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As we get closer and closer to the New Year, it’s about time we start looking at the year behind us. Of course, we’re not talking about your resolutions or whether you watched too much TV! We may be serious tennis fans, and we could talk about th...

All aboard! Or maybe we should say, “You are free to move about the cabin.” Either way, you get the picture we’re trying to paint for you. It’s travel season! As the holidays quickly approach, the reality of holiday travel expenses quickly ap...

It’s time to get spooky. Halloween has to be one of the most spirit holidays of the year around Edge Financial; we love seeing people go all out and have some fun. We even have an annual costume contest and face painting for the whole family! Hallo...

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While most people are relative strangers to the IRS, if you’ve ever experienced a small tax issue—or a bigger one like an audit or tax debt—you’ve likely had more interactions with the IRS than you’d otherwise care to. Whatever the tax issu...

If you’re reading this on a laptop, there’s a good chance your dog or cat is curled up on the keyboard and this sentence may just be the only one you can actually read. Assuming you’ve successfully lured your furry friend away for just a moment...

After nearly two decades working with taxpayers from all walks of life to represent them in all aspects of their taxpaying life, we’ve learned that even the most punctual, organized person in the world can forget to file or miss a tax deadline. Ser...

Three cheers for payday! We all know the feeling. There’s nothing quite like looking at your bank account and seeing the direct deposit—or having an office manager slip that paycheck envelope onto your desk on a Friday. There just truly is nothin...

Close QuickBooks and back away from the Excel spreadsheet! Let us explain. We’re not here to knock accountants. Heck, just the opposite! At Edge Financial, we geek out about numbers. We love a good set of company books, and we consider bookkeeping ...

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