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Perspectives Newsletter – Keeping Good tax Records

Keeping Good Tax Records: A Case Study of What NOT to Do The importance of keeping thorough and accurate records can't be emphasized enough. If you have incomplete or no records and get audited by…


  • Diane Glover
  • Mar 29, 2013

Will the Healthcare Law Increase Your Costs?

Under the sweeping Affordable Care Act (ACA), which passed in 2010 and was upheld by the Supreme Court last year, the healthcare system in the United States will be overhauled and millions of uninsured Americans…


  • Diane Glover
  • Apr 10, 2013

Reduce your Electric Bill

Business owners are always looking for a way to minimize operating costs without compromising work production. Among the unavoidable expenses all businesses incur is the cost of electricity. Did you know that lighting alone can…


  • Diane Glover
  • Jun 26, 2013

Understanding How the New Medicare Tax Affects Individuals

The 2010 healthcare legislation created a new 3.8 percent Medicare tax on net investment income collected by individuals, estates, and trusts. The new tax, which the IRS calls the NIIT, is effective for tax years…


  • Diane Glover
  • Aug 07, 2013

Buying or Selling – What is the Right value of a business?

Valuation Is Key as the M&A Market Slowly Heats Up After a lackluster 2012, domestic M&A activity is on the rise. Small business deal volume was up 62 percent in the second quarter of 2013…


  • Diane Glover
  • Aug 22, 2013

Maxine Harris Helps Veterans Take a Memorial Visit to Washington DC

14th Recreational Vehicle Convoy (RVC) Trip, September 27-29, 2013 World War II and Korean Conflict Veterans To Washington DC Friday, 9/27/13 - 6:00 am: Veterans, RV drivers, guardians and friends gathered at the VFW Post…


  • Diane Glover
  • Dec 05, 2013

Food for Thought When Making Year-End Charitable Contributions

Before slicing into their Thanksgiving turkeys, most Americans pause to give thanks for their good fortune. And, in the spirit of the holidays, many give to those in need. The average charity receives about 40…


  • Diane Glover
  • Dec 05, 2013

Wrap Up Last-Chance Tax Breaks for 2013

The holiday season can be a difficult time to think about taxes. But with a few last-minute maneuvers, you might be able to reduce the amount of money you owe Uncle Sam for 2013. Here…


  • Diane Glover
  • Dec 12, 2013

Issue Form 1099-MISC to Independent Contractors by 1/31/2017

[caption id="attachment_2915" align="alignright" width="280"] File 1099 forms for all independent contractors you paid more than $600[/caption] If you own a business or are self-employed, you may need to submit a 1099-Misc to both the Internal…


  • Jackie Powell
  • Jan 17, 2018

Issue Form 1099-MISC to Independent Contractors by 1/31/14

FORM 1099-MISC is used to report certain types of payments made in the course of business. If you own a business or are self-employed, you may need to submit a 1099-Misc to both the Internal…


  • Diane Glover
  • Jan 09, 2014