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Is My CPA Firm Trying to Fire Me?

As accounting firms move upstream and target larger prospects, they do not want to offend their existing clients by telling them that they are no longer an “A” client and it’s time to part ways. With the continuing mergers and consolidation in the accounting industry, if you suspect you’ve become

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IRS Tax Notices: What You Need to Know

Each year, the IRS sends millions of notices and letters to taxpayers for a variety of reasons. Here are the things you should know in case one shows up in your mailbox. • #1 Don’t panic. Provide a copy of the notice to your CPA so that they can recommend

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QuickBooks

QuickBooks 2019 – The Jury Has Reached a Verdict

Each year Intuit releases an upgrade to the QuickBooks Desktop accounting software and discontinues support for older versions. This year, effective May 31, 2019, Intuit will no longer support the 2016 version of QB Desktop and SJG, therefore, recommends that businesses using versions 2016 or earlier should upgrade. For our

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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 …

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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 …

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