5 Year-End Tax Preparation Tips That Will Make Your Accountant Happy
Paying taxes is a joyless duty but there are ways to make the process less painful.
3 self-made millionaires share their No. 1 money-saving trick
6 Tips to Develop Young Partners at Small Accounting Firms
Today, as thousands of small firms are bringing in younger staff as partners they are finding the whole approach to running their firms must change. What are the most important practice management tips for small firms planning on bringing in new ...
Preparing a DIY will is not always a family's best option
Preparing a DIY will is not always a family's best option - Will Execution - J. Kelly Kennedy, Attorney/CPA, PLLC
6 tips for getting the biggest tax refund
Does your preparation for tax day start with a trip to the liquor store, or perhaps a one-way ticket to Costa Rica? Taxes are unpleasant, but drinking or fleeing the country is not the answer. Tackle your taxes head-on with solid preparation, and the experience may turn out to be more pleasant than you thought it would be. Here are a few tips to help you with your tax preparation and increase...
Reconstructing records after a disaster; IRS provides tips to help taxpayers
FS-2018-18, November 2018 ― With 2018 bringing record-setting hurricanes, wildfires and other disasters to many parts of the country, many Americans are now facing the challenge of reconstructing their financial records.
What is the Difference Between a Dental CPA and a Standard Accountant?
What exactly does a "dental CPA" do that a traditional local accounting cannot? I'm not sure many of us can "do" anything differently. I...
Post-TCJA: The Winners, the Losers and Tax Lessons Learned
Daszkal Bolton provides examples of which taxpayers benefited or lost from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and what we know about strategic tax planning one year into tax reform.
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.
4 FAQs about W-2 business email compromise attacks during tax season
If your company has not yet been targeted by a phishing scheme, consider yourself lucky--but not safe.