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14 Jan 20 Audra Walter

Bookkeeping, Business, Business Consulting, Finance & accounting, Taxes,

4 Reasons Why It Makes Sense To Hire a Bookkeeper For Your Business

Knowing when to hire a bookkeeper is not always the easiest determination. In some cases, there is no clear point at which it becomes obvious…

13 Jan 20 Audra Walter

Bookkeeping, Business, Business Consulting, Finance & accounting, IRS, Taxes,

The Ultimate Guide to Payroll Systems

Continuing with our series on bookkeeping services, in this post we’re going to introduce and discuss the topic of payroll systems. When you run a…

06 Jan 20 Audra Walter

Bookkeeping, Business, Business Consulting, Finance & accounting, Taxes,

Everything You Need To Know About Balance Sheets

Balance Sheet Basics As we’ve discussed in previous articles, a balance sheet is one of the most basic financial statements prepared by bookkeepers. Bookkeepers produce…

07 Jun 19 Audra Walter

Business, Business Consulting, Finance & accounting, Funding trends, IRS, News, Personal Taxes, Taxes,

The IRS sent me certified mail to seize my property – now what?

As we saw in our previous post, the IRS is willing to make a deal when it comes to collecting its debts. The IRS gives taxpayers multiple…

31 May 19 Audra Walter

How much will the IRS settle for? Key facts about IRS Settlements and Offers in Compromise

How much will the IRS settle for? Key facts about IRS Settlements and Offers in Compromise If you find yourself grappling with a tax deficiency…

21 Feb 17 Boxelder Consulting

Boxelder Consulting

Business,

1099 vs W-2 Employee: What’s the Difference?

Estimated reading time: 4 Minutes The IRS classifies types of workers as either an employee or independent contractor for tax purposes. If you’re reading this,…

13 Jan 17 Dave Weishaus

IRS, Personal Taxes,

How to Respond to an IRS Notice Letter (or IRS Notice of Deficiency)

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. You have received an IRS Notice letter in the mail. On its front are stamped the letters “IRS.” The pit […]

06 Jan 17 Dave Weishaus

IRS,

IRS Statute of Limitations: How Far Back Can The IRS Audit You?

04 May 16 Dave Weishaus

Taxes,

Why LeBron gets a Social Security tax break

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Why LeBron gets a Social Security tax break ” font_container=”tag:h1|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The following article is from bankrate.com ” LeBron James is not only one of the […]

02 May 16 Dave Weishaus

IRS,

You Met the Tax Filing Deadline, Now What Are The Chances You Will Face An IRS Audit?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”You Met the Tax Filing Deadline, Now What Are The Chances You Will Face An IRS Audit? ” font_container=”tag:h1|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text] Update: For recent information […]

06 Nov 15 Dave Weishaus

Business,

Choosing the Right Business Structure When Starting a Business

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]  Estimated Reading Time: 5 Minutes So you have decided to start a new business. You have your business plan and have arranged for the necessary […]

16 Oct 15 Dave Weishaus

Personal Taxes,

October 15th – Personal Income Tax Extension Filing Deadline – Now What?

The 2014 tax calendar year has finally come to an end for both business and individual taxpayers. Managing the daily, weekly, monthly finances of a […]

14 Sep 15 Dave Weishaus

Taxes,

What You Need to Know When Seeking a Tax Lawyer & Reliable Tax Resolution Firm

  Estimated reading time: 4 minutes Clearing The Air: Why Some Tax Resolution Firms Have Bad Reputations Some tax resolution firms have bad reputations because […]