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April 26, 2018

32% Of Self-Employed Workers Admit They Under Report Taxable Income

A new survey released by QuickBooks Self-Employed reveals 32 percent of self-employed workers admit to not reporting all their income. The data further reveals that 36 percent don’t do taxes at all. […]
April 26, 2018

5 warning signs of workplace burnout, and what to do about it

Work can be stressful: running from meeting to meeting, juggling deadlines, dealing with rude customers or callous bosses and a never-ending string of emails. There comes a point when it […]
April 26, 2018

4 reasons why failure can lead to spectacular success

I grew up with a strong dislike for the f-word. It wasn’t a word I was comfortable using, and I don’t think I’m the only one. After all, failure is […]
April 26, 2018

The ideal time to review your finances

With the income tax deadline behind them, many Americans are eager to file away their financial records until next year. But experts advise not putting those documents away just yet […]
April 17, 2018

Are client meals deductible after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act?

Of the many changes to the tax law made by P.L. 115-97, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), few are more confusing to taxpayers and […]
April 13, 2018

Follow These 3 Steps to Meet Your Financial Goals

If you want to reach your financial goals (big or small), it’s time to get schooled in financial literacy. Don’t worry. It isn’t as complicated as it sounds. Read on […]
April 12, 2018

The Science Of Happiness, In Four Simple Work Habits

One happiness researcher believes we’re all capable of becoming happier in our jobs. It just takes a little bit of deliberate practice. There might be many reasons why your job […]
April 12, 2018

A 9-min guide to a less painful entrepreneurial journey

Every time I share my story of building JotForm to 3.5M users with no outside investment, I hear one particular phrase often: “I’m happy you didn’t sell your soul to […]
April 12, 2018

What taxpayers really think

Taxpayers hate cheating, but are less likely to think it’s their responsibility to report it, and while they trust the IRS as a source of information (just a little bit […]
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