As the mercury continues to rise, it is time for a heads-up: now that the sun is shining, hiding your body beneath jeans and opaque tights, long-sleeved sweaters and zipup boots is no longer an option — no matter how much you might want to. The fact is, few of us are bold enough to strip off with impunity the minute the weather improves. And no, it is not a question of being beach body ready — by nature, we are all born beach ready; it is just that seeing your dry and dimpled, pale and pasty skin in the unforgiving bright light of summer after months of winter neglect is enough to give anyone a confidence crisis. To continue, please confirm that you have read and accept these:. You have to agree to pocketmags.
TaxBuzz uses basic business information from third-party data providers. We have built our database from these public records and sources. In the process, some of the data may appear out-of-date. We allow business owners to claim their listings to make sure we are showing the most accurate profiles and contact information. This profile has been flagged as possibly being out-of-date, and it may mean the professional is no longer practicing or has not renewed their Preparer Tax Identification Number PTIN with the IRS which is required to prepare and sign tax returns. If this is your business, feel free to claim this listing and update your profile information to bring the profile to live status. This individual is a participant in the IRS's voluntary tax preparer program, which generally includes the passage of an annual testing requirement 1 and the completion of a significant number of hours of continuing education. Preparers satisfying these educational requirements and agreeing to abide by the IRS's rules are allowed to represent clients whose returns they prepared and signed, but only before revenue agents, customer service representatives, and similar IRS employees, including the Taxpayer Advocate Service. This extremely important privilege is not extended to tax preparers who are not attorneys, certified public accountants, or enrolled agents.
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Sure, it will take some effort on your part and you may never be affected by a disaster, but if you are, you will sure wish you had been prepared. It can become a nightmare, whether it impacts you personally or your business. Business Owners — If you are a business owner, unexpected events can have a devastating effect on your business. You need to be protected from any number of natural and unnatural events, such as fire, computer failure and illness or the loss of key staff, all of which can make it difficult or even impossible to continue day-to-day operations. Good planning can help you take steps to minimize the impact of a disaster and protect your business. The following recommendations can help your business cope with an unforeseen calamity. By identifying possible disasters that may affect you and your business, you may be able to minimize the risks and losses that might occur. A well-thought-out business continuity plan will identify an action plan, safety concerns, applicable computer back-ups and alternative operational headquarters.