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Financial Planning Advice for Women

The path for women is a little like two steps forward, one step back. For example, almost 40 percent of all privately held firms in the United States today are owned by women. Furthermore, the 2018 midterm elections yielded 23 … Continue reading

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Will the United States Become a Bond Haven in 2019?

With Italian bond yields rising quickly from 2 percent to 3 percent since the middle of 2018, it begs the question if the United States will become a bond haven. There are many reasons why the United States Bond Market … Continue reading

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How to Maximize Subscription Marketing Efforts

According to research from McKinsey & Company, 15 percent of Internet consumers have become members of at least one subscription service in 2018. The consulting firm also found that these subscription-based models cover a multitude of products, including food, drinks, … Continue reading

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What’s the Best Type of Business Entity for Tax Purposes

There are several major types of business entities, including S Corporations, C Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and being self-employed. Each type of structure has its own advantages and disadvantages when it comes to taxes, assets and liability protection. Generally, … 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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Accounting for Consignment Sales

Accounting for Consignment Sales: Manhattan CPA Terms: Consignor: The owner of the item (e.g., painting) to be sold. Consignee: The selling agent (e.g., gallery) who accepts from the consignor the item to be sold. According to accepted accounting and tax … Continue reading

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Piercing Corporate Veil – CPA New York City

Piercing the Corporate Veil Are your personal assets at risk? Clients incorporate, in part at least, to protect their personal assets in the event their business is sued. However, attorneys who are successful in “piercing the corporate veil” of protection … Continue reading

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Have You Received An Information Request From NY or NJ ?

Many states are scrutinizing tax returns! — particularly ones with large refunds — and are asking taxpayers for copies of their Form W-2 Wage and Tax statements in order to verify state and local tax withholdings. Employers must submit employee … Continue reading

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