5 Tips for Children With Investment Income

Special tax rules may apply to some children who receive investment income. The rules may affect the amount of tax and how to report the income. Here are five important points to keep in mind if your child has investment … Continued

2016 Tax Scams: Watch Out for Fake Charities

The Internal Revenue Service warns taxpayers about groups masquerading as charitable organizations to attract donations from unsuspecting contributors, one of the “Dirty Dozen” for the 2016 filing season. “Fake charities set up by scam artists to steal your money or … Continued

5 Post Busy Season Growth Ideas

Another busy season came and went. Hopefully, this one was easier than previous seasons. While many of you would like to check out mentally until June, consider instead what you will do with your next six to eight weeks. The months … Continued

8 Ways to Pay Your Tax Bill

If you owe federal tax, the IRS offers many easy ways to pay. Make sure you pay by the April 18 deadline, even if you get an extension of time to file your 2015 tax return. You can get an … Continued

How to Build a Sustainable Brand for Your CPA Firm

Of the 44,000 CPA firms in the nation approximately 30,000 are sole proprietors. Of the remaining 14,000 practices only a small percentage generate more than $2,000,000 in revenue. The longevity for most of these remaining firms need not be short-lived. … Continued

Parents: Don’t Miss Out on These Tax Savers

Children may help reduce the amount of taxes owed for the year. If you’re a parent, here are several tax benefits you should look for when you file your federal tax return: Dependents.  In most cases, you can claim your … Continued