Rich Streitfeld, CPA

Posts by Rich Streitfeld, CPA

Marina Darlow

What to Automate FIRST to Keep Your Sanity

  Being creative. This is my favorite state of mind, and probably one of the bigger reasons I have my own business. As a creative person working for myself, I’ve experienced more than a few moments when stuff gets… chaotic. Can you relate? “I’m an entrepreneur, I’m wearing many hats!” “I’m sleeping less than a
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Richard Streitfeld – Buddhist Mensch

Don’t Be Stupid Keep
Your Business Filings Current

Q: “Why did the State revoke my charter? #$???!! –Cursed in Cranston (Rhode Island) A: Incorporation and organization (the rough equivalent of incorporation for LLC’s)  are established under the auspices of state government. As such, your entities must generally file reports and pay fees, usually annually and to the Secretary of (your) State, to remain in “good
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Guest author W. Parish Lentz

Parents: Give your Graduate and yourselves the gift of 3 critical estate plan documents

Congratulations parents of graduates from high school and college! Time to celebrate and prepare for the next stage of life for your children.  While always children in your eyes, upon reaching the age of 18, all individuals are ADULTS in the eyes of the law, both state and federal, with a slew of rights and
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Guest author Zona Douthit

You Can’t Take It with You, But…

If you have a will—or don’t have a will—your estate must be probated. Probate is a court process where your assets are gathered, bills are paid, and the residue is distributed to your heirs. It can take anywhere from 6-18 months for an average case, partly because Rhode Island has 39 part-time probate judges. For
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