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HELPING OUR PARENTS

If you have aging parents, or even grandparents, you may be seeing that they need you to help and guide them, much as they did for you as child, to help them understand and make important health and financial decisions. They may not think they need your help and be very resistant to any assistance or advice you are offering, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep ...
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JOB CREATION TAX CREDITS FOR YOUR BUSINESS – ACROSS THE UNITED STATES

Operating a business is no small task, and we know how high the costs can get to keep everything running. Waltz, Palmer & Dawson, LLC  encourages you to consult with an experienced business attorney about tax credits that may be applicable to your business. Most states across the U.S. provide tax credit incentives to companies that create jobs or invest in certain industrie...
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R&D) TAX CREDIT – REDUCE YOUR TAX LIABILITY

Has your business developed or designed a new product or process? Has it improved upon an existing prototype or software? Has your company in any way done research to develop a different product or method of production? If so, your company might be eligible to claim the federal Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. WHAT IS THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R&D) TAX CREDIT? ...
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THE ILLINOIS EDGE TAX CREDIT – DOES YOUR BUSINESS QUALIFY TO SAVE YOU MONEY?

The State of Illinois recently brought back the EDGE tax credit for companies that conduct business in Illinois, which means there is a chance your business could save a significant amount of money in the coming year. Find out whether your business is eligible, how much you can save, and the steps you need to take in order to apply. WHAT IS EDGE? EDGE stands for Economic Deve...
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A LOVED ONE HAS DIED – WHAT MUST BE DONE?

When your family suffers the loss of a loved one, emotions run high and it seems that everyone, or no one, knows what needs to be done with that person’s assets. Did they have a Will? Did they have a Revocable Living Trust? Was their home or their checking account titled jointly with someone? Did they have life insurance or IRA accounts? What should the named Executor or Trustee do now...
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