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INTRODUCTION After months of intense negotiations, the President signed the “Tax Cuts And Jobs Act Of 2017” (the “New Law”) on December 22, 2017 – the most significant tax reform since 1986! It is no overstatement to say that this mammoth tax bill will have a significant impact on virtually every business and individual....Read More
For companies considering outsourcing financial functions, now is the perfect time to begin realizing the benefits that delegating accounting and related tasks can provide. Technology has advanced to where sharing documents and data is quick, reliable, and secure. Also, the third-party financial services industry has greatly matured and become proficient in providing customized solutions to...Read More
Update: President Trump signed the tax bill into law on December 22, 2017. Many of the changes will go into effect in January 2018 (though they won’t impact the 2017 taxes you will file in April 2018) and employees can expect to see changes to their paychecks starting in February 2018. Earlier: The House passed...Read More
Taken from the Association of International Certified Public Accountants, here is a quick Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list on some of the basic fundamentals of what it means to be a CPA and full service accounting firm in Valdosta.Read More
Now that tax season is upon us, it is time to collect your key documents. To make the most out of your meeting with your Certified Public Accountant, it’s important to bring all necessary documentation. When you’re getting ready to meet with your CPA, make sure you bring the following documents: W-2s from your employer(s)....Read More