U.S. News names 2024 best graduate schools

Are you headed to grad school? Thinking about it? U.S. News & World Report released the 2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings to help you decide where to apply. Prospective students aiming to unlock the opportunities that postgraduate education brings can explore programs in various disciplines, including business, education, law, nursing, and science. This year's edition continues to [...]

By |2024-04-10T10:44:53-08:00April 11th, 2024|Academics|Comments Off on U.S. News names 2024 best graduate schools

Now is the time to ‘seas’ the summer with the family

Why wait to plan that big summer vacation? As the years go by, 'together time' becomes more limited as schedules become more complicated and kids age – so take that vacation now! According to the Family Travel Association's 2023 U.S. Family Travel Survey, 81% of parents said they are likely [...]

By |2024-02-07T11:11:32-08:00February 8th, 2024|Academics|Comments Off on Now is the time to ‘seas’ the summer with the family

Help with qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property credit

The Internal Revenue Service and the Department of the Treasury issued Notice 2024-20 to provide guidance on eligible census tracts for the qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property credit and to announce the intent to propose regulations for the credit. The Inflation Reduction Act amended the credit for qualified alternative [...]

By |2024-01-20T12:08:19-08:00January 23rd, 2024|Academics|Comments Off on Help with qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property credit

Comments sought on tax certainty, issue resolution programs

The Internal Revenue Service is requesting comments from taxpayers and advisors about improving and expanding tax certainty and issue resolution options for business taxpayers. The IRS Strategic Operating Plan, under Initiative 2.4, highlights a commitment to enabling taxpayers to resolve potential compliance issues up front, through expanded pre-filing and tax [...]

By |2023-09-16T11:14:20-08:00September 19th, 2023|Academics|Comments Off on Comments sought on tax certainty, issue resolution programs

Tax considerations when selling a home this summer

Besides swimming, surfing, and heading to the beach, many people decide to move during the summer. And those taxpayers who are selling their home may qualify to exclude all or part of any gain from the sale from their income when filing their tax return, according to a news release. [...]

By |2023-06-17T09:56:16-08:00June 20th, 2023|Academics|Comments Off on Tax considerations when selling a home this summer

Tax benefits for businesses that have people with disabilities

When employers hire people with disabilities or make their business accessible to employees and customers with disabilities, they may be eligible for certain tax benefits. These tax benefits encourage employers to hire qualified people with disabilities and offset some of the costs of providing accommodations, according to a news release. [...]

By |2023-05-13T11:38:29-08:00May 16th, 2023|Academics|Comments Off on Tax benefits for businesses that have people with disabilities

Economy, layoffs changing spending and saving habits

A new survey that explored people's perceptions of their financial health amidst the current economic climate and its impact on their spending and saving has just been released. "The past year has been topsy-turvy for consumers from an economic perspective, so we wanted to take the temperature of how people [...]

By |2023-04-26T10:49:15-08:00April 27th, 2023|Academics|Comments Off on Economy, layoffs changing spending and saving habits

Ready: Class of 2023 feels stressed but ready for workforce

Despite a largely disrupted college experience, nearly all soon-to-be college graduates (93%) are hopeful for their future, according to a new survey. Four years ago, most students in the Class of 2023 were less than a year into their college career when the global pandemic brought everything to a halt. [...]

By |2023-04-19T09:55:18-08:00April 20th, 2023|Academics|Comments Off on Ready: Class of 2023 feels stressed but ready for workforce

Discover Montana’s haunted history this fall

In addition to its spectacular beauty, Montana is known for ghost towns and historical sites that have tales of lingering souls and spooky spirits. Visitors are guaranteed to have an unforgettable and thrilling experience road tripping across the state to these haunted spots. Centuries ago, Montana earned the name "Treasure State" when [...]

By |2022-10-05T12:55:29-08:00October 6th, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on Discover Montana’s haunted history this fall

Essential personal safety tactics for college students to stay safe

Being away from home is hard enough but according to RAINN.org, approximately one in five college females experience sexual assault through physical force, violence or incapacitation. As college students head back to campus, Personal Safety Expert and Founder of the SABRE College Safety Program David Nance provides essential self-defense options that address [...]

By |2022-08-24T11:22:19-08:00August 25th, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on Essential personal safety tactics for college students to stay safe

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