What Business Tax Changes Are Coming Your Way In 2017?

If you’ve hesitated to invest in new equipment (or employees) for fear of potential tax hikes or other financial obstacles for your small business, you may be interested in what the incoming administration will mean for your finances. However, even prior to the 2016 election, there were some tax changes in store — many designed to benefit business owners and entrepreneurs. In addition to these already scheduled changes, President Trump has proposed a few tax changes that could dramatically affect the way you and your fellow business owners are assessed taxes on your sales and profits. Read on to learn Read More →

Four Reasons Why Collecting World Coins Is A Fun And Potentially Profitable Hobby

Coin collecting is an activity that almost anyone can enjoy, and one of the best ways to enter this exciting hobby is by acquiring coins from around the world. Collecting world coins offers a lot of advantages to those who are seeking a fun and potentially profitable hobby. Below are some of the reasons why you might want to begin a world coin collection: World coins are educational A great way to learn about countries from all over the globe is to take a look at their coins. Many famous and infamous leaders have had their faces stamped on their Read More →

Should You Take Out a Personal Loan to Pay for College Expenses?

If your child won a scholarship for tuition at a university, you may think your dreams have come true. But the truth is, tuition fees are only part of the expense of a college education. Mandatory fees, books and supplies, and room and board often equal or exceed the cost of tuition. According to CollegeData, the average cost of attendance at a public college 2015–2016 was $24,061. Of that amount, books and supplies accounted for nearly $1,300, personal supplies and transportation expenses totaled $2,661, and room and board averaged $10,138. That means that even if your child’s scholarship covers the Read More →