Posts Tagged ‘Delaware CPA firm’
Take Action Now to Reduce Your 2023 Tax Liability
The end of the year is a popular time to read articles on how you can reduce your tax bill. Here are a few changes you can make now, at…Read More
Tax Implications of Charitable Planning/Giving Strategies – Update for 2022/2023
By: Marie Holliday, CPA, MBA, Managing Director In late 2021, I presented “Tax Implications of Charitable Planning/Giving Strategies” to a DTCC virtual audience. The program gave an overview of changes…Read More
ERC – Too Good to be True?
The Employee Retention Credit is a legitimate program, but failure to apply the actual rules of the credit to applicants and their specific situation will result in inflated credit amounts which will, in all likelihood, need to be repaid.Read More
Impact of COVID-19 on 2020 Taxes – Are You Ready?
By: Kimberly Zarett, CPA, MS, Principal COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on businesses, our social interactions, and the economy. There have been several important legislative changes enacted this year,…Read More
Fileless Malware Poses New Threat to Computer Users
With increased cyber threats, there is great awareness of malware that comes attached in files. Individuals and businesses invest in security solutions to protect against malware. In fact, there are…Read More
How to Stay Productive When Working from Home
Due to the unprecedented effects of COVID-19, the line between our professional and personal lives has blurred. Trying to take care of job responsibilities from home requires new ways of…Read More
How to Teach Your Kids About Money
If your kids are going back to school, now is a great time to educate them about money. Baby boomers were taught to save for a rainy day. The younger…Read More
8 Things that Could Trigger a Business Audit
Whether you’re doing taxes for your own business or a client’s business, the small – but real – possibility exists for an audit. Understanding the chances of an audit and…Read More
Have You Received a “Balance Due” Notice from the IRS?
You filed your tax return on time and paid the taxes due, yet you received a notice from the IRS. Why? By: Luci Roseman, CPA, Manager Due to the COVID-19…Read More
Rollover Relief for Required Minimum Distribution
Time running out to reverse 2020 RMD and save on taxes The Coronavirus pandemic resulted in a change in the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) for 2020. The CARES Act, the coronavirus relief…Read More