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5 Money-Saving Ideas for Back-to-School Shopping

Just when you’ve finished spending a bunch on swimsuits and stuff for grilling out, summer’s over and it’s time for the kids the head back to school. How did this happen? Here are some ways to cut expenses while shopping … Continue reading

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Lost Inheritance: How To Find a Deceased Parent’s Assets

If you have a relative who recently died and left you in charge of his or her finances, you are not alone. You probably have colleagues at work in the same boat. A neighbor or two (or 10) and even … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, Financial Planning |

How Will Tariff Developments Impact the Stock Market Going Forward?

According to an Aug. 13 press release from the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), there will be a 10 percent tariff levied against $300 billion of Chinese imports effective Sept. 1. The same press release announced a … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, Stock Market News |

Payroll Management Tips

When it comes to an employer’s responsibility for non-exempt workers, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are many requirements businesses must follow related to payroll. In one example, there are strict regulations on what information employers must document … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, General Business News |

The Five Key IRS Rules of Taxation for Lawsuit Settlements

Coming out on the winning side of a lawsuit as a plaintiff can be a gratifying feeling, especially if there is a financial settlement involved. There is likely a sense of both relief and vindication. Unfortunately, far too often people … Continue reading

Posted in Blog, Tax and Financial News |

2017 vs. 2018 Federal Income Tax Brackets

2017 vs. 2018 Federal Income Tax Brackets Single Taxpayers 2018 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $12,000 2017 Tax Rates – Standard Deduction $6,350 10% 0 to $9,525 10% 0 to $9,325 12% $9,525 to $38,700 15% $9,325 to $37,950 22% … 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

Posted in Corporate, Individual |

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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