What Do the New Lease Accounting Standards Mean for Your Business?

For private business owners who have been hearing about a proposed accounting change for lease accounting, a decade of back-burner speculation has come to an end.  The new accounting standard, also known as “ASC 842,” Read More


Jill Frieden

Aug 31, 2022

SALT Cap Workaround Law Could Save Ohio Business Owners Over $100 Million

A new law that takes effect for tax year 2022 will enable some Ohio business owners to reduce their federal tax bills by avoiding the cap on state and local tax deductions imposed as part Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Aug 31, 2022

What You Need to Know about Kentucky Tax Law Changes

An array of additional services will be subject to sales tax in Kentucky next year under a bill enacted over the governor’s veto. The legislation also reduces personal income tax rates in Kentucky with further Read More


Kyle Thorpe

Jun 23, 2022

3 Ways Your CPA Firm Can Facilitate Your Strategic Growth Planning

While there is a perception that accounting firms spend all their time looking in the rearview mirror to prepare taxes and financial statements, the right accounting firm can help you see where you’re going with Read More


Nick Roell

May 25, 2022

3 Ways to Facilitate Your Strategic Growth Planning

When you’re ready to take your business to next-level growth, you need a strategic plan for getting there and for evaluating the opportunities to do so. Your path to growth depends upon a forward-looking strategy, Read More


Nick Roell

Apr 25, 2022

How Fringe Benefits for S Corporation Owners Are Taxed

In general, the value of statutory fringe benefits paid to employees is exempt from federal income tax. But special rules apply to S corporation shareholders who own 2% or more of a company. For these Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Apr 14, 2022

3 Ways Small & Midsized Businesses Can Maximize Tax Benefits

Are you maximizing your tax benefits? From employee retention credits to tax credits for innovation, there are many strategies for small and midsized businesses to capitalize on deductions and benefits for the 2021 tax year Read More


Sue Schloemer

Feb 15, 2022

Looking Forward from 30 Years in Business

Today, October 14, marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of Kirsch CPA Group in 1991. Looking back over 30 years is gratifying, knowing we have helped other organizations grow and reach their own milestones. Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Oct 14, 2021

How to Make Filing Your Taxes a Non-Event

How did your last tax filing go? Were you stressed out? Surprised by a big tax bill? Angry at your accountant? If you’re like many business owners, filing your taxes can bring stress and anxiety. Read More


Sue Schloemer

Oct 13, 2021

Tax Planning Tips for Individuals

It is the 4th quarter, it's time to think about your current federal tax situation. Tax planning strategies are especially complicated for 2020. There are a lot of moving pieces: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Oct 09, 2020