Tax & IRS

Are You A Target For The IRS?

June 19, 2013 Darla K. Hemmann 2

Whether you are the owner of an IT consulting firm that employs a few hundred people or a boutique owner that personalizes holiday gifts, the chance of being audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) […]

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IRS Disaster Assistance

December 28, 2011 Marie ODonnell 1

A “disaster” is defined in one dictionary as “a calamitous event, especially one occurring suddenly and causing great loss of life, damage, or hardship, such as a flood, or an airplane crash.” The word “disaster” […]

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Plan Ahead

September 6, 2011 Elizabeth Fullington 0

Do you trust the government enough… to do your estate planning? Lindsay Lohan in (and out of and back in) rehab, Charlie Sheen’s party life, the economy on the upswing, the economy on the downturn… […]

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Navigating The Tax Policy Maze

March 1, 2011 Amy Smithka 0

As 2010 draws to a close, President Obama has proposed to extend and increase bonus depreciation through the end of the 2011 tax year, retroactive to September 8, 2010. This latest proposal is the most […]

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Who Wouldn’t Mind An Interest-Free Loan?

February 15, 2011 Craig Koop 0

The importance of tax deferred retirement vehicles (and tax deferrals in general) and how they can positively effect your retirement and your business. One of the most important considerations in tax planning is not just […]

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The Gathering Storm

April 14, 2010 Chris Wallis 0

“I am not afraid of the storms for I am learning how to sail my ship.” – Louisa May Alcott Longtime residents of coastal areas know very well to prepare for a hurricane long before […]

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Tax Planning In A Recession

March 16, 2010 Chris Wallis 0

Given the current and past economic crisis, many businesses are in serious danger as revenues are falling and profits disappearing. While  even leading economists disagree sharply as to the expected length of the current recession, […]

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Ensuring the Validity Of Shareholder Loans

March 5, 2010 Brandi Finn 0

It has become common for shareholders of closely held businesses to infuse and extract cash from their companies on a regular basis. These advances and withdrawals are often categorized as shareholder loans, but the documents […]