Tag Archives | Taxes

Congress Adjourns Leaving Taxpayers With A Mess

Merry Christmas from Congress.  In their rush to railroad through the overhaul of our health care system, the Senate left many pressing tax issues unresolved.  The Kiplinger Tax Letter says, “The gridlock could lead to a train wreck on taxes in 2010.  Not only will unfinished business have to be taken care of, but Congress will […]

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Not Enough Money? Just Get More from “the Rich”

Over the past year, Rapid City’s country club rebuilt its 50-year-old club house. An article in the Rapid City Journal on the opening of the new building elicited several online comments, including these: • “And for [those] who built this obscene monstrosity right in the middle of a recession for the rest of us, shame […]

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Save Thousands With Our Year End Tax Tip Teleclass

Taxes are forever changing and this year is no different.  During the last decade we’ve had a major change to the tax code almost every year.  Not keeping up on the latest changes can cost you a lot of money.  Dennis DeSmet, CPA, a long-time South Dakota accountant, will fill us in on everything we need to know […]

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