- Jul 13, 2022
Property Tax Credit
Abatement, Deferral and Exemption Programs for Individuals. -Tyson Hemphill, Certified Public Accountant Utah law allows Utah residents 5...
Andrea Winkler, CPA
- Jan 19, 2021
Love your Children: Set Them Up for Success
I have to start this little post by thanking my parents for making me do hard things as a child and learn the skills I needed to get to...
- Jan 21, 2019
Will the Government Shutdown Affect Your Tax Refund?
Here is a USA Today article that addresses that very question. Tax refunds will go out even if the government shutdown extends into...
- Aug 24, 2017
6 Tax Tips for Startups
Taxes are rarely the first thing an entrepreneur thinks about – which is why tax and accounting advisors should. With that in mind, the...
JOYCE M. ROSENBERG
- Aug 16, 2017
What’s next? Who’s next?
NEW YORK (AP) — Jessica Sayles is thinking about who might take over for her when she retires at age 55 from the accounting firm where...
- Jul 27, 2017
Need A Change? Well...You've Got It!
CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING FOR LEASES Leases are an important financing tool for many businesses. They allow companies to access the benefits...
Matthew Thatcher, CPA
- Jul 6, 2017
Working for Yourself or Working to Pay Taxes?
Are you self-employed? According to the IRS you are classified as self-employed if one of these three situations apply to you: “You carry...
Davis & Bott CPA
- Jan 24, 2017
What Can I Do To Minimize My Taxes?
Each person’s tax situation will vary that when it comes to minimizing taxes there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution; business owners...
- Aug 29, 2016
5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs an Accountant
As a small-business owner, you probably thrive in a DIY environment; but the more hats you wear, the less you’ll accomplish successfully....