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Mid-Year Tax Check-In

Posted by Michael Royer on Jun 29, 2017 8:32:26 AM

 

Last year's tax season may seem like it is just behind us, but the 2017 tax year is already halfway over! Did you know a mid-year assessment can influence your tax outcome? If you’d like to minimize your tax liability and the effort involved with tax filing, let out knowledgeable accountants conduct a review today.

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Topics: Accounting, Accounting News, Tax Planning, Insider, Tax Laws, Tax Tips, BTR

How Much "Accounting" do you need?

Posted by Michael Royer on Jan 27, 2017 11:16:35 AM

Every business, from a Fortune 500 Company to a one-person consulting practice, needs to account for their revenues, expenses, asset, liabilities, and equity in a systematic manner.  Who needs this “accounting”?

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Topics: Tax Tips, Accounting, Tax Planning

Year-End Planning: Businesses

Posted by Shannon Brozyna on Nov 29, 2016 10:33:00 AM

Is Your Business Ready?

As businesses approach year end, each has a unique opportunity to save additional taxes through taking a variety of strategic steps. Businesses seeking to maximize tax benefits through 2016 year-end tax planning may want  to consider several general strategies, such as use of traditional timing techniques for  income and deductions, and the role of the tax extenders (those made permanent and those  expiring at the end of 2016), as well as strategies targeted specifically to their particular  business.  

As in past years, planning is uncertain because of the expiration of at least some popular but temporary tax breaks. Also added to the mix is the far-reaching Affordable Care Act (ACA) and whatever changes to 2017 the new Congress and Administration may make to the Tax Code.

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Topics: Tax Planning

Year-End Planning: Businesses

Posted by Michael Royer on Nov 19, 2015 3:08:47 PM

Is your business ready?

Businesses seeking to maximize tax benefits through 2015 year-end tax planning may want to consider several general strategies, such as use of traditional timing techniques for income and deductions and the role of the tax extenders (if renewed and in the event they are not renewed), as well as strategies targeted to their particular business. As in past years, planning is uncertain because of the expiration of many popular but temporary tax breaks. Also added to the mix is the far-reaching Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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Topics: Tax Planning

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