Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Alex Rodriguez: The Guy we Love to Hate

29/08/13 8:00 am | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  I’m going to talk a little baseball today. It’s been on my mind since hearing about it and then watching a recap of the eventful New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox game on Sunday, August 18. I know most everyone hates Alex Rodriquez, public enemy number one in the baseball world, but just indulge me. For those unaware, Alex Rodriquez and tw...

A Reno Renaissance: Neighborhoods, Nevada Opera, The Biggest Little City Campaign

22/08/13 8:00 am | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  There are so many good things going on in Reno right now, and you don’t have to look far to find them! When you ask the question, What makes a neighborhood great?, the answers include "It's always a bunch of individuals coming in who think the potential for their community is bigger." And "A great neighborhood usually evolves organically...

Is Your “Hobby” a Business?!

15/08/13 1:21 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  In order to have your “hobby” considered a business, you must be pursuing the activity with the intent of making a profit. If this is not the case, the activity will be subject to the IRS hobby loss rules, which provide that such losses are generally deductible only to the extent of income produced by the activity. Furthermore, hobby expens...

Should You Contribute to a Regular IRA or a Roth?

08/08/13 8:00 am | Comments (0) | Posted By:

  There are two types of IRAs that individuals can create themselves, with extremely different characteristics. One is a regular IRA, for which the contributions are deductible. A regular IRA will put you ahead if you’re in a high tax bracket when you make the contributions and expect to be in a lower bracket when you retire and take the d...

Blogging about Blogs – you can learn quite a bit

01/08/13 1:55 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By:

It's my turn again. The dreaded blog is due. What to write always seems to drive the "dreaded" part of a "blog is due." So, I fired up Google News and started reading away. There was definitely much to write about, but I wanted something local. Clicking on the News Near You section didn't highlight any particularly interesting articles, but it d...