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No Rain Date, Ep. 8: ‘Two Angels,’ Tax Talk with Lindsay Albert EA

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No Rain Date, Ep. 8: 'Two Angels,' Tax Talk with Lindsay Albert EA
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In Ep. 8 of No Rain Date we welcome back spirit guide and social entrepreneur Amy Musser, who along with her business partner Sally Chuchman recently started the innovative jewelry business, “Two Angels.” Our other guest is tax accountant Lindsay Albert, EA, whose office is on Main Street in Hellertown–and conveniently next door to Saucon Source. Lindsay has some timely tax information for listeners who are getting ready for returns. Tony Luchini (Lehigh Valley Weather Authority) has all the details about a possible return to winter weather in his five-day forecast for our area.

Tax Changes Have You Anxious? H&R Block in Hellertown is Here to Help (Sponsored)

Est. Read Time: 3 mins

The tax changes that became law late last year won’t affect your 2017 tax return, but many taxpayers already have questions and are looking for answers from trusted professionals. They need look no further than H&R Block in Hellertown, which was founded as a locally-owned franchise in 1980, making this their 38th tax season serving the Saucon Valley.

Wealth Advisor, Tax Accountant Join Forces on Main Street in Hellertown

Est. Read Time: 4 mins

Have you ever thought about how convenient it would be to have your financial planner on the same page as your accountant, or vice versa? You can now take advantage of such a two-person team–in the heart of Hellertown–at the newly-opened offices of wealth advisor Ben Chunko, of Liberty Wealth Management, and tax accountant Lindsay Albert, EA.

Hellertown H&R Block Moving to Main Street

Est. Read Time: < 1 min

The tax preparer H&R Block plans to move its local office from its current location at 66 W. Water St., Hellertown, to a storefront in the Shoppes at Hellertown on Main Street later this summer, Office Manager Kristina Fish confirmed Tuesday. She added that signs have already been posted at the office alerting clients to the impending address change. The move–which Fish said she hopes will be completed by Sept. 1–will result in room to grow and better serve local clients. Additional parking for customers will also be a plus, Fish added.