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Mission Statement

Our mission is to help our clients achieve their objectives by providing the highest quality accounting, audit, tax and related financial and insurance services. We appreciate that awareness and personal attention to every client are critical to our shared success. We incessantly strive to provide exceptional, industry specific services while promoting our clients and a dynamic work environment that is rewarding professionally and personally for all our clients and employees.

Principles Statement

To achieve our mission and goals, everyone at The NestEggg Group, EgggsAct Tax & NestEggg Investment Advisors share the same core values:

  • Trustworthiness and Integrity – Meet our professional responsibilities in an ethical and fair manner
  • Superiority – Provide services of the highest quality to our clients that consistently exceed their expectations
  • Professionalism and Familiarity ‐ Ensure that our partners and staff are continually learning, growing, and are recognized as front-runners in their fields
  • Poise and Detail – Treat every individual and relationship with dignity and respect
  • Culture – Sustain a professional work environment where our culture promotes the importance of staff development, career advancement, and work-life balance
  • Community and Philanthropy – Support the communities in which we live, work and play with our combined human and economic resources
From our blog...

MasterCard will allow you to verify online payments with a facial scan or a fingerprint.  “The new generation, which is into selfies … I think they’ll find it cool. They’ll embrace it,” said Ajay Bhalla, who’s in charge of coming up with innovative solutions for MasterCard’s security challenges...  This is MasterCard’s way of cutting down fraud," reports Fox13Now.com.

Mariah Carey may be worth millions but when she hangs out with her billionaire boyfriend and his friends she's the poorest of the bunch!  Makes you think about your own investments, right?

The NestEggg Group, located in Palm Springs, California and Seattle, Washington, has strategically grown into a company that can handle all accounting, insurance, tax, and investment needs of businesses and individuals.

Time.com reports, "The 6-3 majority opinion in King v. Burwell upholds subsidies to millions of Americans buying health insurance through Obamacare, but it does so in relatively bloodless language about deferring to congressional intent.  But the fiery dissent from conservative Justice Antonin Scalia — joined by Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito — features a number of zingers, applause lines and harshly worded criticism."

Enter the timeless world of Modernism Week through the perspective of four close friends as they divide and conquer the arts and culture scene in Greater Palm Springs.

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Now open and as reported on their official website, "Palm Springs Safe Access, Inc., a California mutual benefit corporation, is a not-for-profit medical cannabis dispensary offering a modern, sophisticated environment for qualified patients to access affordable, high-quality, safety-tested medicine. On the cutting edge of science and technology, PSSA employs operational best practices to ensure a positive and comfortable experience for patients. PSSA offers a compassionate and holistic perspective on patient care. With its sister organization — Palm Springs Health and Wellness Center, a 501(c)(3) corporation — PSSA can tailor patient care to meet the distinctive needs of the individual patient through an appropriate combination of safe, high-quality medicine and wellness services such as acupuncture, massage therapy, counseling, and yoga. PSSA strives to be a model corporate citizen, partnering with other organizations to help improve the community's collective health."

TetonGravity.com reports, "Have you ever wanted to go back to the glory days of summer camp and not have to hide the weed your stole from your older brother in your footlocker? Have you ever wanted to sleep in a tiny home in the Colorado wilderness and wake up with a catered Wake and Bake? Would you be interested in taking culinary cannabis cooking classes with an experienced chef in a professional kitchen? I thought so..."

WSJ.com reports, "The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a pillar of the Affordable Care Act, rescuing for the second time the most ambitious social program in nearly 50 years and ensuring that the law's ultimate fate will be in the hands of the political process. The 6-3 ruling, written by Chief Justice John Roberts, upheld a signature achievement of President Barack Obama's tenure. In buttressing the health law's legal foundation it raised the odds that it may become as entrenched as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid."

On June 26, 2015, the day of the historic supreme court marriage equality decision, TheStreet reported on YouTube, "There are financial implications for individuals and businesses following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that legalizes same-sex marriage nationwide. Janice Cowhey, a partner at Marcum, said the ruling will impact the economy and that the marriage business will boom. Cowhey serves as Co-leader of the LGBT and Non-Traditional Family Practice Group at Marcum. For businesses, there will be an impact on employee."

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Leafly.com reports, "A monumental announcement was just published hot off the White House press that the Obama Administration will be making a crucial reduction on restrictions that have tied the government's hands on marijuana research policy.  Up until now, all marijuana research that is not funded by the government must go through a Public Health Service review, a requirement that applies to cannabis research only; no other controlled substances listed as Schedule I under the Controlled Substances Act are subject to the same process. As a result, the review process has been criticized by researchers and lawmakers alike."

President Obama delivered remarks in the Rose Garden after the Supreme Court upheld a critical part of the Affordable Care Act, ensuring millions of Americans could keep their quality, affordable health care coverage. June 25, 2015.

Reports Urban.org, "Having health insurance is important for several reasons. Uninsured people receive less medical care and less timely care, they have worse health outcomes, and lack of insurance is a fiscal burden for them and their families. Moreover, the benefits of expanding coverage outweigh the costs for added services."

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