Why did the WSJ use years-old data to attack Social Security disability?
At first glance, an op-ed in Monday's Wall Street Journal makes a devastating case against Social Security's disability system. On closer inspection, the case
How the Ballpoint Pen Killed Cursive
Thicker ink meant it didn't smudge as easily as its predecessor, the fountain pen—but it also made writing by hand more physically demanding.
Tax Preparation Advice: 4 Scams to Avoid This Year
With the start of the New Year, it's time to start thinking about tax preparation. During the filing season tax scammers are on the prowl. Here are the four biggest scams
IRS Taxpayer Advocate Questions Preparation of Tax Preparers
Three big issues: Code, cooperation, competence. By Rick Telberg CPA Trendlines National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson, who heads the Taxpayer Advocate Service, is citing three broad areas that Congress should deal with if it hopes to avoid revenue catastrophe … Continued
Is Hiring a CPA Worth it? 5 Tips for Getting Your Money’s Worth
Often when people find out I’m a tax accountant, I get asked, “How much does a CPA cost?” It’s like me asking “How much does a home cost?” We all understand that a 1,000 square-foot home in Kansas has a different cost than a 1,000 square-foot penthouse condo in New...
How to Get New CPA & Bookkeeping Clients During Tax Season
Why would you pass up this opportunity to educate them on all the other services you offer besides tax filing?
3 Secrets Accountants Think Business Owners to Know About Payroll Taxes
Payroll taxes can be a source of frustration for many small business owners. It's imperative business owners fully comply with IRS tax mandates to avoid the risk of
The following is a brief list of some of the more important accounting tips that start ups should make sure are covered.
8 Of The Fittest Women On Earth Share Exactly What They Eat Every Day
It’s not just all protein, all the time.
I Hit the Gym in Just a Sports Bra—Here's What Happened