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Small businesses can be happy with SARS as they have kept true to their word and have continued in their quest to reduce taxes on this very important sector of our economy. 110 more words


Types of Accounting Methods for Businesses

 chief financial officer, Dana Finegold studied business economics and accounting at the University of California in Santa Barbara. After earning her undergraduate degree, Dana Finegold began a career overseeing accounting practices and managing the operational duties of JD Fine & Company, which she co-owns with her husband. 180 more words

Dana Finegold

Excel Tip - Working With Multiple Workbooks

There are so many features in Excel that are underutilized by folks working with bookkeeping, accounting and financial data. We are all so focused on just slogging through the task at hand, we, regrettably, neglect to explore some of the great options and features Excel has, and has had for eons, that may make our jobs easier and even save us considerable time and hassle. 357 more words


15 Fun Tax Facts!

Happy Tax Day to all!  And to celebrate the 15th of April, we put together 15 “Fun” Tax Facts for you all to enjoy!

1. The word “tax” is from the Latin word taxo, meaning “I estimate” – which is exactly NOT what the IRS or we want! 310 more words


Back to life!


We will rejoin the living now! Tax season at Parrott & Associates is officially over!!!



Senators Convince Social Security to Stop Seizing Tax Refunds for Decades-old Overpayments


Senators Convince Social Security to Stop Seizing Tax Refunds for Decades-old Overpayments


April 14, 2014

By Michael Cohn, Editor-in-Chief, AccountingToday.com

A pair of senators have called on the Social Security Administration to end the policy of seizing taxpayers’ refunds to hold them accountable for decades-old errors made by the agency that led to the overpayment of benefits, and the agency has agreed to do so. 650 more words