be spending the summer at your vacation home, or renting it out for part or the entirety of the season. No matter the case, how the IRS views your vacation residence depends on what it’s used for. And also how much you use it. We clear the ...

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As a first time investor, you’re likely focusing on how to maximize your gains and minimize your losses. But have you thought about how you’ll be taxed come next spring? The best way to approach the uncertainty of investments is by understanding ...

How the Most Common Life Events Change Your Taxes

Life comes at you fast. When tax season rolls around, you may be surprised to find your financial situation has completely changed. And usually, this is due to a major shift in your lifestyle, career, and family. We break down the 5 most common life ...

What You Need to Know About HSA Contributions for 2018

The rules have changed yet again for HSA contributions for 2018, as the IRS reverses a rule instated this year. Your Health Savings Account may be an essential part of your financial affairs. And the following details will help you understand how to ...

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