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Businesses Subject to the Partnership Tax Rules Need to Review Their Operating Agreements in Light of Changes Right Around the Corner

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 is making major changes to the examination and collection processes the IRS uses in its administration of the tax regime that governs businesses that are taxed as partnerships, such as limited liability companies that … Continue reading

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Why Small Business Owners Should Consider Outsourcing Their Accounting and Tax Functions

Have you ever wondered why some of the most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders wear the same outfit each day? It is said that Albert Einstein bought multiple versions of the same gray suit to limit the number of decisions … Continue reading

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IRS Debunks Myths Surrounding Tax Refunds

As millions of people begin filing their tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about some basic tips to keep in mind about refunds. During the early parts of the tax season, taxpayers are anxious to get details about … Continue reading

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Stop, Look and Think Before You Expand

The driving force in many expansion plans is to generate higher sales, with the hope that profits will rise. But before making moves to buy new equipment, expand your plant or implement a new business idea, you need to grasp the … Continue reading

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QuickBooks Online – Is it Worth it?

QuickBooks was born in 1994 when Intuit purchased the rights to use a double entry accounting program called “MoneyCounts”. The software program that we all know and love started taking shape in the years to come. Its ease of use … Continue reading

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The New Code Section 1411 Medicare Tax

Taxpayers should be aware of a new tax provision, the Unearned Income Medicare Contribution, that takes effect this year.  Included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it places a new 3.8% Medicare “surtax” on net investment income.  This … Continue reading

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