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Cultivating Gratitude for Thanksgiving 2020 in Queens

Cultivating Gratitude for Thanksgiving 2020 in Queens

I think we all need this week. 2020 has been *so hard*, for so many in Queens (and far beyond!). And it’s not over yet — from continued electoral fighting, to spikes in virus cases and increased governmental restrictions all over the place, and (of course) the murder hornets. But with the inexorable passing of […]

Salvatore Candela’s Tax-Wise Charitable Giving Strategies

Salvatore Candela’s Tax-Wise Charitable Giving Strategies

Fatigue. Lockdowns, election politics, masks — we THOUGHT we might be done with these things by now … but nope. And I bet you’re tired of it all. Most Queens people are, aside from the zealots on every side. And I get it. That doesn’t mean these things aren’t important (they obviously are), but a […]

Salvatore Candela’s Seven End of Year Tax Planning Strategies

Salvatore Candela’s Seven End of Year Tax Planning Strategies

Here we are, a week past the election, and it’s looking like the year 2000 all over again, with a long, drawn-out process until there is final certification of this election. Back then, it took a full five weeks for all of the legal process to play out. Hopefully, by the end of this process, […]

The TaxAdvocate Group, LLC’s thoughts on Healthy Skepticism in light of the 2020 Election

The TaxAdvocate Group, LLC’s thoughts on Healthy Skepticism in light of the 2020 Election

Believe it or not, we’re very busy around here. While the nation’s eyes are fixated on political things, we’re spending our days working hard on behalf of our clients right here in Queens (and beyond, of course), talking through tax-advantaged financial moves, entity formations, retirement options, and more. Simply put, we’re here for you, no […]

Effective Financial Documentation Strategies for Queens Taxpayers

Effective Financial Documentation Strategies for Queens Taxpayers

A few timely things to get to, before I offer you my thoughts on a good task for you to do this week… First of all, the IRS has apparently caught up on processing their backlogged mail that stacked up during COVID closures. Or, well enough, they say. That means that they are now resuming […]

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