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Blog Month: September 2019

Sales & Use Taxes: Wayfair and October 1, 2019

Many states are making changes on October 1, 2019 for sales & use tax purposes.  This effects all sellers of tangible personal property, digital goods or services across state lines.

How to reduce the cost of college with tax credits

College is expensive. The latest figures from the University of Wisconsin–Madison show that the average annual cost of tuition and fees was over $11,000 for in-state students and almost $39,000

Mark your calendar for these important “don’t be late” federal tax due dates

September 30: For calendar year-end trusts or estates that filed an extension, the 2018 Form 1041 is due October 1: Deadline for self-employed persons or small employers to establish a

QSEHRA – Health Care Reimbursements for Employees Made Easy – 2020 Plans have an October 3rd notification date

Are you a small employer and wondering if you can provide your employees with a standalone health reimbursement plan which is compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? A Qualified

Your Third Quarter Individual Estimated Tax Deadline is September 16: Do You Need to Make a Payment?

If you’re an owner of a Partnership, S-Corporation, or Sole Proprietorship and don’t have withholding from paychecks, or if you have a lot of income from investments or rental properties,

Accounting for Non-Accountants | 3 Essential Money Management Tips

Starting out in the workforce with what may be your first real job is an exciting time. But before you get in over your head with new spending habits, you