Six Key Year-End Tax Moves That Douglas County Folks Should Consider

Do you see that train barrelling towards the station? The one with “2018” all over it? This calendar year is about to change in under three weeks, and most people I know couldn’t be happier about the fact. But what that means for our Douglas County clients and friends here at Bruce L. Fosdick, CPA, PC … well, ye olde … Read More

Bruce FosdickSix Key Year-End Tax Moves That Douglas County Folks Should Consider

Bruce Fosdick’s Nine Can’t Miss Questions For Year-End Tax Planning

With the Thanksgiving leftovers mostly consumed by this point, we are turning our eyes to year-end matters. And this year, there are LOTS of things to consider as we approach 12-31-18. Because yes — the standard deduction this year has been significantly increased, and it might make sense for you to take that. Or, it might not. There are so … Read More

Bruce FosdickBruce Fosdick’s Nine Can’t Miss Questions For Year-End Tax Planning

Bruce Fosdick’s Reflections On Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation While Our Country Is In Chaos

Is it just me, or does it feel like Thanksgiving week arrived suddenly this year? And how did it get here so fast? With so many momentous events over the past few weeks (elections, shootings, wildfires, and more), it feels a bit surreal — and incongruous, even — to think about pausing for the sake of giving thanks. But, as … Read More

Bruce FosdickBruce Fosdick’s Reflections On Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation While Our Country Is In Chaos

One Significant Habit Of The Wealthy In Douglas County — Generous Charitable Contributions

Now that we have a divided Congress again, we can all sit back and enjoy the gridlock that is headed our way. Or something. I don’t blame you if you tune out from politics — and I also don’t blame you if you find yourself jumping more intentionally into the fray. There’s lots to be frustrated by, and plenty to … Read More

Bruce FosdickOne Significant Habit Of The Wealthy In Douglas County — Generous Charitable Contributions

What To Do When You Experience A Sudden Income Increase In Douglas County

I don’t know about you, but I am *celebrating* the end of all of the automated phone calls and ads, now that this election is behind us. And no matter how you feel about the results, I hope we can all agree that it’s good to put all the shouting behind us. Er, well … maybe the shouting never ends. … Read More

Bruce FosdickWhat To Do When You Experience A Sudden Income Increase In Douglas County

One Trump Tax Plan Mistake That Bruce Fosdick Wants You To Avoid

The internet can be a confusing, anxiety-inducing space. The national news is downright scary (and tragic), and places that used to be the province of baby pictures and goofy status updates are becoming increasingly divided over cultural questions and differences. But on top of it all, finding good information about how to rightly handle your finances in light of the … Read More

Bruce FosdickOne Trump Tax Plan Mistake That Bruce Fosdick Wants You To Avoid

Leading Through Change In Your Douglas County Small Business

Goodness gracious, has there ever been change this year. I’m mostly referring to all of the new regulations in the tax code: the fact that strategies that “used to work” to reduce our clients’ tax burdens might not work in the same way as they did in the past. Politics change, cultures change, and what is happening in YOUR Douglas … Read More

Bruce FosdickLeading Through Change In Your Douglas County Small Business

Delayed Gratification: Staying Focused to Get Ahead (Later) in Douglas County

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For sports fans, that was quite a run last week. The NHL crowned its champion (and the nation’s capital seemed like it was one massive street party for the weekend), the rest of the NBA conceded to the Golden State Warriors, and we witnessed another Triple Crown in horse racing. Now, well … there’s baseball. But this is a good … Read More

Bruce FosdickDelayed Gratification: Staying Focused to Get Ahead (Later) in Douglas County

Focus Training For Folks In Douglas County

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Now that we’re into June, it really does feel like summer is here. The air conditioning kicks in, the days are hotter … and, if you’re like me, “focus” becomes something I have to set myself towards. It doesn’t just “happen” — especially when the days are hot. It might be simply because tax season is now fully behind us, and … Read More

Bruce FosdickFocus Training For Folks In Douglas County

Instilling Financial Literacy For Kids In Douglas County

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Memorial Day weekend can often feel a little disjointed. There we are with our burgers, our pools, our picnics — all while we are supposedly remembering the sacrifice of so many thousands who laid down their lives in the line of duty for this country, and for the sake of our constitutional freedoms. However, when you talk to veterans from … Read More

Bruce FosdickInstilling Financial Literacy For Kids In Douglas County