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Tax Breaks for Small Farms and Agribusiness in Sacramento Valley

Most large farm owners in the Sacramento Valley know about agriculture-related tax breaks such as the California partial sales and use tax exemption for farm equipment, machinery, and diesel fuel used in producing and harvesting agricultural products. Smaller farmers in … Continue reading

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Bishop the Office Curate goes to Barktoberfest!

I know it’s been awhile since you’ve heard from the Office Curate, so I thought I would blog all about our recent trip to a local, fun and animal benefiting festival! On Sunday, October 5, 2014, my sister Ziva and I … Continue reading

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Bishop the Office Curate visits Woofstock 2014

For the past seven years, Rocklin has hosted the premier canine festival in Northern California, known as Woofstock.  Woofstock isn’t just a happening place for canines, its human fundraising helps support over 20 local dog rescue organizations.  Since it’s in … Continue reading

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Disability insurance: When are benefits taxable?

Have you wondered what would happen if you were unable to work for an extended period of time?  Could disability insurance as part of your financial plan? If so, the next decision is how to pay the premiums. Here’s why: … Continue reading

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Rethink Your Capital Gains Strategy for 2012

The typical investment advice at year-end is to sell losing stocks to offset gains you have taken for the year. This year that strategy may just be the wrong way to go. Here’s why. The maximum rate on long-term capital … Continue reading

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Big Tax Changes Coming. Plan now.

October is the perfect month for tax planning. Enough of the year has passed for you have a good handle on sales, revenue and profits and there is still time to make adjustments to your business to protect your assets … Continue reading

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Changes to consider for 2012

As the 2011 tax season winds down and we look to prepare for 2012 taxes, I noted a couple of things for you to consider changing in your business. First, switch to paper bank statements.  On-line is great put no … Continue reading

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