When you hear the words ‘taxes’ or ‘Internal Revenue Service,’ like many Americans, you may feel a mixture of dread or fear. The idea of the IRS knocking on your door or demanding an audit has long been nightmare-inducing. It may surprise you to learn that, despite its intimidating reputation,
When the IRS announced that it is again changing the 1040 Form, just six months after the release of the much talked about 1040 Form for 2018, my team and I celebrated! The #1 most important takeaway is that the IRS recognized that the “postcard” sized format was not at
On April 28, 2019, Governor Brian Kemp signed into law House Bill 182, which lowers the economic nexus threshold for Georgia sales tax filings required of sellers located outside the state of Georgia making sales for delivery to purchasers in Georgia. The Georgia Department of Revenue issued a new Policy
At SJ Gorowitz Accounting & Tax Services, PC, being recognized as a Best of North Atlanta (BONA) winner is a tremendous honor. As a relatively small firm, receiving thousands of votes is remarkable. We’re thrilled that our clients and fans have recognized us two years in a row as the
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
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
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is ramping up efforts to thwart identity theft, which is becoming more and more common. Tax-related identity theft occurs when …
Although there are many types of information returns that businesses are required to file, the most common amongst our business clients is the Form 1099-MISC. The following summary describes basic rules to follow in order to file Form 1099-MISC for 2018.