Don’t let ‘ghost assets’ haunt your bottom line

It’s that time of year to clear away old equipment from your financial statements so you are not haunted by unused and out-of-date equipment that can suck the life out of your bottom line. Unused equipment is commonly referred to as a “ghost asset.” Ghost assets are fixed assets that remain on the financial statement […]

Create your will now for your family’s future

Do you have a will? If so, does your last will and testament reflect your wishes or will the fate of your estate be in the hands of the state? A discussion was held recently with attorneys from the Atlanta firm, MendenFreiman LLP, during which attorney Paige Baker explained that establishing a will puts control […]

Get schooled: Education savings accounts can be a benefit

Parents with college-bound children are undoubtedly concerned with setting up a financial plan to fund future college costs. The goal for parents whose children are already of college age is to pay for current or imminent college bills. The two main education savings account vehicles are Coverdell Education Savings Account and a 529 College Savings […]