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Author: Dave Weishaus

How Denver Investors and Tech Employees Can Minimize Their Stock Tax Bill

Here at Boxelder Consulting, we’re always searching for ways to help our clients navigate through the tax system successfully. Sometimes, this means that we assist our clients in resolving past tax debt by submitting an offer-in-compromise or installment agreement. Other times, this means alerting our clients to a new or seldom used tax break. In […]

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The Stress of Tax Debt: MIT Study Indicates Stress Can Lead to Risky Decisions

A new MIT study recently confirmed what many of us probably know, but don’t slow our brains down to recognize – that chronic stress, stress that is present over time, can lead to poor decision making. Oftentimes I speak to prospective clients that have difficulty seeing their way out of IRS tax debt. They are […]

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Boxelder Consulting Rescues Two Dogs with Charity Partner Rancho Del Oro Veterinary Hospital

Meet Ozzie and Gravy! Ozzie and Gravy are two adorable dogs that were recently rescued by our charity partner Rancho Del Oro Veterinary Hospital in Oceanside, CA. We have loved working with their animal shelter and helping these dogs find new and caring families! For more information on Rancho Del Oro Veterinary Hospital or to […]

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Boxelder Consulting Sponsors Five Runners from Flint, Michigan in Denver Rock ‘n Roll Half Marathon

October 15, 2017 Denver, Colorado Boxelder Consulting, a Denver based tax resolution and accounting firm, sponsored five runners in the Denver Rock ‘n Roll Half Marathon on Sunday, October 15th. A unique aspect of this sponsorship is that this event brought three former Flint, Michigan, the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University athletes back […]

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The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Taxes

Entrepreneurs: What You Need To Know About Taxes (Sports Edition) Being an entrepreneur is an inherently risky (high risk, high reward) and stressful professional path; the financial stakes are often very high and it can require longer than usual hours and effort to be successful.  Add in a lack of familiarity with business taxes and […]

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How to Budget for a Small Business

How to Effectively Budget for Your Small Business Congratulations! You have either started or taken over a small business, not a simple task in its own right. Now what? You want to ensure the future success of your new endeavor, and one of the key components is a well thought out and complete budget. Why […]

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How the IRS Seized Millions From Small Businesses: Equitable Sharing or Extortion?

Estimated Reading Time: 8 Minutes If you’re a small business owner, following the rules won’t necessarily stop the IRS from seizing your bank account. Under loose allegations of business owners making evasive deposits, the IRS has taken millions from small business owners. How they did it will shock you Federal law allows the IRS to […]

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How to Respond to an IRS Notice Letter (or IRS Notice of Deficiency)

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. You have received an IRS Notice letter in the mail. On its front are stamped the letters “IRS.” The pit of your stomach drops and this once innocuous envelope now holds your full attention. What do you do next? Open Your IRS Letter First, open it. It may not be […]

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Why LeBron Gets a Social Security Tax Break

The following article is from bankrate.com ” LeBron James is not only one of the world’s best and most famous basketball players. He seems to always find his way into tax conversations. When he left his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010 to join the Miami Heat, many speculated that Florida’s lack of an income tax was a […]

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