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Small Business – Avoid ACA Penalties

30.06.2015
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This June Issue Spotlight focuses on the ACA and end of temporary relief for small business. Effective July 1, small businesses may be subject to penalties.  It contains information on:

How to avoid ACA Penalties
Background info on ACA and Reimbursement Plans
Special notice for 2% S Corp Shareholder Situations

AICPA Issue Spotlight June 26, 2015 shared by TR&S CPA 

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May 2015 Newsletter

6.05.2015
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This newsletter is full of ideas and suggestions that can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning.  It contains information on:

Holding Stocks in Retirement Accounts
Finding a Low-Tax State
What Lower Oil Prices Mean to Your Company
Tax Calendar

CPA Client Newsletter May 2015 TR&S CPA 

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April 2015 Newsletter

3.04.2015
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This newsletter is full of ideas and suggestions that can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning.  It contains information on:

Are Tax Refunds Good or Bad?
Seeking Safety in Long-Term Treasuries
Private Health Insurance Exchanges for Business Owners
Tax Calendar

CPA Client Newsletter April 2015 TR&S CPA 

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This CPA Client Tax Letter is provided by Twilley, Rommel & Stephens P.A.  to its clients through an arrangement with the AICPA, which holds the copyright to the CPA Client Tax Letter and reserves all rights. Permission […]

Business Tax Write Up

5.03.2015
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Fringe Benefits

You can reap tax benefits and minimize costs by knowing how fringe benefits are treated under the tax code. The basic rule is this: Fringe benefits are taxable compensation. But there are exceptions in the Internal Revenue Code to encourage businesses and individuals to do things that lawmakers deem to be good public policy.

As a result, some fringe benefits are exempt from tax, if certain rules are satisfied. Other benefits are tax deferred, with no income tax due until a later date. Or they are taxed at lower rates, such as capital gains […]