Tax, Audit & Accounting
Will Quill Be Killed? Preparing for Changing Landscape in Multistate Sales and Use Tax Compliance
In the coming weeks, it is anticipated that the Supreme Court will rule on South Dakota v. Wayfair. This is the first time in more than two decades that the U.S. Supreme Court is revisiting the issue of state tax nexus.
How might it be in 2023 and how to get there – Part 2
The CPA profession is undergoing the most significant transformation ever over the next five+ years! This is an exciting time for all of us – at every level. It is also a time of concern for leaders as they make decisions about their firm’s future direction. This is the second part of a two-part article […]
How might it be in 2023 and how to get there: Part 1
Our CPA profession is undergoing the most significant transformation ever during the next 5+ years! This is an exciting time for all of us – at every level. It is also a time of concern for leaders as they make decisions about their firm’s future direction. This article is a two-part article intended for partners […]
Did You Know: Filing for an Extension Can Be a Good Idea?
With less than a week to go to meet the April 17 tax deadline, there are some circumstances where you may want to consider hitting pause rather than rushing through your tax return preparation.
Did You Know: There Are Common Tax Return Pitfalls to Avoid?
It is very common for people to get stressed when they think about filing their taxes which can make it easier to make mistakes or make a person more prone to make poor decisions which can compound stress even further. There are some common pitfalls people should avoid when doing their taxes:
Did You Know: Tax Scams Are More Prevalent Than Ever?
The IRS doesn't initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information. Recognize the telltale signs of a scam. Here are some of the more common ways scammers are contacting people:
Five Things to Consider When Deciding to Hire a Tax Professional
No two people are alike when it comes to filing taxes, making it difficult to know when to bring in an expert to help. Here are five things for people to consider when weighing their options:
The Kiddie Tax Rates Have Changed with the Tax Reform Law?
A child’s investment income in excess of $2,100 for both 2017 and 2018 continues to be subject to what is called the “kiddie tax.” But, the way the investment income is taxed has changed.
Did You Know: The Federal Exemption for Estate Tax Doubled with Tax Reform?
Higher exclusions may tempt some individuals to overlook estate tax planning, resulting in missed potential opportunities. It could be a mistake to over-simplify your estate plan in reaction to the new law.