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26
Oct
Five Steps to Prepare a Business for Sale
If you are a successful business owner, you should prepare for the day when you hand over the reins—perhaps to a younger family member—or sell the ...
 
24
Oct
Do I Qualify for the Dependent Tax Credit?
 
 
 
12
Sep
How Long Should I Keep Tax Documents?
When can you get rid of old tax documents?
 
If you’re like me as soon as your tax return is filed the last thing you want to do is hang on to all th...
 
18
Aug
Tax Breaks for Higher Education
 
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5
Jul
Faw Casson Welcomes Becca and Nakia

Faw Casson is pleased to welcome two new associates to their team:  Rebecca M. Chance, Associate Accounta...

 
29
Jun
Denise Vendrick wins Digital Advertising Award
Denise Vendrick of Faw Casson was awarded the 2017 Award for Digital Advertising at the Association for Accounting Marketing’s annual award gala in Las V...
 
20
Jun
Enjoy Deductions for Summer T&E Expenses
What are your plans for the summer? If you have a business trip scheduled for a place you would like to visit personally, you might decide to combine a little pleasure with your business. ...
 
7
Jun
Business Driving Deductions: A Fork in the Road
Did you use your vehicle for business driving in 2016? Generally, you can deduct expenses on your tax return in one of two ways: the actual expense method or the IRS-approved standard mile...
 
24
May
Immediate Tax Benefits for Business Property
There is a unique tax break for business entities of all shapes and sizes contained in Section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code. Under this section, a business can elect to “expense,...
 
17
May
How to Bridge a Retirement Shortfall
People are living longer these days than they did five, 10 or 20 years ago. Of course, that is good news, but it also means that you may have to provide a bigger cushion in retirement than you ha...
 
10
May
Reach into this Grab Bag of Deductions
As we near the end of tax filing season, you might be looking to increase the number of itemized deductions you can use to offset highly taxed ordinary income. What about the grab bag of e...
 
6
Apr
Short-Term PA Tax Amnesty Program Runs 4/21-6/19/17
Any PA taxpayers that have tax delinquencies as of 12/31/15 are being offered a brief window to come forward and settle their tax debt.  Under a short-ter...
 
24
Mar
IRS Maps Out New Per Diem Rates
The IRS pays close attention to deductions claimed for business travel expenses. Both employers and employees must meet strict recordkeeping requirements or fa...
 
14
Mar
There's Still Time For 2016 IRA Contributions
Yes, there’s still time to make 2016 contributions to your IRA. The deadline for such contributions is April 18, 2017. If the contribution is deductible, it wil...
 
7
Mar
Do You Have to Pay the NII Tax?
As the deadline for filing 2016 tax returns approaches, some taxpayers are still struggling with the rules for the 3.8% tax on “Net Investment Income&rdq...
 
21
Feb
Tax Twists on Social Security Benefits
Of course, taxes are a major concern when you work full time for a living. Unfortunately, you may also have to pay federal income tax on a portion of the Socia...
 
14
Feb
IRS Selects Private Collectors
The IRS, the nation’s tax collection agency, has identified a select group of four private contractors that will begin collecting federal tax debts durin...
 
7
Feb
2017 Standard Mileage Rates
For travel beginning dated from January 1, 2017, the standard mileage rates for the use of a vehicle will be:
  • 53.5 cents per mile for busines...
 
3
Jan
Key Points About Key Person Insurance
Virtually every business owner will tell you it takes more than one person to build up and maintain a profitable business. In fact, it is likely that several “key employees” ha...
 
17
Oct
Seven Tax Moves for 2016
The national elections will surely impact personal taxes for years to come, yet it’s unlikely that a lame-duck Congress will endorse changes that will significantly impact tax planni...
 
8
Sep
Estate Planning Ideas for Blended Families
In this day and age, it is not unusual for a spouse, children and grandchildren from a second or even third marriage to form a so-called blended family. But these additions to the clan can...
 
16
Aug
Seven Tax Moves in the Summertime
Although summer is traditionally the time for rest and relaxation, you can still “work on” your 2016 tax bill. What’s more, special tax incentives for individuals and sma...
 
24
May
Overtime Final Rule: What you need to know
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) received a major revamp from the Department of Labor May 18, 2016.  As a result of the Final Rule o...
 
19
May
Can you deduct losses after a fire, theft, or other loss?

If you ever suffer damage to your hom...

 
20
Apr
Why it’s time to start tax planning for 2016
Now that the April 18 income tax filing deadline has passed, it may be tempting to set aside...
 
4
Apr
The Research Credit is Back for Good
Like Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in The Terminator, the research credit is back. This valuable tax break, which had officially expired and been res...
 
29
Mar
Entrepreneurs: What can you deduct and when?
Starting a new business is an exciting time. But before you even open the doors, you generally have to spend a lot of money. You may have to train workers and ...
 
24
Mar
2 benefits-related tax credits just for small businesses

Tax credits reduce tax liability doll...

 
21
Mar
IRS Reporting New Phone Scam
The IRS is reporting a new wave of phone calls where the caller is misrepresenting themselves as IRS agents attempting to collect personal information from taxpayers....
 
16
Mar
3 income-tax-smart gifting strategies

If your 2015 tax liability is higher ...

 
8
Mar
Make a 2015 contribution to an IRA before time runs out

Tax-advantaged retirement plans allow...

 
25
Feb
What’s your charitable donation deduction?
When it comes to deducting charitable gifts, all donations are not created equal. As you file your 2015 return and plan your charitable giving for 201...
 
6
Jan
2 extended credits can save businesses taxes on their 2015 returns

The Protecting Americans from Tax Hik...

 
3
Jan
No changes to retirement plan contributions for 2016
Retirement plan contribution limits are indexed for inflation, but with inflation remaining low, the limits remain unchanged for 2016:
 
15
Sep
Seven Tax Moves to Make at Midyear
The summer is not just the season for recreation and relaxation. It can also be the time to reduce your 2015 tax liability. Here are seven prime examples for i...
 
24
Jul
How Does the 3.8% Net Investment Income Surtax Work?
Some taxpayers may be struggling with understanding the rules for the 3.8% surtax on net investment income (NII). The tax law provision authorizing this surtax...
 
20
Jul
Quickbooks Scams Circulating
Another reason to remain vigilant regarding whom you're giving your information to - new versions of Quickbooks scams have recently been reported.  
 
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7
Jul
Do you know what your donation is being used for?
If you donate your vehicle, the value of your deduction can vary greatly depending on what the charity does with it. You can deduct the vehicle’s fair market va...
 
22
May
Maryland “Double-Tax Law” Struck Down by Supreme Court
In a win for Maryland residents that are working in other states, the Supreme Court struck down a Maryland tax law that, in essence, has been double-taxing those residents that are employe...
 
4
May
Got ISOs? You need to understand their tax treatment.
Incentive stock options allow you to buy company stock in the future at a fixed price equal to or greater than the stock’s fair market value on the grant date. If the stock appreciat...
 
31
Mar
Still filing a paper return? Be sure you understand the “timely mailed = timely filed” rule
The IRS considers a paper return that's due April 15 to be timely filed if it's postmarked by midnight on April 15. But dropping your return in a mailbox on the 15th may not be sufficient. ...
 
30
Mar
Vote for your favorite local business
We love local businesses here at Faw Casson. Do you have a favorite? Visit http://www.wdov.com/contests/faw-casson-local-business-of-the-week/364395 now and vote for your favorite local business. One...
 
26
Mar
You might benefit from deducting investment interest expense on your 2014 tax return
Investment interest - interest on debt used to buy assets held for investment, such as margin debt used to buy securities - generally is deductible for both regular tax and alternative minimum tax pur...
 
25
Mar
Yes, there’s still time to make a 2014 IRA contribution!
The deadline for 2014 IRA contributions is April 15, 2015. The limit for total contributions to all IRAs generally is $5,500 ($6,500 if you were age 50 or older on Dec. 31, 2014). If you haven't alre...
 
18
Mar
Do you need to file a 2014 gift tax return by April 15?
Generally, you'll need to file a gift tax return for 2014 if, during the tax year, you made gifts: • That exceeded the $14,000-per-recipient gift tax annual exclusion (other than to your U.S...
 
16
Mar
Taking advantage of tangible property safe harbors
If your business has made repairs to tangible property, such as buildings, machinery, equipment and vehicles, you may be eligible for a deduction on your 2014 income tax return. But you must make sure...
 
3
Mar
You might benefit from deducting investment interest expense on your 2014 tax return
Investment interest - interest on debt used to buy assets held for investment, such as margin debt used to buy securities - generally is deductible for both regular tax and alternative minimum tax pur...
 
25
Feb
Make sure you have proper substantiation for your 2014 donations
If you don't meet IRS substantiation requirements, your charitable deductions could be denied. To comply, generally you must obtain a contemporaneous written acknowledgment from the charity stating th...
 
22
Oct
Short-term ACA relief now available for midsize and large employers
Recently released IRS final regulations for the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) employer shared-responsibility provision provide some short-term relief for midsize and large employers. Under the ACA, t...
 
22
Oct
Are you meeting the ACA’s additional Medicare tax withholding requirements?
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), beginning in 2013, taxpayers with FICA wages over $200,000 per year ($250,000 for joint filers and $125,000 for married filing separately) had to pay an additional...
 
16
Oct
Self-employed? Save more by setting up your own retirement plan
If you're self-employed, you may be able to set up a retirement plan that allows you to make much larger contributions than you could make as an employee. For example, the maximum 2014 employee contri...
 
7
Oct
Faw Casson Welcomes George Hufnagel, Jr
Faw Casson is pleased to welcome George J. Hufnagel, Jr., CPA to our Dover office. We are very excited to have him with us and to see our Faw Casson family continue to grow. With extensive knowledge ...
 
3
Oct
Important Alert for Former First National Bank of Wyoming Shareholders
TAX PLANNING ALERT FOR FORMER SHAREHOLDERS OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WYOMING (FNBOW): Due to the recent merger with WSFS, all former FNBOW shareholders must soon elect how to exchange their shares for...
 
11
Aug
Delaware Research and Development Credit
On July 15, 2014 Governor Jack Markell signed HB 318, new legislation that allows Delaware's Research and Development Credit (R&D Credit) to be more accessible to small businesses in the first state. ...
 
4
Aug
Faw Casson Welcomes Two New Employees
Faw Casson is pleased to welcome two new associates to our growing team. Daniel Steele has joined us as a Staff Accountant and Luke Billings, CPA as a Supervisor in the Dover, Delaware office. Daniel...
 
31
Jul
Is a Roth IRA conversion right for you this year?
If you have a traditional IRA, you might benefit from converting some or all of it to a Roth IRA. A conversion can allow you to turn tax-deferred future growth into tax-free growth. It also can provid...
 
24
Jun
A Quick Fix for Workplace Problems
Even if you know you are "in the right," or you have been wronged by another party, it may not be in your best interest to pursue time-consuming legal action. One widely used method to resolve such is...
 
18
Jun
Ten Ideas for Better Brainstorming
Are you looking to boost your business income? Although brainstorming might lead to that "million dollar idea," it can also be a waste of time. Here are 10 ideas to improve productivity. 1. Choose a ...
 
4
Jun
Alison L. Houck Promoted to Partner
Faw Casson is excited to announce that Alison L. Houck, CPA has been promoted to Partner. Please join us in congratulating her. Alison is the Partner in charge of the Firm's Rehoboth office, and spec...
 
7
Apr
The Art of Delegating Work
'Nobody can do the job that has to be done as well as I can." This is a common refrain among small-business owners. Yet, it is impossible to be in all places at all times. Furthermore, if the business...
 
1
Apr
Can I claim my elderly parent as a dependent?
For you to deduct up to $3,900 on your 2013 tax return under the adult-dependent exemption, in most cases the parent must have less gross income for the tax year than the exemption amount. Generally S...
 
28
Mar
It’s not too late to make a 2013 contribution to an IRA
Tax-advantaged retirement plans allow your money to grow tax-deferred - or, in the case of Roth accounts, tax-free. But annual contributions are limited by tax law, and any unused limit can't be carri...
 
18
Mar
Your 2013 return may be your last chance for 2 depreciation-related breaks
If you purchased qualifying assets by Dec. 31, 2013, you may be able to take advantage of these depreciation-related breaks on your 2013 tax return: 1. Bonus depreciation. This additional first-year ...
 
4
Mar
Faw Casson Receives Highest Peer Review Rating
Faw Casson is pleased to announce we have again received the highest rating from the National Peer Review Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The Firm has cons...
 
28
Feb
What to Expect When Filing Your 2013 Tax Return
Did you know that the government shutdown has had an impact on your tax return? Because the shutdown prevented the IRS from doing some of its standard tax season preparation, the filing season will be...
 
18
Feb
Short-term ACA relief now available for midsize and large employers
Recently released IRS final regulations for the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) employer shared-responsibility provision provide some short-term relief for midsize and large employers. Under the ACA, t...
 
23
Jan
Will Congress revive expired tax breaks?
Many valuable tax breaks expired at the end of 2013. But Congress probably will revive at least some of them, likely retroactively to January 1, 2014. The question is exactly which breaks they'll exte...
 
22
Jan
Are you meeting the ACA’s additional Medicare tax withholding requirements?
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), beginning in 2013, taxpayers with FICA wages over $200,000 per year ($250,000 for joint filers and $125,000 for married filing separately) had to pay an additional...
 
16
Jan
Tax Time is here again
The time to file taxes is fast approaching. Help ease the stress by starting to prepare now. The first step? Gather W-2s and 1099s. Once the holiday season is in the rearview mirror, taxpayers are of...
 
2
Jan
Should you increase your retirement plan contributions in 2014?
With the new year upon us, it's time to start thinking about 2014 retirement plan contributions. Contributing the maximum you're allowed to an employer-sponsored defined contribution plan is likely a ...
 
29
Oct
Maximize your 2013 depreciation deductions with a cost segregation study
If you've recently purchased or built a building or are remodeling existing space, consider a cost segregation study. It identifies property components and related costs that can be depreciated much f...
 
24
Oct
Will your exec comp be subject to expanded Medicare taxes?
Maybe. The following types of executive compensation could be subject to the health care act's 0.9% additional Medicare tax: • Fair market value (FMV) of restricted stock once the stock is no longer ...
 
16
Oct
Why you should max out your 2013 401(k) contribution
Contributing the maximum you're allowed to an employer-sponsored defined contribution plan, such as a 401(k), 403(b) or 457 plan, is likely a smart move: • Contributions are typically pretax, reducin...
 
7
Oct
Roundup of Year-End Planning Ideas
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) extended and enhanced various tax breaks for individuals and small-business owners in 2013. However, ATRA also imposed higher taxes, and a new 3.8% Medi...
 
4
Oct
IRS issues final regs on tangible property expenses
The regulations (IRS T.D. 9636) provide guidance on how to comply with Sections 162 and 263 of the Internal Revenue Code. These sections require amounts paid to acquire, produce or improve tangible pr...
 
1
Oct
Planning Ahead for the Health Care Law
The federal government recently announced that one of the key provisions in the massive 2010 health care legislation-the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the PPACA)-will be postponed for on...
 
11
Sep
IRS makes more same-sex couples eligible for federal tax treatment as a married couple
In response to the U.S. Supreme Court's June decision regarding same-sex marriage, the IRS recently clarified that married same-sex couples will be treated as married for all federal tax provisions in...
 
5
Sep
OPEN POSITIONS
WE ARE HIRING! Faw Casson is currently seeking to fill two positions. One in our Rehoboth Beach, DE office and one in our Dover, DE office. Senior Level CPA or CPA-candidate with audit experience wa...
 
9
Aug
Don’t Skimp on S Corporation Salaries
S Corporation owners often take modest salaries as a tax-saving strategy. By distributing most of the corporation's profits in the form of dividends rather than wages, the company and its owners can a...
 
7
Aug
SCAM ALERT!
In recent months, we've seen an increase in correspondence via mail, fax, and email alerting the recipient of issues with the State of Delaware Department of Revenue, which will be taken care of on th...
 
7
Aug
SCAM ALERT!
In recent months, we've seen an increase in correspondence via mail, fax, and email alerting the recipient of issues with the State of Delaware Department of Revenue, which will be taken care of on th...
 
31
Jul
Faw Casson Announces New Director of Operations
Faw Casson is pleased to announce Lisa S. Hastings, CPA as the Firm's new Director of Operations. Lisa joined Faw Casson in 1986 and, in addition to her leadership responsibilities to the Firm, works ...
 
31
Jul
Faw Casson Opens Office in Rehoboth Beach, DE
Faw Casson is excited to announce the grand opening of a new office at 20245 Bay Vista Road; Suite 204, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The ribbon cutting and open house was held on July 23, 2013. It was we...
 
31
Jul
The new 0.9% Medicare tax: Watch out for withholding issues
Under the health care act, starting in 2013, taxpayers with earned income over $200,000 per year ($250,000 for joint filers and $125,000 for married filing separately) must pay an additional 0.9% Medi...
 
4
Jun
Planning to make a large cash gift for high school graduation? Consider paying some college tuition instead.
With commencement ceremonies for high school seniors coming up, many parents and grandparents are contemplating making cash gifts the student can use for college expenses. But if gift and estate taxes...
 
31
May
Don’t be a Victim: Identity Theft Prevention Techniques
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Nowhere is this idiom more true than when it is applied to the issue of identity theft. The 2013 Identity Fraud Report released in February 2013 by J...
 
29
May
Top 20 Changes in New Tax Law
The new American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA)-signed on January 2, 2013-features sweeping tax changes for both individual and business taxpayers. Here is a roundup of 20 of the most important pr...
 
26
May
Be prepared for the health care act's
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010's shared responsibility provision, commonly referred to as "play or pay," is scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, 2014. It doesn't require employers ...
 
5
Apr
Fraud Prevention Webinar: Protect Yourself and Your Business
Too many businesses focus on fraud prevention only after they have experienced the loss and heartache that comes with being a victim of these crimes. Join us for a brief webinar 5/23 at 2:00pm as Faw...
 
2
Apr
Lower FSA contribution limit may make HSAs more attractive
Previously, employers could set whatever limit they wanted on employee contributions to Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) for health care. But starting in 2013, the maximum limit is $2,500. If you're...
 
26
Mar
2012 American Taxpayer Relief Act: Individuals
After much debate and anticipation, Congress has passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 which averts the tax side of the fiscal cliff, provides numerous extenders and avoids the automatic sun...
 
26
Mar
2012 American Taxpayer Relief Act: Business and Investments
After weeks of negotiation, Congress has passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act to avert the tax side of the "Fiscal Cliff" and bring some certainty to the Tax Code. Almost all taxpayers are affected...
 
20
Mar
Section 199 – Manufacturer’s Deduction And So Much More
While this IRS code section has been called the Manufacturer's deduction it is available to more than manufacturers. If your company manufactures, produces, grows, or constructs within the United Stat...
 
22
Jan
Newly revived “charitable IRA rollovers”: Time is running out for 2012 tax savings
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) revives for 2012 and 2013 the opportunity to make tax-free IRA distributions (up to $100,000 per year) for charitable purposes. If you're age 70½...
 
4
Jan
Three Tax Increases Under the Fiscal Cliff Deal
On Jan. 2, Congress passed the American Tax Relief Act to address the fiscal cliff. The act makes permanent 2012 income tax rates for most taxpayers, as well as alternative minimum tax relief. It also...
 
24
Sep
Eight Top Tax Breaks in Jeopardy
No one is sure exactly what the upcoming national election will bring, but tax reforms are likely to be on the table. In the meantime, several key tax breaks are scheduled to expire after 2012 unless ...
 
18
Sep
Why you may want to incur medical expenses before year end
Currently, if your eligible medical expenses exceed 7.5% of your adjusted gross income (AGI), you can deduct the excess amount. But in 2013, the 2010 health care act increases this "floor" to 10% for ...
 
13
Sep
Complications to New Cost-Basis Rules
New "cost-basis" reporting rules for investments went into effect in 2011...sort of. These new rules are being phased in over a three-year period. What's more, due to the way the changes are being imp...
 
7
Aug
Delaware Tax Credit for Charitable Contributions
By: Kimberly A. Fonda, CPA, CFE The Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) provides an opportunity for charitable contributions to give back to the donor. The Act allows businesses or individuals a reduct...
 
7
Aug
Veterans’ Opportunity Tax Credit Signed
By: Kimbery A. Fonda, CPA, CFE Delaware's Veterans' Opportunity Tax Credit Act was signed into law July 31, 2012 in an effort to decrease the number of unemployed veterans within the State. The benef...
 
19
Jun
Congratulations to our New Partners
Faw Casson is excited to announce the promotion of four individuals to the position of Partner . Please join us in extending congratulations to James E. Arthur, CPA, Lauren Harper, CPA, CFE, Brian J. ...
 
21
May
Locking Down the Home Sale Tax Exclusion
Even with real estate prices depressed in many parts of the country, long-time homeowners might be liable for tax on a sizeable gain when they finally sell the family abode. Fortunately, a special tax...
 
30
Apr
Accountant Wanted
Our Dover, DE office is looking for career-minded CPAs and CPA candidates. For individuals who are qualified, confident and motivated, we offer an upbeat and innovative work environment, a commitment ...
 
24
Apr
IRS Explains Rules for Estate-Tax Portability
The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 (the "2010 Tax Relief Act") features the most generous federal estate-tax exemption ever. Furthermore, for the firs...
 
13
Apr
How to Tax-Proof a Business Venture
Virtually any new business undertaking in 2012 is likely to be a risky proposition. At least entrepreneurs and investors can secure some tax protection under Section 1244 of the Internal Revenue Code....
 
5
Apr
New Payroll Tax Holiday
Just before President's Day, the members of Congress agreed to extend the "payroll tax holiday" for the rest of 2012. Debate over the extension had fueled bipartisan politics in this national election...
 
27
Mar
New Ways to Settle Worker Classification
The IRS is offering a unique opportunity to employers who have misclassified workers as independent contractors rather than as employees. Under a special IRS program, an employer may volunteer to sett...
 
20
Mar
Straight Talk on Above-the-Line Deductions
Tax professionals often speak about deductions that are "above" or "below" the line. In this case, the "line" is the point for determining adjusted gross income (AGI). The types of expenses generally ...
 
5
Mar
Hold the (Cell) Phone: The IRS Calls In
The IRS has issued new guidance on the tax treatment of employer-provided cell phones used by employees. The guidance is in accordance with the removal of strict reporting requirements under the
 
24
Feb
Burden of Proof for Charitable Deductions
A few years ago, the tax rules requiring substantiation for charitable donations were tightened. Now, a new ruling shows that the IRS really means business. Background: To deduct charitable contribut...
 
9
Feb
New Rules on Fee Disclosures for Retirement Plans
The Department of Labor has recently released the final rules on fee disclosures (also known as the 408(b)(2) rules), which are designed to increase transparency of fees inside retirement plans. After...
 
1
Feb
Five 401(k) Mistakes to Avoid
The 401(k) plan has long supplanted the traditional pension plan as the most popular type of tax-qualified retirement plan. Thus, there is a good chance that an employee will be eligible to participat...
 
26
Jan
Transcript: AICPA National Conference on Employee Benefit Plans Key Points
By: Lisa S. Hastings and Stephanie J. Turner Lisa: Hi, this is Lisa Hastings. Stephanie Turner and I attended the AICPA National Conference in Washington, DC just before Christmas, and want to share ...
 
5
Jan
Dealing with Independent Contractor Issues
Now that flexible work arrangements are becoming more common, it is even more difficult to tell the difference between "employees" and "independent contractors." Nevertheless, it is important for empl...
 
18
Oct
Succession Planning: Now is the Time
By Dana Wattay, CPA Having a plan in position to replace retiring or transitioning talent is one of the most important things a business can do to ensure the continued prosperity and growth of the or...
 
21
Sep
Proposed – American Jobs Act of 2011
The American Jobs Act of 2011, proposed by President Obama on 9/12, is presently being honed by Congress. In its current state, the proposed $447 billion job-creation plan has several key aspects of ...
 
12
Aug
Delaware Tax Credit Saved!
In 2010 a Delaware Senate bill was introduced that would have eliminated the Blue Collar Job Tax Credit. The Blue Collar Credit is a state tax credit that benefits certain qualified activities, includ...
 
29
Jul
Meet our Certified Fraud Examiners
A Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) is a specialist in the detection and deterrence of a wide range of white-collar crimes - from discovering employees or executives who misappropriate company assets t o...
 
24
May
Big Changes for FSAs in 2011
A little-noticed provision in the 2010 health care legislation may affect flexible spending accounts (FSAs) in 2011. ackground: With an FSA, participants save tax by making contributions to the accou...
 
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