What Wedding Expenses Can Be Tax Deductible?

Getting married is often said to be a sure way to pay lower taxes. While this is not always true, newlyweds can have a leaner tax return by writing off certain wedding expenses. In particular, couples owning or managing charitable organizations or who paid for nonprofit venues have solid cases ...
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What You Need To Know About Cake Cutting

The wedding cake is undoubtedly one of the most ubiquitous and symbolic elements of any wedding ceremony.  The tradition dates back to the classic Roman era when breaking bread over the bride’s head was a vital fixture of every wedding.  Although times have changed and customs have evolved, the ceremonial ...
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What You Should and Shouldn’t do When Having an Adult-Only Wedding

When you are doing wedding planning, it is entirely up to you and your partner to decide the kind of ceremony you would like. This includes deciding whether to have a child-free wedding or not.  That said, there are certain issues you are likely to face when planning a child-free ...
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Things to Know About Throwing Rice at Your Wedding

Rice tossing is one of the most enduring wedding traditions in the world. As such, many couples don’t think twice about incorporating it into their weddings.  Legend has it that rice symbolizes prosperity, good luck, and fertility, and having it thrown at you and your spouse at your wedding will ...
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Why Your Next Team Meeting Should Be On a Yacht Charter

Achieving sustainable success for your business requires much more than a dedicated team. You also must regularly engage with your employees on a high level, ideally in a conducive setting that strengthens team spirit and further inspires their productivity. If you are in NYC, a yacht charter is one of ...
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Ms., Miss, and Mrs. – What’s the Difference?

When people talk of the stresses and frustrations of wedding planning, they mainly refer to the event’s financing, budgeting, and organizational aspects. Seemingly routine things, like addressing invitations, are usually considered quick and straightforward undertakings; subsequently, many planners pay little attention to them. However, using the wrong titles in reference ...
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