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Well today is the day, April 18, 2011, all individual, partnership and trusts tax return for calendar year taxpayers are due. This is also the day that we CPAs get our nights/weekends back and make all our belated “New Years … Continue reading
Yes another week has slipped away! Now you only have two weeks left to file your taxes. In only two weeks from today, on April 18th, all individual, partnership and trusts tax return for calendar year taxpayers are due. There is … Continue reading
Wow! This year is going by fast. I can’t believe there is only three weeks left to file your taxes. Three weeks from today, on April 18th, all individual, partnership and trusts tax return for calendar year taxpayers are due. … Continue reading
Rob Cordasco, CPA will give an annual tax update to the Savannah CFO Council on January 25th. The one-hour overview will cover both individual and business topics. The event will be held at the First City Club at 7:30am. Please contact … Continue reading
We are happy to announce the launch of our first generation resource center. The center contains easy to view videos, links to common resources and a variety of other valuable resources. We are committed to continually enhance this resource to provide … Continue reading
The temporary provision that allows business losses to be carried back for up to 5 years (typically 2 years), will expire soon. This could be big recouped tax dollars for you.
On September 27, President Obama signed into law H.R. 5297, the Small Business Lending Funding Act. The tax title of this bill, the “Small Business Jobs Act of 2010” (the Act), includes a number of important tax provisions for businesses … Continue reading
The House by a vote of 237-187 has passed H.R. 5297, the Small Business Lending Funding Act, as approved by the Senate on September 16. Thus, the measure is cleared for the President’s expected signature. Stay tuned for more details….
As part of Health Care Reform, there is a controversial provision related to 1099 reporting that will significantly impact businesses of all sizes.
It’s hard to believe that the year is half over. Even tough some of you may still have not filed last years taxes, it is not not early to start planning for this year.