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Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses

While the fate of several business-related tax extenders such as Research & Development tax credits, bonus depreciation, and Section 179 expensing that expired at the end of 2014 is uncertain, there are still a number of end of year tax planning strategies businesses can use to reduce their tax burden for 2015. 1,242 more words


When You Miss the Boat


OK – you came running down the pier,  financial baggage in hand, expecting to jump on the ship that leaves promptly on time. 546 more words

Income Tax

Marie Elena Clemenger

Title: Owner, Tax Preparation Manager

Company: Alpha Tax & Business Accounting System

Location: Weatherford, Texas

Having chosen her career path in high school, Marie Elena Clemenger fell in love with the tax and business accounting fields by keeping record and books for her father’s trucking company. 165 more words


Commissioner Arrives Just in Time!

At our invitation, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Revenue Commissioner Mark Nunnelly came out to Western New England University and gave a fantastic presentation to those who attended. 616 more words


New Efforts by the IRS to Detect Identity Theft

The IRS is continuing to make efforts to limit taxpayer victimization from tax scams or identity theft. This year the IRS worked with tax preparers and state governments to identify ways to prevent identity theft related to tax filings. 210 more words

Individual Income Tax

I started my own company! Which business entity should I select?

So you have decided to start a new business. You have your business plan and have arranged for the necessary financing. The next critical step that a business owner needs to take is to select the type of entity to use to operate the business. 519 more words


Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals

Tax planning for the year ahead presents similar challenges to last year due to the unknown fate of the numerous tax extenders that expired at the end of 2014. 3,383 more words

Income Tax