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Southeaster Accounting Show

A Recap of the 2018 Southeastern Accounting Show (SEAS)

Just last week Stacey joined her peers at the Southeast’s Premier Annual CPE (Continued Professional Education) Event Sponsored by the GSCPA. The event consisted of two full days and six educational tracks with courses spanning: Keynote-Economic Update Accounting & Auditing – Public Accounting Accounting & Auditing – Industry Business &

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Tax Planning Moves

4 Midyear Tax Planning Moves to Make Now

A lot of businesses and individuals wait until December to start thinking about tax planning. While there are definitely some year-end moves you can make that will help to minimize your taxes, now — with the summer quickly coming to an end — is the best time for tax planning.

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New 1040 Tax Form

The IRS Has Released the New 1040 Tax Form

While still in “draft” form, the much-awaited new Form 1040 is finally here. Beginning with the tax year 2018, the new Form 1040 will replace the old Forms 1040, 1040-A and 1040-EZ. For the most part, taxpayers will report words on the front and numbers on the back. The new

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Vote SJG 2018 Best of North Altanta

It Just Takes a Minute to Vote!

We are thrilled to announce that S.J. Gorowitz Accounting & Tax Services, P.C., is in the running for the 2018 Best of North Atlanta CPA award again this year! As the 2017 award recipient, we are excited for the chance to repeat as the winner of this prestigious recognition that

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Outgrown CPA

Five Signs You May Have Outgrown Your CPA

Finding the right CPA can make a world of difference to your financial and mental wellbeing. Employing the services of a CPA is a working relationship built on trust. Selection criteria should include not only capability but credibility, business style and even personality type. A lasting partnership can provide you

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Tax Planning Moves

4 Midyear Tax Planning Moves to Make Now

A lot of businesses and individuals wait until December to start thinking about tax planning. While there are definitely some year-end moves you can make that will help to minimize your taxes, now — with the summer quickly coming to …

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Outgrown CPA

Five Signs You May Have Outgrown Your CPA

Finding the right CPA can make a world of difference to your financial and mental wellbeing. Employing the services of a CPA is a working relationship built on trust. Selection criteria should include not only capability but credibility, business style …

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Quickbooks 2018

QuickBooks 2018 Offers Great New Features and a Compelling Reason to Upgrade

Each year Intuit releases an upgrade to QuickBooks™ Desktop accounting software and discontinues support for versions greater than two years old. This year, on May 31, 2018, Intuit will cease support for the 2015 version of QB Desktop and SJG, …

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2017 Form 1099 News Alert – Here is what you need to know.

When: 1099s are required to be sent to vendors by January 31, 2018 and the corresponding 1099s and summary Form 1096 are also required to be sent to the IRS by January 31, 2018. Who needs to be issued a …

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2018 Changes to IRS Standard Mileage Rates

2018 Changes to IRS Standard Mileage Rates

Each year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sets standard mileage rates for business based on an annual study of fixed and variable costs of operating an automobile, including depreciation, insurance, repairs, tires, maintenance, gas and oil. Beginning January 1, 2018, …

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Entity Type

Selecting the Right Entity Type for Your New Business

There are a myriad of decisions that need to be made when starting a new business but the importance of selecting the right type of entity structure should not be underestimated. At first glance it may seem simple and straightforward, …

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SJG Tax Alpharetta

What financial records should I keep?

Good financial records lay the foundation for mapping business progress, preparing statements, identifying key income sources, tracking deductible expenses, keeping track of property, preparing your tax returns, and supporting the items you report on tax returns. One of the questions …

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