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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 ...

2019 will be here before you know it. And you know what that means: It’s holiday party time. As the holiday season comes and goes, all sorts of events find their way into corporate America’s winter schedule. Your work may have held a Christmas ba...

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...

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 ...

What You Need to Know About HSA Contributions for 2018

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

Your Chance to Report Offshore Foreign Accounts Ends in September

The IRS has made clear reporting offshore accounts is of utmost importance for taxpayers since 2009, with the release of the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program. It’s reached the point where the IRS has decided to close the program on September 2...

Generous Taxpayers Beware: Fake Charities Are the Newest Scam

American taxpayers are a generous bunch – each year, we give billions to charities that combat hunger, homelessness, disease, and more. On average, Americans donate 2-3% of their income, and in turn claim deductions on their tax returns for a w...

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