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Tax tips for small businesses and high net worth Floridians

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Tax tips for small businesses and high net worth Floridians

Teresa Burney | 9/28/2016

We interviewed financial advisors around the state and asked them the best financial moves for small-business owners and high net worth individuals to cut taxes. Interviewed are: Dwin Horne, Shareholder/Vice President/Director of Tax at Ennis Pellum & Associates in Jacksonville; Kurt A. Alter, CPA/Shareholder at Moore Stephens Lovelace CPAs & Advisors in Orlando; William G. Shelton Jr., CPA at LBA Group, Jacksonville.

Also in this package on Finance in Florida: “No De Novos” looks at how market conditions and red tape make bank startups non-existent; Bank Holding Companies in Florida – a list of largest bank holding companies in the state; Accounting Firms in Florida lists top firms by number of employees.

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