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What To Do When You Experience A Sudden Income Increase In Mayfield Heights

I don’t know about you, but I am *celebrating* the end of all of the automated phone calls and ads, now that this election is behind us. And no matter how you feel about the results, I hope we can all agree that it’s good to put all the shouting behind us. Er, well … […]

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One Trump Tax Plan Mistake That Jeffrey Campbell Wants You To Avoid

The internet can be a confusing, anxiety-inducing space. The national news is downright scary (and tragic), and places that used to be the province of baby pictures and goofy status updates are becoming increasingly divided over cultural questions and differences. But on top of it all, finding good information about how to rightly handle your […]

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Jeffrey A Campbell CPA’s Guide to Nailing this Year’s Holiday Budget

Plans, plans, plans. We’re all about those plans. These days, we’re working with a fair number of our Mayfield Heights clients to get ahead of all of the changes to the tax code. Yes, there’s a larger standard deduction next year, and that might make sense for you. But I’ll tell you what DOESN’T make […]

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Key Points On How To Make Sound Financial Decisions (Part 2)

We just wrapped up all the extension returns for TY2017, and can finally place our gaze SQUARELY at what’s ahead. Which is a funny thing to say, because, well … for too many of our clients, we are continuously looking backwards — simply because they haven’t worked with us before the year is over, and […]

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Jeffrey Campbell’s Common Financial Mistakes (Part 1)

You pay your bills on time. You try to save as much as you can. You even follow the advice you read in the books and hear on the radio about how to keep your finances in check. But you’re still not getting ahead. Well, sometimes, it’s the unchallenged, mental assumptions about how we’re handling […]

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Should Mayfield Heights College Students Invest In The Market Or Pay Off Student Loans Early?

As a general rule, most debt isn’t helpful to you. In fact, I could probably state that more clearly: debt can be a massive load on your financial future. And, of course, that is especially true of student loans. Now, much can be written about the explosion of student loan debt over the last decade […]

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Getting Your Mental State Out Of Fear And Anxiety By Jeffrey Campbell

I might be wrong, but I get the sense that many of my friends and clients in Mayfield Heights are getting wiser about the dangers of our digital age. Because they are, indeed, quite real. There is a famous clip of an interview with NYT-bestselling author, and cultural commentator Simon Sinek that made the rounds […]

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Six Steps To Debt Recovery By Jeffrey Campbell

Our hearts are with the Carolinas, and with the cleanup process that is just beginning over there. With all of the the flooding that is hampering efforts to get in and even evaluate the damage, we know this will be a long road to recovery. The slow onset of these hurricanes is a mixed bag, […]

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Five Steps To Help Mayfield Heights Families And Individuals Prepare for Financial Emergencies

With Hurricane Florence barrelling towards the southeastern United States, I’m reminded (again) about how the unexpected can put a big dent into a well-planned life. And as a planner by nature, these kinds of slow-approaching problems (like hurricanes), are the sort of thing against which I’m always on guard on behalf of my Mayfield Heights […]

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Three Key Money-Management Tips For College Students In Mayfield Heights

So, Labor Day is behind us, which means that the FALL is here. Football, cooler temps, pumpkins and more are in our future. And school. School is back in session in Mayfield Heights — which for some parents is something to celebrate, and others something to mourn. Or a little of both! And for the […]

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