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Here are your articles for April 30, 2019.

David Donten joined the Board of Directors of Quail Valley Charities, part of Quail Valley Golf Club, River Club and The Pointe in Vero Beach. 

David joins three other board members in overseeing grants distributed to children and education charities based in Indian River County.

Throughout the year, Quail Valley Golf Club, River Club and The Pointe host a variety of fundraising events including golf, tennis and bridge tournaments, as well as a 5K run. The money raised during these events is then distributed to charities that have successfully completed a grant application and interview process through Quail Valley Charities.


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CDL is now accepting on-line payments! Visit www.cdlcpa.com and choose the Secure Online Payment button. It's that easy! You will be directed to a secure payment portal where you can make ACH and/or credit/debit card payments.

If you currently receive our invoices via e-mail, there will be a link imbedded in your invoice. All you need to do is click on the link. 

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CDL employees donated gently used shoes to Clark Advanced Learning Center's UNICEF Club in Stuart.

The high-school UNICEF Club organized a shoe drive and set a goal to collect 2500 pairs of shoes. 

CDL made the single largest donation of shoes, delivering more than 300 pairs to the Stuart charter school campus. With more than 100 employees in the Stuart and West Palm Beach offices, employees donated shoes throughout the month of February.

Photo:  Clark's Leslie Judd with (l. to r.) CDL's Martin Woods and Tom Pence

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Spring has finally sprung! Before you start cleaning out your personal or business files, review these guidelines. On the one hand, excess clutter takes up space in your home, office or hard drive — and it could lead to stolen identities if not properly disposed of. But, if you purge too soon, you might not be able to file an amended return or defend against inquiries by the IRS and state tax agencies.
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Financial exploitation of elderly Americans is on the rise, according to a federal government agency. Knowing the common tactics employed by perpetrators of this abusive, often criminal, behavior could keep your loved ones from adding to the grim statistics. Here are some proactive ways you can help.
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You can only deduct losses from a business if you "materially participate" in it. For most business owners the issue rarely arises — they probably spend in excess of 40 hours working on their enterprises. However, there are situations in which the IRS can question participation, as one business owner found out in a U.S. Tax Court case. Here are the facts of the case.
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Deciding which business structure is best for your enterprise can be a complicated process. Here are the pros and cons of setting up as an S corporation to protect your personal assets and trim your tax bill.
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Do you want to retire before reaching your full Social Security retirement age and work part-time? If so, you need to read this article so you can start planning to preserve your Social Security benefits. We'll explain the rules involving how much you can earn and still qualify for full Social Security benefits, along with when you will reach "full retirement age" in the eyes of the federal government.
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