Two Common Types of Email Fraud

We are about to enter (arguably) the busiest season of the year: kids are going back to school and back-to-back holidays. All of us are so busy with our personal lives that some things will inevitably fall to the wayside. Your financial assets should not fall into that category.

Small Business Owners and New Tax Law Changes for 2018

With the tax law changes that were implemented last December, many are still trying to figure out what it ultimately means for everyone, including the government’s budget deficit. While the debate rages on about the ultimate effect of this tax bill, the best answer is that we won’t really know the full effects for several years, both positive and negative. There is, however, some certainty as it relates to small business owners.

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Protecting Your Identity During the Holidays

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In His Own Words - Dave Huber’s Take on Financial Advice and the Industry

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  David J. Huber, CFP® founded Huber Financial Advisors,…