All the news that’s fit to print?

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Things have been changing.  The Ann Arbor News is no longer a daily- but exists on the web.  Newsweek has basically disappeared (but would probably still be on the newsstands- at least today- had Sid Harman not met his demise.) The Washington Post makes a profit- because it owns for-profit schools.  Everywhere we turn, we hear that our news delivery is changing.

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Tax Time!

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It’s tax time.  No, really.

Corporations have to file by the ides of March.  And, those entities that need to provide K-1’s to their stockholders (S entities, LLC’s operating as S) incur substantial penalties for late filing.  About $ 100 per K-1 per month.  (Yes, it can amount to thousands of dollars for those entities with numerous stockholders.)

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Really? This is the Fiscal Cliff Act?

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Many of you know I spent a great portion of my life in the dialysis arena.  From the time I was eight years old, I wanted to develop an artificial kidney.  So, I’ve seen a lifetime- and then some- of changes to the therapy.  From the first “washing machine” devices, to flat-plates that required soaking-spreading-tightening, to the disposable devices of today.

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