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February 2013 CPA eNewsletter

February 18, 2013 by  

E-CPA – January 2013

BROUGHT TO YOU BY WARHAFTIG & ASSOCIATES, CPA

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

1. WARHAFTIG & ASSOCIATES, CPA Update
2. Important Dates – Mark Your Calendar
3. The American Taxpayer Relief Act: What It Means to Your Wallet
4. What to Do When Friends or Family Ask for Money
5. Need Help Sticking to Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions?
6. Avoiding Scams When a Disaster Strikes

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1. WARHAFTIG & ASSOCIATES, CPA UPDATE.

Please remember, if you are in need of any financial and/or tax advice during the course of the year, feel free to call to make an appointment.

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2. IMPORTANT DATES – MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Tax season is now in full swing, please call or e-mail to make an appointment.

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3. The American Taxpayer Relief Act: What It Means to Your Wallet
The American Taxpayer Relief Act contains provisions that impact nearly every taxpayer, not just the high earners. Don’t miss out on some now-permanent deductions that could help lower your tax liability.
http://moneymattersnj.com/story.cfm?SID=15712

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4. What to Do When Friends or Family Ask for Money
It’s natural to want to help friends or family members when they need financial assistance. But be careful. Money can drive a wedge into friendships and family relationships. And there are tax-related considerations.
http://www.moneymattersnj.com/story.cfm?sid=15711

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5. Need Help Sticking to Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions?
Over the past five years, 43 percent of those who set finance-related New Year’s resolutions failed to achieve them or to sustain their success. If you have broken some of your financial resolutions, or are worried you will, here are some practical tips. http://www.moneymattersnj.com/story.cfm?sid=15714

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6. Avoiding Scams When a Disaster Strikes
Many people come forward to help the victims of a disaster. Unfortunately, however, these emergencies also bring out con artists who seek to exploit the situation using illegal scams. Here are some steps to take to avoid being conned whenever a disaster strikes. http://www.moneymattersnj.com/story.cfm?sid=15713

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