By: Meyer WolmanDear Clients and Friends: As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of planning moves that will help lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next. In order to identify areas... Continue Reading
By: Sally P. Schreiber Recommended By: Meyer T. Wolman, CPAAs we enter the final quarter of the calendar year, Congress, as usual, has been unable to pass tax extenders for expired tax breaks. But there are still things taxpayers can do this year. At the end of every year,... Continue Reading
Recommended By: Susan KellerYesterday the IRS issued IRS News Release 2015-99, an update to warn taxpayers about new and improved ways scammers are threatening and fleecing taxpayers fraudulently. We wanted to take this minute to emphasize to everyone that the IRS does not... Continue Reading
Recommended By: Kristin KingBREAKING NEWS – In this new article from Journal of Accountancy, the IRS has just announced that as many as 300,000 taxpayers’ identities may have been stolen by identify thieves. Although the motive appears unknown, it seems likely that the... Continue Reading
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Featuring: Tom Byers and Jerry BeardThe U.S. Supreme Court only Monday overturned Maryland’s “piggyback” local taxes on out-of-state income, but accountants say amended tax returns already had been filed in anticipation of the decision. In this article by The Daily Record’s Daniel Leaderman, Director Tom... Continue Reading
By: Bryan PorterCorporate tax planning and tax savings opportunities can have an immediate and meaningful impact on the finances of today’s manufacturing firms. Balancing daily operations and long-term strategy is at the forefront of every chief financial officer’s mind, and in a... Continue Reading