Facebook & Instagram Changes: How to Stay Ahead of Them

Social media continues to be a cornerstone for online marketing, with growing importance as Millennials and Gen Zers gain more and more purchasing power. What once was a low-cost option for marketing and advertising, today, you won’t make much of an impact on your social platforms without allocating some money towards it. With Facebook and Instagram’s upcoming algorithm changes, plan to develop a social media budget in your 2020 marketing plan. Read More

Refresher Course on Deductibility & Accounting Related to Meals & Entertainment Deductions

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made several changes to deductions for meal and entertainment expenses. I went through these changes in my blog of January 2018, explaining that many of the expenses that were either 100% or 50% deductible were changed to being only 50% or not deductible at all. The biggest change was that entertainment expenses would no longer be deductible at all.

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Mindful Matters

The world is a very busy place indeed, you could call it a matter of “busyness”. In the 19th century, life of the well-off was measured by how much leisure time people had. Now, it’s the exact opposite! American “worth”, status or symbolism is measured by our busyness. Fearing idleness and desiring busyness in search for meaning and motivation in our lives is where we’re at.

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