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It’s Important to Pay Taxes in Full

January 20th, 2009

As the April 15 deadline approaches, we begin to receive calls from taxpayers who do not have the ready cash needed to pay their tax liability. There are significant penalties for failing to pay your tax liability by the April 15 due date. Whether paying with a timely filed tax return, or filing and paying […]

Manage Collections with QuickBooks

January 12th, 2009

In these trying economic times, it’s more important than ever to keep a close rein on your accounts receivable. Seemingly no one is immune to sudden changes in financial circumstances, so be sure to monitor your outstanding invoices closely. There’s an inverse relationship between the age of an invoice and your ability to collect on […]

RMD’s Suspended for 2009

January 12th, 2009

A new law passed late in 2008 allows taxpayers age 70-½ and over and those who have inherited IRAs (beneficiaries) to forego their required minimum distribution (RMD) from 401(k) plans, IRAs, and similar retirement arrangements for 2009.  Thus, these individuals can take a distribution less than required, even none, and avoid the 50% RMD penalty. […]

Business Changes for 2009

January 5th, 2009

Over the past several months, Congress has been enacting legislation to stabilize the economy.  At the urging of the incoming administration, Congress is working on yet another stimulus plan.  As they make temporary changes to the tax code and extend expiring provisions, and with the phase-in phase-out provisions of earlier legislation, it becomes more difficult […]


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