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Blog Month: January 2023

Possible ID theft? Be proactive and get an IP PIN

Obtaining an Identity Protection PIN (IP PIN) issued by the IRS is a proactive step that you can take to verify your identity when you file your tax return and

Employee Retention Credits – Not Everyone Qualifies

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a refundable payroll tax credit for employers that kept workers employed during COVID-19 pandemic while suffering significant gross receipt declines or being suspended under

Take Advantage of Tax Provisions Available for College Costs

To help pay for expenses, many parents and grandparents saved money in tax favored accounts, such as 529 plans.  Once your child or grandchild has been accepted and is attending,

Faith in Numbers

Faith in Numbers is designed to equip individuals who are leading and working in churches and religious organizations in the areas of finance and organizational development. Webinar topics include:  

Enterprise Risk Management for Non-Profits

Not-for-Profits are faced with challenges and disruptive risk events that threaten their financial strength and sustainability. Enterprise risk management (ERM) provides a framework for proactively identifying potential risks and developing

Renting to a relative: tax benefits may be tricky

In today’s housing market, it seems simple and straightforward to rent to a family member.  Many want to help a relative by charging low-to-no rent (i.e., bargain rent).  Despite your

Increased Standard Mileage Rate for 2023

Effective January 1, 2023, the IRS has issued its annual notice that updates the allowable 2023 standard mileage rates for business use of vehicles.  For 2023, the standard mileage rate