How to Increase Your Social Security Benefits

David ArndtContent Library

Many future retirees are seeking ways to maximize their retirement income. Once retired they may plan to take more trips,  they may have more healthcare costs, or they may need to cover their living costs. The good news is that there is a way to increase your social security benefits by 8%. If you draw Social Security benefits at your …

From Eval IRIS to Valiant

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  As a child I watched the superhero cartoons and read the comic books.  At the time I found I was more fascinated with the villains. They had the cooler costumes and had the latest technology and gadgets. The villains appeared to just have more fun!  And who doesn’t want to have fun, right? The villains also had the beautiful …

What It Is Like To Be A Superhero

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Like so many kids, I grew up wanting to be a superhero. So when I had the opportunity to become a D.K. Arndt superhero, I did not hesitate. Being T.P Man has brought me great pride and honor. Saving someone in distress from E Val Iris is what you got to see. Throwing pens with speed and accuracy may be …

Sharon Millers, AFLAC

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The D.K. Arndt team explains complex tax issues in a way that’s easy for me to understand! Sharon Millers, AFLAC

Joe McFarland, Belmond Drive-In

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I don’t have time to handle all the bookkeeping and payroll tax paperwork involved with our restaurant. D.K. Arndt takes care of it for me. Thanks! Joe McFarland, Belmond Drive-In

What Receipts are Important to Keep for My Taxes?

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It can be overwhelming to think about what receipts and papers are necessary to keep when filing your taxes. It is important to have information about your income, adjustments to your income, itemized tax deductions and credits, and taxes you’ve paid. What does all this mean? Let me show you a few examples of documents to keep for your taxes. …

Submitting a FAFSA: How Can this Affect my Taxes?

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What is FAFSA? FAFSA is a form completed each year by college students to determine eligibility for student financial aid. There are many sources of financial aid available. Loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study funds all affect taxes differently. Student loans are not considered taxable income. You are expected to pay back the lender, so loans are not considered a source …

Tax Prep: After the Pandemic

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COVID-19 had an effect on most business’ way of working during 2020. We continue to follow the same practices from the 2020 tax year to the 2021 tax year. We are continuing to receive drop offs rather than meeting in person. Remember some key points when dropping off your documents: If there is anything unusual about any of your documents, …