The Blog Of TL Wall Accounting

Yearly Tax Update; 2022

Thanks for everyone who’s visited this blog and worked with us in 2021. Here are a few updates we wish to share with everyone as it pertains to our business, your business and taxes in general for 2022.

Normally we don’t have an “our business” spot in our yearly update, but we have exciting news we wish to share. We’ve moved to a new location, though we’re still in the area. Our new address is 403 East Taft Road, North Syracuse. If you’re familiar with the area, we’re across the street from the main post office. Lots of parking in the rear, totally dedicated to use; we’re happy about that. We’re still working on the logo on our main page, but our new address has been updated at the bottom of the page.
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How To Gauge Services You Should Be Paying For

I’ve been self employed for almost 20 years. Over the course of time, I’ve tried doing it all. It’s something that all of us naturally start off doing, but if you’re still doing it after a couple of years it either means you don’t have a lot to do or you haven’t taken time to consider what you can get off your plate so you can concentrate on your business and other things.


There’s a process one should go through when making a determination as to whether or not you should keep doing what you do that’s not part of your career. Below are categories and things to think about that might help relieve you of some of your workload… even if it might cost you a bit of money.
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Being Financially Prepared In The Case Of Death

Almost nobody wants to discuss the topic of death, which also means no one wants to discuss money as it concerns death. Yet every day someone passes away and a family or business is suddenly struggling to survive, let alone proceed.


Admittedly it’s a hard topic to discuss, especially with elderly family members, and the younger you are the less inclined you are to even plan for eventuality, let alone talk about it. Still, deciding not to address this 800-pound gorilla will cause everyone a lot of grief.
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4 Ways To Handle Hospital Bills

The thought about having to deal with a medical bill is scary. It’s mainly because overwhelmingly, most people have no idea what a service or procedure they might need is going to cost. They also have little knowledge of how much their insurance company is going to pay, if they cover the service, and then how much they’re going to be responsible for later on.


With insurance, even if the amount you’d have to pay ends up being tiny by comparison to how much you’re being charged up front, the truth is that medical bills can be higher than you expect. Sometimes they’re so high that it’s difficult to address them and still keep up with all your other bills.
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5 Reasons You Need To Start Budgeting Your Money

It’s been a while since we’ve talked about this, but it’s time to remind everyone again: you need to start budgeting your money. Most people hate when we say things like this but you know we’re telling the truth. No matter how good or bad the economy is, many people end up in trouble because they’re not verifying that they have enough money to pay their bills and pay for things they want instead of things they need.


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When things start going badly, you need to be prepared and know how to handle your money, whether you’re working or not. Maybe you need to dip into savings or go on a payment plan for some of your bills. Without knowing what your general cash flow is you’re going to be in trouble.
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