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April 2017 Newsletter

3.04.2017
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This month’s newsletter can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning.  It contains the following topics:

Dealing With an IRS Audit
Deciding About a Vacation Home
ESOPs as Retirement Plans
Tax Calendar

Happier Returns
Of the 152 million individual income tax returns filed in 2016, about 110 million generated refunds, averaging $2,857.

CPA Client Newsletter April 2017 from TR&S CPA 

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2nd Quarter 2017 News

16.03.2017
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This special edition Q2 2017 Tax Letter is full of investing and planning strategies that can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning.  It contains information on:

Be Cautious With Hard-to-Value IRAs
Drawing Down Your Portfolio in Retirement
How Investments in Gold Are Taxed
Foreign Stock Funds Can Be Doubly Taxing
Profit Sharing Plans for Your Small Business

CPA Client Tax Letter Q2 2017 from TR&S CPA 

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March 2017 Newsletter

28.02.2017
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This month’s newsletter can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning.  It contains the following topics:

Playing Defense as Stock Prices Soar
Holding Down Premiums for Medicare Part B
Safe Harbor 401(k) Plans for Small Companies
Tax Calendar

States for Seniors Of more than 55 million total Medicare beneficiaries, about 10 million live in just two states: California and Florida.

CPA Client Newsletter March 2017 from TR&S CPA 

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Attn Business Owners in MD

24.02.2017
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Information for Business Owners Regarding MD Annual Corporate Filing Fees

There has been a proposed change in the Maryland annual corporate filing fee. HB0691 proposes changing the current flat fee structure of $300/year to a graduated scale (ranging from $150 – $4000) based on taxable assets.

Maryland has introduced legislation to alter the Maryland Personal Property Return filing fee for returns to be filed in 2018.  The proposed fee will be based on your taxable assets (not yet defined but assumed to be personal property) as of 12/31/2017.  For business owners who own no […]

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