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The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that passed for the 2018 tax year will significantly impact your small business deductions. On one end of the spectrum, the Act created an important new tax deduction for qualifying “pass-through” businesses. On the other end of the spectrum, small businesses might need to re-think their meals and […]
Small business owners and managers face intense pressure to succeed on a daily basis. Are you serving your customers? Are your employees properly trained to perform their tasks? Are there changes in your industry that you need to be aware of? And, most importantly, what is your financial position? According to a recent report by […]
Cybersecurity was a major issue for businesses in 2017, and continues to be an issue in 2018, specifically the Equifax security breach in September. With security threats and breaches becoming more prevalent as technology grows, businesses need to be more proactive protecting their financial records. Small businesses are especially vulnerable to threats without big budgets […]
An audit is a constant reality for any company because the IRS looks for red flags in business tax returns and randomly selects companies to audit. If you need peace of mind so that you can continue running your business, it’s important to understand the level of audit support your company might require. Consider Your […]
Dear Clients, I am writing to inform you about changes to the estate and gift tax exemption made by the massive Tax Cuts and Jobs Act effective beginning in 2018 that will result in many fewer estates being subjected to the 40% tax, and larger estates owing less tax. Before the Tax Cuts and Jobs […]
Small business owners often go through a pattern of formulating plans, experiencing a downturn trying to implement the plans, and growth when the plans take hold. You might even repeat this pattern a few times per year. So, why should your accounting plan be stagnant? Many small businesses start with a basic-level accounting service trying […]