Month: January 2019

Archive for January 2019

5 Tips to Simplify Tax Time

April 15 always seems to sneak up, and surely this year will be no different. While there’s no escaping the tax deadline, this year can be the easiest tax season ever. Use the following tips to streamline the tax return process and minimize stress. Review and complete the tax organizer. The organizer provides you with…

Read More

You Can Pave Paradise, Just Don’t Put Up a Parking Lot

Written by: Pete Kennedy, CPA, Director of Audit Services Unfortunately, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TJCA) of 2017 wasn’t all tax cuts and jobs.  There were some mean little nuggets included meant to help offset the cost of the tax breaks.  Nearly a year since its passing, the IRS has finally issued (on December…

Read More

School Property Tax Relief For Seniors

The State of Delaware currently offers homeowners ages 65 and over a tax credit against their school property taxes of 50% (up to $400). The Senior School Property Tax Credit may be used against the property taxes on a primary residence. To qualify for this credit, you must be age 65 or older by June…

Read More

Myunghee Geerts Joins Cover & Rossiter

Myunghee Geerts, CPA joined Cover & Rossiter in December as a Principal in the Tax Department. She has 13 years of experience in public accounting. Prior to joining the firm, she was Senior Manager at Ernst & Young’s Quantitative Services where she specialized in advising her clients with tax planning ideas to reduce their tax liabilities…

Read More