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Blog Month: July 2019

2019 may be a great time to buy business equipment

Has your business invested in any capital assets in 2019, or are you considering adding any depreciable assets in the current year? The good news is the Section 179 depreciation

Charity Volunteer Hours: Do you get a tax break?

Volunteering is a great way to contribute your time and skills to a cause close to your heart.  Unfortunately, when you donate time and services, you are NOT allowed a

Tax Treatment of Social Security Benefits

During your working days, you pay Social Security tax in the form of FICA/Medicare payroll tax withholding from your salary (or, if self-employed, is paid as self-employment tax on your
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Protecting Those You Serve

Churches and all places of worship are expected to demonstrate integrity and accountability. Thus, headlines regarding misconduct, sexual abuse, cover-up, or fraud may severely damage the church’s reputation and future
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Capturing Institutional Knowledge

Institutional knowledge. What your staff knows is one of the most valuable intangible assets of every organization. It’s often taken for granted and losing it is costly, frustrating, and inefficient.

Accounting for Non-Accountants | Top 5 Myths About Accountants

There are quite a few stereotypes surrounding the type of work accountants do, with words like “boring” and “taxes” coming to mind first. But there’s more to our CPAs than

Good News for Taxpayers as “Taxpayer First Act of 2019” Signed into Law

President Trump has signed into law the Taxpayer First Act of 2019 (H.R. 3151) (the “Act”).  Signed on July 1, 2019, this bill amends the Internal Revenue Code to improve