Monthly Archives: December 2018

Merry Christmas

Christmas is tomorrow. Welcome to this week’s blog:  Merry Christmas REINFORCING THE BASICS. A Very Merry Christmas to our Clients, our Families, Our Friends. And to everyone that isn’t a Client, Family, or Friend… yet. WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW? … Continue reading

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Don’t Talk Turkey; Let’s Talk Trees

We did get through Thanksgiving.  And now it’s Christmas. This week we are not talking accounting, not tax, and not turkey.  Welcome to this week’s blog:  Don’t Talk Turkey, Let’s Talk Trees.  White House Christmas Trees. REINFORCING THE BASICS. A … Continue reading

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Family Time

Brand-new tax credit courtesy of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Employer Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave. But first. REINFORCING THE BASICS. What is the Family and Medical Leave ACT (FMLA)? The FMLA entitles qualified employees of … Continue reading

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We are, After All, IRS Customers

Here’s what’s up! The IRS is patting its own back on how great they did customer service-wise during the 2017 tax season. The reviews are mixed but today’s blog is to introduce the IRS’ customer service platforms, should you need … Continue reading

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