Monthly Archives: December 2010

FaceBook Critical Alert re Tagged Photos

Everyone is at risk for getting their faced “tagged” in a photo – and you can’t stop it! You may not want that old fraternity party – or other – picture floating around the web with your face tagged!! Here … Continue reading

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Clearing Up Confusion re New 2% Payroll Tax Reduction

The new 2010 Tax Reduction Act reduces every EmployEE’s payroll tax by 2% for all of 2011 only. This means a savings up to $2,136 for employees making at least the FICA wage base of $106,800. A few points to note: … Continue reading

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Great Depreciation Gift in New Tax Act!

The 2010 Tax Relief Act just passed did much more than just extend the Bush Tax Cuts. In addition to the headlines on the evening news (Does anybody watch that any more?!?), there are some fantastic changes to depreciation. Folks … Continue reading

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Pew Report: Only 6% of Americans Use Twitter

Now this figure makes more sense than focusing on reports of “tens of millions of users”. Young adults (age 18-29) and minorities are the primary users. So don’t feel left out if you don’t tweet and don’t “get it”. Full report … Continue reading

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A Dying Banker’s Last Financial Instructions – Your Money – NYTimes

A Dying Banker’s Last Financial Instructions – Your Money – NYTimes.com. This article from The New York Times tells the story of Gordon Murray, who has brain cancer and is the co-author of The Investment Answer. Murray, a former Wall Street … Continue reading

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