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Wilton Manors Book Keepers Aim To Keep You On Sound Financial Footing

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Wilton Manors book keepers gather tips to keep your finances on track.

Expertise doesn’t come easily in accounting, which is why the Wilton Manors book keepers of Sterling Accounting dedicate themselves to helping businesses navigate their finances properly.

But our dedication to businesses goes beyond providing the best expertise of our Wilton Manors book keepers to passing along some of the tips we see. Here…

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Treasury Secretary Promises Postcard-Sized 1040 Form

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Taxes could be simpler next year.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the IRS 1040 form for taxes being released this week will be much smaller than the current form.

“It will be a postcard, as we have promised,” he said, according to the Wall Street Journal. “Hardworking taxpayers won’t have to spend nearly as much time filling out their taxes.”

That simpler form is the result…

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Fort Lauderdale Accountants Tips For Handling IRS Letters

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The Fort Lauderdale accountants of Sterling Accounting stand ready to help with tax issues.

No one is eager to hear from the IRS, as the Fort Lauderdale accountants of Sterling Accounting know. But, just as there are several different reasons the IRS would send a letter, there are also a number of ways to handle a missive from the tax man.

Consumer Reports has gathered a useful…

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What we know about Republican tax plans

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a key player in changes to the tax code.

Trying to understand just what GOP tax plans barreling through Congress means to businesses and individuals is a little like nailing jello to the wall. Which is why experts like Wilton Manors accountants Sterling Accounting are needed.

Things could still change before the tax package is approved by Congress and signed by President…

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Can You Pay Employee’s In Cryptocurrency?

paying employees in cryptocurrency paying employees in cryptocurrency Cryptocurrencies have marked their place in the economy, with investors banking early on forms like Bitcoin, and walking away with exponential growth to their investment. By what about paying employees in this form? “When a company first approaches its employees about paying them in cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin and Ether, employees might be a bit apprehensive. It might take some good, old…

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10 States With The Highest Commercial Property Taxes

top 10 cities with highest commercial property taxes An annual report from Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence is pointing out the recent shift in property values and how it’s affecting taxes across all 50 states. So where are the 10 states with the highest commercial property taxes today? “Property taxes that are rebounding along with recovering property values should be no surprise to…

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Accounting Services Your Business Can Depend On

business services from sterling accounting Are you spending too much time keeping the books, and not focusing on growing your business? The financial team, at Sterling Tax & Accounting Services, with over 15 years experience is waiting to help you with:

Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Accounts Reconciliation, QuickBooks® Set Up and Training, Small Business Payroll, Processing Small Business Quarterly Tax Reporting, Annual Government Filing, Financial Statements, and More!

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“Bill Nye the Science Guy” Takes On Disney Over Accounting And Profits

bill nye the science guy sues disney “Bill Nye the Science Guy” is taking the fight to Disney, according to Variety, claiming the media giant withheld $28 million in profit from the TV science host due to accounting mistakes…

“According to the lawsuit, Nye grew suspicious in 2008 when Disney told him he owed the studio almost $500,000 because of a whopping “accounting error.” The company…

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IRS Loosening Retirement Plan Rules For Harvey Victims

irs loosens retirement rules for harvey victims The devastation in South East Texas on account of Hurricane Harvey has residents and neighbors working day and night to dry out and recover what they can. The IRS has loosened some retirement plan rules to help with the hardships being endured…

“The Internal Revenue Service granted additional relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey on Wednesday by allowing 401(k)s and other…

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