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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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02 Feb Barry Good!

Humorist Dave Barry entertained millions of readers with his nationally syndicated column from 1983 to 2004. Along the way, he earned a Pulitzer Prize for commentary, inspired a television series (Dave's World), and even, after mocking the cities of Grand Forks, South Dakota and East...

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02 Feb Mickelson Lands in the Rough

Spring is here, and golfers across the country are busting out their loudest pants to hit the links. Tiger Woods is taking a break from chasing pancake-house waitresses to shank wedges into water hazards. And Phil Mickelson, everyone's favorite lefty champ, is struggling with a...

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02 Feb A Tale of Two CEOs

Every year, business reporters look forward to listing the country's highest-paid CEOs. Corporate chiefs have always done well for themselves — in 1980, the average S&P 500 head earned 42 times more than the average worker. But lately those compensation numbers have swollen fat enough...

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02 Feb Sign “O” the Times

Sign "O" the Times   The artist forever to be remembered as Prince shocked the world with his unexpected death last month at his Paisley Park compound outside Minneapolis. As is often the case when legendary musicians pass away, his album sales have soared. Fellow artists from...

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02 Feb POTUS Meets IRS

For most of us, filing a tax return is a fairly private affair, just between us and our friends at the IRS. But for President Obama and his family, it's a high-profile event. Last week the White House posted the Obamas' return online, and it...

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02 Feb Born to Run

Lots of states get a bad rap. California is too flaky. New Yorkers are too unfriendly. North Dakota is too cold. (Wait a minute . . . you mean we've got two Dakotas?) But there's one state that may get the worst rap of all, and that's...

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02 Feb Where Are All the Americans?

Last Sunday, the International Consortium for Investigative Journalism stunned the world with their release of findings from 11.5 million files leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. The "Panama Papers" blow the lid off the firm's creation of over 214,000 companies, mostly in the...

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02 Feb Start Warming Up Your Texting Thumbs

If you're not already one of the millions of Americans with a smartphone glued to your hands, this story may make you reconsider . . . .   Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has fired up the progressive left with his long-shot White House run. Sanders describes himself...

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02 Feb The Great Eskimo Tax Debate

Spring is here, at least according to the calendar, and you probably aren't thinking much about Eskimos as April 15approaches. But here's a fun story from the Wayback Machine to remind you it's never the wrong time to pay attention to taxes.   Back in 1971, President Nixon...

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