OSHA Log Posting Tips to Keep Your Company Compliant

By : June 19, 2019 Comments Off on OSHA Log Posting Tips to Keep Your Company Compliant

Keeping your business OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) compliant may feel daunting due to the detailed nature of the logs, but it’s time well spent. Most businesses are required by OSHA to fill out detailed logs when an

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Tax Reform Changes to Capital Expenditures

By : February 13, 2019 Comments Off on Tax Reform Changes to Capital Expenditures

Recent tax reform has had the side effect of effectively lowering corporate tax rates. With the resulting increase in cash, you might wonder how companies are spending this windfall. A recent report from RSM has revealed that many business owners

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Six Must-Dos When You Donate to Charity

By : January 19, 2018 Comments Off on Six Must-Dos When You Donate to Charity

Donations are a great way to give to a deserving charity, and they also give back in the form of a tax deduction. Unfortunately, charitable donations are under scrutiny by the IRS, and many donations without adequate documentation are being

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IRS Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief

By : October 27, 2017 Comments Off on IRS Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief

Our nation has been has been plagued by multiple hurricanes and wildfires. The link below is from the Internal Revenue Service website and may be helpful to those that have been directly affected. https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/disaster-assistance-and-emergency-relief-for-individuals-and-businesses-1    

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Business Tax: Time to Consider Section 179?

By : October 23, 2017 Comments Off on Business Tax: Time to Consider Section 179?

Section 179 expensing can be a very powerful tax-planning tool for small and medium-sized businesses acquiring capital assets. While it doesn't change the amount of depreciation you can take over the life of capital purchase, it can change the timing

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How To Fix Your Overfunded Account

By : September 22, 2017 Comments Off on How To Fix Your Overfunded Account

Is socking away large sums in a tax-deferred retirement account ever a bad it? It is when you exceed the annual IRS limits. Intentional or not, the penalties can be painful. Here's how overfunding occurs and what steps to take

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End of College Tuition Deduction

By : August 30, 2017 Comments Off on End of College Tuition Deduction

It can be difficult to watch your child leave for college. Now you also have to say goodbye to the tuition and fees tax deduction. Congress decided not to extended this $4,000 deduction for 2017, leaving many parents worried that

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