Get In-State Tuition in Other States
Students entering college are starting to wise up that cost is an important part of the decision making. In a survey at the University of California-Los Angles, 45 percent of students said that cost was a very important factor in college selection, up 15 percent since 2004. A record half of student said that a financial aid offer was very important in their decision.
5 Ways to Spot Fake IRS Phone Calls
The Internal Revenue Service continues to warn taxpayers across the country of a series of scam phone calls from people pretending to be IRS officials in order to get sensitive personal information. The agency recently issued a new consumer alert to provide taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves.
Long-Term Care Costs Need Planning
Long-term care is probably going to be the biggest hit to your retirement, but few are willing to face those cost square on and plan for it.
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Tips for Starting a Small Business
The 23 million small businesses in this country are responsible for 54% of all U.S. sales, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Do you ever dream of launching your own company? If you do, the Texas Society of CPAs has a few tips to help you get off on the right foot.
Disaster Planning Can Make A Difference
Could your business bounce back if a disaster occurred? A minimum of 25% of small to midsize businesses that close temporarily due to a natural or other disaster ultimately never open their doors again, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. It is possible to weather any type of business interruption, however, if you’re properly prepared. Texas Society of CPAs offers these tips to ensure you’re ready for anything.
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