The President recently signed the biggest tax reform law in over 30 years. When you file your 2018 tax returns — about a year from now — your tax return will look very different. And because most changes don’t happen until then, we have some time to learn about […]Read more
In December of 2015, The Consolidated Appropriations Act was signed, extending the expiration date for PV and solar thermal technologies and introducing a gradual step down in credit values for these technologies.
Under the new guidelines a taxpayer is eligible to claim 30% of […]Read more
Taxes have been around as long as history goes back, and that means that accountants have been around just as long. However, this age-old line of work isn’t quite what it used to be. Even 20 years ago a typical accounting firm would conjure up images […]Read more
According to AccountingWeb.com, they list the following 5 reasons why people leave their Accountant:
Not having a real understanding of the client’s business. This was the biggest single reason, quoted again and again by business people who had recently changed auditors. He […]Read more
Tax time can be very stressful and not just for the people preparing the returns. Positive coping mechanisms are one method that people use to deal with the increased tax time stress. According to the Mayo Clinic, stress can effect you in the following ways: Headaches, muscle tension […]Read more