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Congress at Work: Benefits for Veterans, More Money to Counteract Gun Violence and a Higher Loan Limit for Small Business Loans

VA MISSION Act of 2018 (S. 2372) – This bill was introduced by Sen. John Isakson (R-GA) on Feb. 5 and signed into law by the president on June 6. This legislation permits veterans to seek care from private doctors … Continue reading

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Old School and Hi-Tech Ways to Keep Track of Passwords

In 2017, nearly one-third of internet users reported being victim to online hacking or similar suspicious activity on their accounts. But as anyone who regularly uses a computer – especially for financial transactions – knows, keeping track of passwords can … Continue reading

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End of the Traditional Office: Fact or Fiction?

Brick and mortar versus the virtual office. It’s a dynamic that’s been ongoing for a couple of decades. But you might be wondering: how much has the traditional office really changed? Some Facts to Consider For perspective, consider data gathered … Continue reading

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Self-Employment Deductions Under the New Tax Law

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which went into effect on Jan. 1, has sent an unambiguous message that the current GOP-dominated Congress and Presidential Administration are decidedly pro-business. Fortunately, they included provisions in the new legislation that enhance … Continue reading

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Italian Economic Autonomy – What this means for the Eurozone and the Markets

Italy’s newly formed government is a coalition between two populist parties: Lega Nord (the Northern League) and Movimento 5 Stelle (the Five Star Movement). This coalition is floating the idea of issuing the “mini-BOT,” which would amount to a parallel … Continue reading

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Key Performance Indicators and Your Business – Part 1 of 2

Key Performance Indicators, also known as KPIs, are core measurements that businesses use to monitor progress toward achieving goals and targets. KPIs, which vary widely by industry and entity structure, can be used to monitor and track all aspects of … Continue reading

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Social Security Ground Zero: 16 Years to Impact

Every year, the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Federal Disability Insurance Trust Funds (OASDI) issues its annual report on the Social Security system. The report details the current financial status of both Social Security … Continue reading

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Top Tips to Prepare for Tax Season – Accountants in New York

Tax and Financial News for February 2017   Top Tips to Prepare for Tax Season Accountants in New York It’s here again, the most wonderful time of the year – tax season. Uncle Sam is the reason for the season, … Continue reading

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New Trade Pact Could Impact Your Business

  Tax and Financial News CPA 10023 New Trade Pact Could Impact Your Business   More than five years of contentious negotiations have come to an end, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership is now complete. The TPP is the largest trade … Continue reading

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5 Things a New York City CPA Should Know

5 Things a New York City CPA Should Know About the New Tax Legislation On Jan. 1, Congress passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 in an effort to avoid automatic income tax increases for millions of Americans. New York … Continue reading

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