John Coet, Certified Financial Planner, explains that he is a now a fee-based CFP, and he is always on the lookout for investment opportunities for his clients, emphasizing quality stocks and investment-grade corporate bonds.
Fran and John Coet of Westminster, Colo.-based Coet2 P.C. CPAs conclude this video session that provides an in-depth analysis of the end-of-year fiscal problems that spilled over into 2013 and continued to plague Congress.
Fran and John Coet of Westminster, Colorado based Coet2 CPA's discuss the potential impact of the "Fiscal Cliff" and what effect it might have on your business and taxes.
In recognition of the hardships caused by recent Colorado wildfires, accounting and financial planning firm Coet2 P.C. CPAs announced today it will donate 5 percent of its July tax service revenues to the Colorado Fire Training Officers Association.
Fran Coet, principal of Coet2 P.C. CPAs, noted that the wildfires have had far-ranging impact on Colorado communities, and the people who work at Coet2 have expressed deep sympathies for the victims and concerns about the strain that the wildfires have put on local firefighting agencies.
As much as you’d like to, it’s too late to rewrite history on your 2011 taxes—what’s spent is spent (although you do have until April 17th to stash more cash in a traditional IRA to save on taxes, if you meet income requirements). The good news is that you’ve still got loads of time in 2012 to make smart tax decisions, from stowing money in tax-deferred accounts to tracking expenses to selling things at the right time. Here’s what the experts recommend.
We've all heard the popular phrase; "To think outside the box." When we think outside the box, we tend to come up with better ideas. This is especially true for tax preparation!
In the world of income tax planning, the second home is much like a red-haired stepchild – neither a principal residence eligible for preferential treatment on sale, nor an investment property eligible for certain other tax preferential treatments. Sometimes, in fact, the second home is treated as a hybrid – sometimes used as a second home for personal purposes, and sometimes treated as a rental property, with the sheltering that depreciation and business expenses brings to the owner’s tax return.
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