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2020

The US government is announcing numerous endeavors to provide relief from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. As tax and business announcements become codified we will post them.<
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As part of our COVID-19 response, we are asking clients to submit tax information digitally, when possible, via our Document Access Portal, and are making extensive use video or telephone conferences in lue of appointments.<
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If you do not have a personal portal setup please use: Document Upload<

Below is a listing of our content based on your selected topic, click on the titles below for more information. If the term is unfamiliar, see the Term Glossary<.

2019 Individual Income Tax Organizer and Engagement Letter For New Clients

2013 Income Tax CPA Organizer & Accounting Engagement Letter<

This generic Tax Year 2019 organizer is intended for New Individual Clients Only. If you are an existing client, and have misplaced your packet, please contact us and we will provide you with your specialized copy. 

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2019 Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses

As year-end approaches, each business should consider the many opportunities that might be lost if year-end tax planning is not explored. A business may want to consider several general strategies, such as use of traditional timing techniques for delaying income recognition and accelerating deductions. A business should also consider customized strategies tailored to its particular situation.

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2019 Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals

As the end of 2019 approaches, more and more information and guidance is released by the IRS relating to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, as well as guidance relating to a number of different areas not impacted by the landmark tax reform act. While one of the claimed benefits of tax reform was the simplification of filing and the lowering of income tax rates, there are still many steps that individuals can take that can lower their tax bills. Planning during the final weeks and months of this year involves much more–both in terms of traditional year-end strategies and strategies developed in response to developments that have taken place over the last couple of years. Here are some points to consider:

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2020 Extension Request

For existing clients who wish to request an extension, please fill out the following document:

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Families First Coronavirus Response Bill

The US House of Representatives approved Families First Coronavirus Response Bill could provide $15 million to worth of tax credits for paid sick, family, and medical leave. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stated that "this bill will provide significant relief to small businesses that cannot afford the employee costs associated with coronavirus.... The bill provides a dollar for dollar reimbursement for coronavirus related sick leave costs. To protect businesses concerned about cash flow, the Treasury will use its regulatory authority to advance funds to employers in a number of ways," Furthermore he added. "Employers will be able to use cash deposited with the IRS to pay sick leave wages. Additionally, for businesses that would not have sufficient taxes to draw from, Treasury will use its regulatory authority to make advances to small businesses to cover such costs."

Note, as of March 17, 2020 this bill has not passed the US Senate.

In summary the bill provides the following tax credits:

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Tax filing deadline also moving to July 15

At @realDonaldTrump<’s direction, we are moving Tax Day from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties.

— Steven Mnuchin (@stevenmnuchin1<)

As stated before, we are strongly encouraging clients, who have the ability, to send their tax information. Many state returns will not match the extended federal due date.

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