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Executive Benefit Strategies, Inc. is a company that specializes in helping business owners move money from their business pocket to their personal pocket in a tax advantaged manner.
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06 Feb Will It Blend?

If you've spent any time on the internet, you know it's a vast rabbit hole of places to waste precious minutes of your life. "Will it Blend?" is one of those places, a video series showing off the Blendtec line of blenders. The videos feature the company's founder, smiling...

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06 Feb Moneyball? Ehhh, Not Really?

America is a nation divided. Cat people vs. dog people. Trump people vs. Clinton people. And last week, we discovered a new gulf to bridge: "Brad" people and "Angelina" people. That's right, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are filing for divorce after two years of...

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06 Feb Zero Tax Thirty

Matt Bissonnette grew up in a dinky flyspeck of a town off the Alaskan coast that you can't get to without a boat or a plane. He ultimately escaped to join SEAL Team Six, the Navy's most elite counterterrorism force. He took part in the...

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06 Feb Ahoy, Mateys!

Labor Day has faded into memory, and before you know it, the holidays will be here. Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the year-end Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa cavalcade of commercialism are the obvious "Big Three." But in all the holiday season hype, it's easy to overlook a newer celebration that...

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06 Feb Red Tax Rising

Novelist Tom Clancy shot to the top of the best seller lists when former president Ronald Reagan called his debut, The Hunt for Red October, "the best yarn." His stories featuring CIA analyst-turned-president Jack Ryan redefined the "techno-thriller" genre, with hyper-realistic plots that foreshadowed real-world developments....

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06 Feb Have a Coke and a Tax

When most of us hear the word "tax," we immediately think "IRS." It's natural to associate those three-letter words with each other (even if "IRS" is an acronym and not a word). But our friends at the IRS are hardly the only tax collectors with...

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06 Feb Back to School Tax Time

Now's the time of year when kids across America start heading back to school. New kindergartners eagerly don their snazziest big-kid outfits to pose for smiles and pictures. (The tears come after they get dropped off. We're talking the mom and dad, of course.) New high-schoolers hit...

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06 Feb Go for the Gold

For awhile there, it looked like the just-concluded Rio Olympics would be a carnival of chaos. Golfers boycotting to avoid the Zika virus? Check. Swimmers making their way through raw sewage? Check. And those were just the disasters we anticipated before the opening ceremonies! Who could have...

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06 Feb Up in Smoke

The Mafia. The Mob. La Cosa Nostra. Call it what you will, this "certain Italian-American subculture" has a long and storied history. Mobsters like Al Capone, Henry Hill, and John Gotti have become folk heroes of a certain sociopathic sort. Fictional mobsters make special guest...

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