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Important Tax Deadlines
Filing for the 2022 tax season has begun and our engagement letters were sent in December via mail and using SafeSend to allow you to sign the letter electronically. Please be sure to sign your engagement letters as soon as possible to avoid delays in …Read More
Be Prepared for 1099-K Reporting
The IRS Tax law, since 2011, has required third-party settlement organizations such as Venmo, PayPal, CashApp, and Ebay to report transactions over $20,000 in payments per year from over 200 transactions. The American Rescue Plan of 2021 abruptly changed the reporting threshold to $600 per …Read More
Considering Converting an S Corp to a C Corp?
The type of business that you’re running has major implications in virtually all areas of your operations, especially when it comes to federal taxes. An S Corporation (or S Corp for short) is one that passes corporate income, losses, deductions, and credits to its shareholders. …Read More
Filing Married Filing Separate: Could you Benefit?
Married taxpayers generally have the option to file a joint tax return or separate returns, a filing status commonly referred to as married filing separate (MFS). If you are married and you and your spouse are filing separate returns, or are considering doing so, you …Read More
Tips for Staying on Track for the 2023 Tax Year
Individuals and small businesses should consider various ways of starting off on the right foot for the 2023 tax year. W-4 Updates – If you are employed, then your employer takes the information from your Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form W-4 and applies it to …Read More