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Taxes

Is more tax reform on the horizon?

July 27 2018

President Trump and Republican lawmakers currently are considering a second round of tax reform legislation as a follow-up to last year’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). As of this writing, there’s been no actual bill drafted. However, House Ways and Means Committee Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX) just released a broad outline or framework of what the tax package may contain. 

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3 keys to a successful accounting system upgrade

July 26 2018

Technology is tricky. Much of today’s software is engineered so well that it will perform adequately for years. But new and better features are being created all the time. And if you’re not getting as much out of your financial data as your competitors are, you could be at a disadvantage.

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Pass-Through Entities and the 20 Percent Tax Break

January 22 2018

Small-business owners and partners are scratching their heads over the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how the new 20 percent tax deduction for pass-through entities will work. Here's a little background:

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Tax Planning for Small Business

November 1 2017

The end of the year is quickly approaching, and it's time to schedule your yearly tax planning appointment. To take full advantage of the credits and deductions that can save your business money, you should make a point to sit down with your accountant or CPA.

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Important IRS Information about the California Wildfires

October 18 2017

It has been a difficult ten days for all of us in the North Bay area. Thank you to everyone that has reached out to check on us and our families. Your support is very appreciated. Many of you have asked how you can help. If you are moved to, here are a few places that are directly serving the community: 

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Mid-Year Tax Planning for Business

June 7 2017

Don't make the mistake many business owners make by waiting until the end of the year to worry about your taxes. Mid-year tax planning allows you to make changes and adjustments while you still can, saving you time, money, and surprises when tax season arrives. There's nothing worse than hearing your accountant say, "If you had only made this one adjustment, you could have saved (insert dollar amount here)."

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