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Selecting a Small Business Accountant

Selecting a Small Business Accountant Many small business owners do their finances and taxes on their own, so you may ask: why should I find an accountant? The reason: no matter what stage your small business is in, you can benefit from having an accountant on your side. Why Hire an Accountant? Accountants often do […]

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Top 10 Tax Tips Miami

Top 10 Tax Tips Miami It’s that time of the year again, the income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in the mail. Even though your return is not due until April, getting an early start will make filing easier. Here are our top 10 tips that will help […]

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Own a small business? 6 new tax breaks

Own a small business? 6 new tax breaks  Doing your taxes stinks, right? No fun at all. But take note as you brace for your 2010 return: A handful of changes in the tax code could translate into a fatter refund check. The Small Business Jobs Act, passed last September, and the historic health care […]

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Own a small business? 6 new tax breaks

Own a small business? 6 new tax breaks  Doing your taxes stinks, right? No fun at all. But take note as you brace for your 2010 return: A handful of changes in the tax code could translate into a fatter refund check. The Small Business Jobs Act, passed last September, and the historic health care […]

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Choosing A Tax Preparer in Miami

Choosing A Tax Preparer in Miami If you pay someone to prepare your tax return, the IRS urges you to choose that preparer wisely. Taxpayers are legally responsible for what’s on their tax return even if it is prepared by someone else. So, it is important to choose carefully when hiring an individual or firm […]

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IRS: Miami Accountant Must E-File Tax Returns for 2010

IRS: Miami Accountant Must E-File Tax Returns for 2010 The IRS noted that beginning after Dec. 31, 2010, all tax return preparers must have a PTIN that was applied for and received at the time and in the manner as prescribed by the IRS. Until further guidance is issued, the IRS, in accordance with the […]

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Tax Season will Start Late This Year

Tax Season will Start Late This Year Following last week’s tax law changes, the Internal Revenue Service announced today the upcoming tax season will NOT start on time for most people, but taxpayers affected by three recently reinstated deductions need to wait until mid- to late February to file their individual tax returns. In addition, taxpayers […]

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For itemizers IRS has set a tax-filing date of Feb. 14

For itemizers IRS has set a tax-filing date of Feb. 14 Taxpayers who claim itemized deductions will be able to file their federal tax returns starting Feb. 14, the IRS said Thursday.While the tax-filing season began on Jan. 4, the IRS announced last year that taxpayers who itemize — which includes just about everyone who […]

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Miami Accountant Offers Tax Refunds on Prepaid Debit Cards

Miami Accountant Offers Tax Refunds on Prepaid Debit Cards Our Miami Accounting Firm will will offer the cards to taxpayers as a safe, convenient and low-cost way to receive their tax refunds electronically, especially if they lack a bank account. The new program aims to provide consumer protection features for Americans with limited or no access to traditional banking […]

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Reporting Business Income and Expenses – Which Accounting Method is Right for You?

Reporting Business Income and Expenses – Which Accounting Method is Right for You? In two previous posts, I addressed some key tax consolidations that small business owners and employers need to be aware of as we head into tax season, including the specific tax requirements that impact employers this time of year as well as […]

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