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Investing comes with risk. A lot of it. Of course, if you’re a seasoned investor, we’re surely not telling you anything new. After all, phrases like “all investments carry risk” are littered across online stockbroker websites, investing blogs...


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Tax havens like Switzerland and Andorra are no secret to the IRS – if you’re trying to commit tax evasion, the consequences could be staggering. You might have an offshore account to make business easier abroad, qualify as an expatriate, or p...

EdgeFinancial-Consequences of Back Taxes

Although both the IRS and the state will work with you to pay back your taxes, there are consequences if you simply do not pay or reach out for an alternative solution. The IRS and most states will approach a standard collection process, by which pen...

Your business’s bookkeeping is essential to maintaining a well-oiled machine with a sound financial engine. Being a little laissez faire with organization, recording, and tracking of your financials not only mean that you’re unaware of your profi...

How to Keep Identity and Tax Theft at Bay

Identity theft is all too common and rising, especially to snatch up tax refunds, unbeknownst to the rightful recipient until it’s too late – $3.6 billion in possible theft occurred in 2012 and 14.6 million attempts were made otherwise. So ho...

How to Prepare for EOY Taxes

2015 is dwindling to an end – here come the holidays, and hopefully a light bulb telling you to get ready to file your taxes. You can now file starting as early as January 20th, and the sooner you file, the sooner you get your tax refund. Ready...

Edge Financial - How to Stay Organized Throughout the Tax Year

Avoid the scramble and the unneeded stress of taxes by keeping organized all year long. Before even thinking about all of the receipts you may accumulate, know what you need to file and form a basis of data that will probably remain constant all year...

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Filing Small Business Taxes

When filing as a small business for the first time or the fifth, it’s common to become overwhelmed with the many facets of the process, or even skip steps. Filing your business taxes is the most important task in keeping your business in line finan...

As the year wraps up, it’s wise to start thinking about getting your necessary tax documents in order to expedite your refund. You can now file starting January 20th instead of January 31st. Prep those W2s stat! How else are you going to plan that ...

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