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    The 2017 Tax Season Final Stretch: Refunds, Extensions, and Looking Forward

    When it comes to taxes, there are many different types of filers: early starters, procrastinators, among others. Regardless of which one you might be, members of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs have identified tax issues and resources that can help you.
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  • Colleen Krcelich

    Personal Guarantee to Start a Small Business

    Often, entrepreneurs rely on personal savings to start their new business; sometimes they may not have enough available. A trip to the bank to secure financing may be needed. Banks will require a loan to be secured by business assets, including owned office equipment and machinery. In addition, they may require a personal guarantee of repayment.
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