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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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15 Jan Look What’s Hiding Here

Everyone understands the concept of a "tax haven" — a delightfully sunny island somewhere in the subtropics, or a cozy European duchy tucked away on a scenic Alpine lake. Perhaps the global rich who take advantage of these safe deposit boxes just want someplace nice...

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08 Jan War is Hell. Taxes, Too.

Moviegoers the past few years could be forgiven for thinking comic books had taken over Hollywood. So much of the "sophisticated adult drama" that grownups used to see in theaters has migrated to streaming video, that it seems suburban multiplexes are reserved for Batman, Superman,...

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20 Dec All the Tender Sweetness of a Seasick Crocodile

Would you believe that Spotify offers over a million Christmas songs? There’s something for every taste. The best of them, like Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti's magnificent "O Holy Night," are sublime evocations that lift the human spirit. Some, like Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas is You,"...

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11 Dec Here’s Where the Bodies Are Buried

Between 1983 and 1985, mobster Whitey Bulger whacked three people and buried them under the dirt-floor basement of a house in Boston's working-class "Southie" neighborhood. Bulger, an FBI informant who inspired Jack Nicholson's character in The Departed, vanished after his handler tipped him off that he...

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04 Dec Dirty Money

Let's say you need someone to help you do something really important. Would you settle for someone who just Googled it? Would you look for someone with the right professional license? Or would you hold out for the guy who literally wrote the book on...

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27 Nov THAT’S A LOT OF GRAVY!

Back in 1621, a group of hardy Pilgrims sat down for a three-day festival of thanksgiving to celebrate surviving plague, starvation, cold, scurvy, Indian attack, and all the other obstacles that made life in the "new world" so delightful. They feasted on game birds, flint...

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20 Nov Cherished Family Holiday Memories

Next week brings us the most quintessentially American of all holidays. It's the one we wait for all year, the one that truly captures those ideals that bind us together as a nation, and the one that bridges the cultural and political gaps that threaten...

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13 Nov Gold Star Glitch

On Monday, Veterans Day commemorated those brave and selfless Americans who've served in our military. We honor them with History Channel specials, parades, and one-day-only sales on chicken sandwiches and big-screen TVs.   Occasionally, we even let the occasion guilt us into trying to do a better...

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06 Nov TurboTaxed

Turn the dial on the Wayback Machine to 1849, and join us in California, where "there's gold in them thar hills!" Two kinds of people are getting fabulously rich. Obviously, there are the prospectors, grabbing their shovels and racing for the latest strike. Then there...

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