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Recommended by: Mary Bechtel In a recent article published by Accounting Today, editor-in-chief Michael Cohn informs readers that the Better Business Bureau has alerted QuickBooks users of a new security alert. This new email phishing scheme targets small businesses in an... Continue Reading
Recommended by: Jerry Beard In the continuing efforts to reduce the payment of fraudulent refunds, the Internal Revenue Service and the state revenue agencies are requiring W-2 information be submitted by January 31.  This means the W-2 information will be... Continue Reading

By: Michael Cirangle

As the construction industry returns to prerecession levels, CFMs should prepare for increased IRS scrutiny of their selected tax accounting methods and deductions. From reasonable compensation issues to application of accounting methods for exempt and non-exempt contracts, CFMs need to... Continue Reading

Recommended by: Dan Thrailkill & Frank Brodnax

Is there such a thing as a marriage penalty?  Well…we will leave that up to you, but for tax purposes a “marriage penalty” certainly exists.  The following article discusses the “marriage penalty” from a tax perspective, and an interesting case... Continue Reading

By: Bryan Porter

The following article appeared in the January 2016 issue of CMFA Bottom Lines.  To view the article online, please visit Tax & Cash Flow Considerations for Contractors on CFMA’s website. As the new year begins, here are a few key... Continue Reading

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