Clean up your Medical Collection Accounts

Now that the New Year is upon us, it’s time to make a New Years resolution. Mine is I’ll make at least a weekly post in this blog. There was also something about exercising in there, but I think the unofficial rule is the first resolution counts, and the rest fall under the ‘maybe next year’ column. So… Read More »

theLeaseGuy

There’s still time to lower your 2007 tax bill

With the holiday season in full bloom, and the New Year right around the corner, most businesses have fallen into that ‘Friday afternoon’ stage of the year. It’s time to reflect, retool, restock, and revel (although you may want to do your reveling after work!) I want to add one more word to that, re-check. As in re-check… Read More »

theLeaseGuy

The Tax Code that Drove Al Gore Insane!!!

Did you ever wonder why so many small business owners drive large SUV’s? It’s not because they need a big vehicle to project a big image or that they are trying to drive Al Gore crazy. Nor is it because they are selfish, environmentally-unfriendly individuals who would just as soon run over a spotted owl on their way… Read More »

theLeaseGuy

Using Online Tax Calculators

Just like someone who can’t resist snooping Holiday gifts, there are millions of people who want to know as soon as possible how much they will get back on their taxes (or, how much they will owe, which is the IRS equivalent to excitedly opening your biggest, shiniest present; only to find it held a grow- from-home pickle… Read More »

theLeaseGuy

Software Financing and Software Leasing

The title to today’s post isn’t a misprint, although you wouldn’t be alone if you were indeed unfamiliar with the terms. This is because most people aren’t aware that yes, a company can lease or finance software. I’m not kidding, you really can. Now, keep in mind we aren’t talking MS Office here or such. Software like that… Read More »

theLeaseGuy