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Sherri Mahoney-Battles

The amount withheld from the employee is not excluded from wages for purposes of taxation and is therefore “taxed” money. The amount contributed by the employer is not includible in income and is therefore not taxed. Read more

Prime Times

Much of what I’ve learned over the years has come from the animals on our farm,...She might be an old dog, but I think she’s still up to learning a few new tricks. Read more

, The Insider

Sometimes I will be out shopping or out to dinner, and I will see a woman that reminds me of my mother. I will stare or follow for a few moments unabashedly trying to picture my mother as she would have been in her seventies and eighties. Read more

Good Times

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Katie Nemeth Photography

The work was overwhelming, but rewarding. The grass started to grow and gardens began to take shape. Somehow more and more animals kept arriving at our farm, and we loved watching their antics. Read more

Good Times

If the total of your taxable pensions, wages, interest, dividends, and other taxable income, plus any tax-exempt interest income, plus half of your Social Security benefits are more than a base amount, some of your benefits will be taxable. Read more

Prime Times

Time has taught me that listening to people gripe will not change or improve their situation. Read more

The Insider

A financially savvy person does not have credit card debt and does not have monthly credit card payments. They use the money that is generally used to pay back debt to make current purchases instead. Read more

The Insider

As an outsider looking in, I am a voyeur following from a distance watching the ebb and flow of life’s gains and losses. Read more

The Insider

Understanding the tax process can make the filing process a little less intimidating. Planning for the upcoming tax year can help you prepare for an upcoming tax balance. Read more

The Insider

My mother was famous for her pies and to my delight each pie she baked was crowned with a large letter “S” embellishing its crust. Read more

The Insider

The amount withheld from the employee is not excluded from wages for purposes of taxation and is therefore “taxed” money. The amount contributed by the employer is not includible in income and is therefore not taxed. Read more

Prime Times

Much of what I’ve learned over the years has come from the animals on our farm,...She might be an old dog, but I think she’s still up to learning a few new tricks. Read more

, The Insider

The passage of time has taught me the value of the moments, and every day brings small pleasures worth savoring. The moments in our lives every day with the people, the children, the pets are fleeting, priceless in their value, and irreplaceable. Read more

The Insider

Sometimes I will be out shopping or out to dinner, and I will see a woman that reminds me of my mother. I will stare or follow for a few moments unabashedly trying to picture my mother as she would have been in her seventies and eighties. Read more

Good Times

lavender.png

Katie Nemeth Photography

The work was overwhelming, but rewarding. The grass started to grow and gardens began to take shape. Somehow more and more animals kept arriving at our farm, and we loved watching their antics. Read more

Good Times

If the total of your taxable pensions, wages, interest, dividends, and other taxable income, plus any tax-exempt interest income, plus half of your Social Security benefits are more than a base amount, some of your benefits will be taxable. Read more

Prime Times

Time has taught me that listening to people gripe will not change or improve their situation. Read more

The Insider

A financially savvy person does not have credit card debt and does not have monthly credit card payments. They use the money that is generally used to pay back debt to make current purchases instead. Read more

The Insider

Do we measure a person’s success solely on a bank balance, or are there other factors such as relationships, inner balance, and emotional health? Read more

The Insider

As an outsider looking in, I am a voyeur following from a distance watching the ebb and flow of life’s gains and losses. Read more

The Insider

I remember a conversation with one of my clients several years back...She hated her boss, the type of work that she did, the people she worked with, and she obtained no personal satisfaction from the duties she performed. Read more

Prime Times

Understanding the tax process can make the filing process a little less intimidating. Planning for the upcoming tax year can help you prepare for an upcoming tax balance. Read more

The Insider

My mother was famous for her pies and to my delight each pie she baked was crowned with a large letter “S” embellishing its crust. Read more

The Insider

Scammers contact elders they perceive to be vulnerable. They prey on people that are isolated, lonely, disabled, and unfamiliar with finances or have recently lost a spouse. Read more

Prime Living

Over the years, however, my edges have softened (as have other parts), and my advice comes from a different place. I have come to realize that delivering the right answer isn’t just about knowing the math; it’s about knowing your client. Read more

The Insider

The market has changed regarding reverse mortgages for several different reasons. People are becoming more educated about reverse mortgages and they are losing a lot of the stigma that had them previously labeled as “bad” loans... Read more

Prime Living

Benjamin Franklin uttered these words: "'In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." The good news is that if you are thinking of filing a tax return you must be alive. Here are some tips... Read more

The Insider

...let’s find some ways to take control of your tax situation. The best way to avoid feeling victimized is to be armed with knowledge. Learn what your tax deductions are. Read more

Prime Times

Oftentimes, we negate the effects of small purchases since the outlay seems so small at the time. Read more

The Insider

Capital gains rates of 0 and 15 per cent are now permanent, but a new 20 per cent rate applies for taxpayers with higher taxable income. Read more

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