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The Best Defense is a Good Offense: Getting the Jump on Next Year's Taxes

Jul 9, 2019 10:11:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in monthly accounting, taxes, small business, small business accounting

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Taxes are an ever-changing landscape, and with the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act finally taking effect this year, there’s actually never been a better time to find an accountant that you can trust.

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Taxes 103: Employee Expenses That Are No Longer Deductible

Jul 2, 2019 9:12:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, small business, employees

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The Tax Cut and Jobs act really changed how deductions work. It's important to know how much those changes will affect you and your business. Here's another way taxes have changed recently:

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Taxes 102: Entertainment Deductions

Jun 25, 2019 9:47:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, small business, bookkeeping

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The Tax Cut and Jobs act really changed how deductions work. It's important to know how much those changes will affect you and your business. Here's another way taxes have changed recently:

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Taxes 101: Interest Deductions Are Down for Medium Size Businesses

Jun 18, 2019 10:18:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, small business

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Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock the last year, you probably know that the Tax Cut and Jobs Act really changed how deductions work. Here’s the thing, if you’ve yet to file your 2018 taxes, you might not realize just how much those changes will affect you and your business this year.

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The Truth About Tax Prep Software and Your Business

May 7, 2019 10:45:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, bookkeeping, small business accounting

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Every year, as business owners enter into the final stretch of tax season, tons of people and small businesses scramble to make sense of their financial statements, figuring out their own deductions, and, well, struggling with some “free” tax prep software. Maybe you have just gone through that this year. 

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