We're Hiring: Tax Senior

Archive for September 2014

We're Hiring: Tax Senior

Our accountants are passionate about their clients, and they strive to learn and grow more to service their clients by participating in education programs and staying current with technical issues. Successful team members are self-starters who manage their own schedule and work load by completing all work on a timely basis and meeting assigned deadlines.…

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We're Hiring: Tax Supervisor – Trust & Estate

Our accountants are passionate about their clients. They not only manage their accounts, but they build relationships and become trusted advisors. Our clients look to us for tax planning and quarterly estimates, but also to receive thoughtful services from team members who stay current on tax laws and technical issues. Successful team members are self-starters…

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We're Hiring: Tax Manager – Trust and Estate

Our accountants are passionate about their clients. They not only manage their accounts, but they build relationships and become trusted advisors. Our clients look to us for tax planning and quarterly estimates, but also to receive thoughtful services from team members who stay current on tax laws and technical issues. Successful team members are self-starters…

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The Affordable Care Act and You

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 resulted in several changes to the U.S. tax code that affect individuals purchasing health care insurance through the health care exchanges. Let’s take a closer look at what it all means for you. Individual Shared Responsibility Payment Starting January 2014, United States citizens and legal residents…

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Job Search Expenses May Lower Your Taxes

September is often a time of transition, when people decide to make major life decisions–such as changing jobs. If you’re looking for a new job, then you may be able to claim a tax deduction for some of your job hunting expenses–as long as it’s in your same line of work. Here’s what you need…

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A Simple Retirement Plan for the Self-Employed

Of all the retirement plans available to small business owners, the SIMPLE IRA plan (Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees) is the easiest to set up and the least expensive to manage. These plans are intended to encourage small business employers to offer retirement coverage to their employees. SIMPLE IRA plans work well for small…

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Five Basic Tax Tips for New Businesses

If you start a business, one key to success is to know about your federal tax obligations. Not only will you probably need to know about income taxes, you may also need to know about payroll taxes as well. Here are five basic tax tips that can help get your business off to a good…

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Renting Out a Vacation Home

Tax rules on rental income from second homes can be complicated, particularly if you rent the home out for several months of the year, but also use the home yourself. There is however, one provision that is not complicated. Homeowners who rent out their property for 14 or fewer days a year can pocket the…

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