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Accounting
October 5, 2016
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Hurricane Disaster Tax Relief from the IRS

There’s no way to plan for a disaster, but did you know that the tax code will allow you to claim certain tax deductions for household damage due to hurricanes, floods, thefts, and vandalism? Obviously, good records will need to be kept and more paperwork necessary to fill out, but in most instances you’ll be[…]

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September 7, 2016
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Child and Dependent Care Credit

With the end of summer and start of the school year, determining what expenses qualify for the Child and Dependent Care Credit can save you money come tax time. The Child and Dependent Care Credit applies to expenses incurred for the care of a child, spouse, or dependent while you (and spouse if filing jointly)[…]

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The Importance of Proper Financial Forecasting

It is said that a new small business’s most important year is the first year of operation because it’s in this first year that usually determines whether a business succeeds or fails. One of the main reasons for failure within the first year is due to improper financial forecasting and mismanagement of a business’s cash[…]

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August 10, 2016
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6 Tips to Save Time and Money for Small Business Owners

Small business owners can sometimes find bookkeeping a daunting task when it comes to managing their business and feel that it takes away from their day-to-day business operations. However, successful business owners adopt certain practices and procedures to help them organize the mounting receipts, invoices, and paperwork in an effort to help them stay on[…]

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July 13, 2016
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Upcoming Changes to the Uniform CPA Exam

As you probably already know, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) will be administering a new version of the Uniform CPA Exam starting April 1, 2017. Why the Changes to the CPA Exam? In a practice analysis conducted by the Board of Examiners of the AICPA, which aimed to make sure that the[…]

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