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November 13, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Northwest Volleyball Moves onto State Finals

Northwest Volleyball defeated South River in College Park’s Ritchie Coliseum in three straight sets, 25-10, 28-26 and 25-18 to advance to the State Championship Final.  Northwest overcame two deficits in the second set to post a remarkable win against a determined South River team.  Northwest will face Urbana on Monday, November 19th at 8 p.m. […]

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November 13, 2018 | Juanita Farmer, CPA

Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses

There are a number of end of year tax planning strategies that businesses can use to reduce their tax burden for 2018. Here are a few of them: Deferring Income Businesses using the cash method of accounting can defer income into 2019 by delaying end-of-year invoices, so payment is not received until 2019. Businesses using […]

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November 11, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

NW Rolls Past Churchill 56-20 in Playoff Round 1

Northwest’s football team advanced to the second round in the MPSSAA playoffs as they rolled past Churchill 56-20 in round 1. Northwest scored quickly twice in the first six minutes of the contest to go up 14-0 on the Bulldogs and never looked back.  Eight touchdowns on the night, two each by Andrew Howard and […]

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November 10, 2018 | Daryl Schultz

Paint Branch Defeats Sherwood 42-0 moving on in the 4A MPSSAA Playoffs

Paint Branch High School, Burtonsville, Maryland November 11th 2018 The MPSSAA 4A North Regional semifinal began with an 82 yard Paint Branch kickoff return by #21 Max Davis and within the first 13 seconds of the game Sherwood was behind and did not have any answers.  The earlier regular season contest between the two schools […]

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November 8, 2018 | Juanita Farmer, CPA

Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals

Once again, tax planning for the year ahead presents a number of challenges, this year, primarily due to tax laws changes brought about the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2018. These changes include the nearly doubling of the standard deduction, elimination of personal exemptions, and numerous itemized deductions reduced or eliminated. […]

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November 4, 2018 | Daryl Schultz

Damascus Overwhelms Wootton 54-8

Wootton High School, Potomac Maryland Friday November 2, 2018 Damascus continues to add to its state record consecutive win total by dominating Wootton Friday, Nov. 2. There was certainly no doubt from the beginning of the game who was going to win. Damascus was relentless on defense and incredibly efficient on offense scoring 42 first-half points. […]

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November 3, 2018 | Phil Fabrizio

Rain and Mud Makes QO a Winner

North Potomac, MD Friday, November 2 The field was a sea of mud as the rain only added to the fun or misery depending on which team you rooted for. Ultimately, the slick field favored the faster Quince Orchard Cougars as they improved their record to 9-1 and secured home-field advantage in upcoming MPSSAA playoffs. Despite […]

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November 2, 2018 | Shawn Cartwright

The Puppy Thief Kung Fu Theater

A boy must find the courage to confront the villain who stole his puppy! Kung Fu Theater, The Puppy Thief. Short Film by TCCII https://tccii.com The Puppy Thief features music from three of our artists: Enjoy the soothing sounds of Xia Bing’s Guzheng https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/yue-er-gao-xia-bing-gu-zheng/id371637704 Ney Mello’s melodies https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/black-wolf-red/id908398406 Black Wolf Red’s adrenaline pumping guitar riffs. […]

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November 2, 2018 | Alvin Carlos, CFA, CFP®

When Markets Fall, Do This

In a matter of four weeks, the global stock market has dropped by about 10%. Should you be worried? Sam, one of our clients, called me the other day. He is typically calm, rational and not afraid of opportunities. But he sounded tense. He just saw his accounts drop in value in the thousands. He […]

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October 31, 2018 | Christen Milstead

What to Know: Caregiving for Those with Dementia-Related Cognitive Impairment

Pamela Mills, Ingleside’s Director of Memory Programming addresses some common questions in a four-part series. Part 1 What challenges do people face when caring for a friend or family member with dementia-related cognitive impairment? Assisting a person with a dementia-related cognitive disease can be an all-encompassing life experience that can be gratifying, but also extremely […]

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