As AI continues to advance, the tax preparation industry may be in for a wild ride. With the ability to process vast amounts of data and make calculations faster than a team of accountants, these machine-learning monsters may make tax season a breeze for some, but spell doom for others. Imagine a world where you… Read More

How much would you sacrifice to the IRS to achieve your financial goals? The ancient Greeks understood that sometimes life calls for sacrifice. In Greek mythology, King Minos of Crete forced the people of Athens to send him seven young men and seven maidens in retribution for the death of his son Androgeos. They can’t… Read More

    We’ll find out shortly if the court finds Bob Brockman competent. In the meantime, it’s worth remembering that you don’t have to cheat to pay less tax, and karma plays for keeps. So call us before you start shopping for that yacht, and we’ll help you find a better way to pay for… Read More

  After eighteen long and grueling weeks, the NFL is finally into the playoffs. The Cincinnati Bengals proved they could finally win a playoff game after 31 years. The Buffalo Bills proved that the Patriots without Tom Brady are just another football team. And the Tampa Bay Buccaneers proved that any team is a contender with the… Read More

2021 is almost over — a dank, foul, depressing funhouse mirror of 2020 — and for most of us, it can’t end too soon. COVID is still here, taunting us with new mutations every time we finally think we’ve turned the corner. Americans still hate each other as much as ever. The “Real Housewives” still… Read More

  Here’s one thing that’s true no matter what you think about AOC’s politics. Those couture gowns the guests wear to the Met Gala can cost tens of thousands of dollars, and you can’t afford them if you’re wasting money on taxes you don’t have to pay! The good news is, all you have to… Read More

    Waiting for an Asteroid to strike may take a while.  Until then, you’re just going to have to suck it up and pay your share of taxes under the regular system. But there’s good news, too. For starters, about half a penny out of every tax dollar goes towards NASA, including their efforts… Read More

Four hundred years ago, a group of 50 pilgrims sat down with 100 Wampanoag guests for a three-day feast that we now celebrate as the first Thanksgiving. It was a mostly young, mostly male group that survived the colony’s harsh initial year in New England. The menu featured venison and shellfish — while Governor William… Read More

  Back in The Good Old Days, fame was something you  earned by throwing a ball, selling a million records, lighting up a cinema screen, or landing on the moon. Then Paris Hilton decided she wanted to be famous without all that bother. So, armed with little more than a famous family name and fortune, a sex… Read More