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June 2014 Newsletter

8.06.2014
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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:

The Risks of Riskless Investing
How Inherited Assets Differ From Gifts
Prime Points for Your Buy-Sell
Tax Calendar

CPA Client Newsletter June 2014 TR&S CPA – click to read!

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 is […]

March Tax Update

20.03.2014
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Read About Stocks, Life Insurance and Annuities, Underused Business Tax Deductions and more in our March 2014 Tax Bulletin!

Are you looking to save money on taxes?  You could be missing some business tax deductions.  This bulletin talks about underused deductions you could be taking advantage of.  You can also learn about mixing IRA distributions with social security and more.  We are available to answer any questions that you may have and to help you make the right financial decisions for your family and for your business.  Call us at 410-749-1919 […]

February Tax Bulletin – What You Need to Know

31.01.2014
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2014 Year-End Tax Planning

Read About SEP Plans, IRA Distributions and More in our February 2014 Tax Bulletin!

Learn more about changes in SEP plans and how they can be customized for your individual needs. IRA distributions and social security are also covered.  We are available to answer any questions that you may have and to help you make the right financial decisions for your family and for your business.  Call us at 410-749-1919 to schedule an appointment.

This newsletter is full of ideas and suggestions that can help you with ongoing financial management and tax planning. […]

Urgent Information on Section 179 Deductions

3.01.2014
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The Internal Revenue Service has issued new, final regulations that have significant impact on the tax treatment of expenditures made in connection with the acquisition and use of tangible property, beginning in taxable years beginning in 2014.  The regulations specify that a business may write off the full cost of certain items rather than recover it over a number of years through depreciation. While section 179 expensing may apply to certain capital expenditures, it is subject to annual dollar limitations and phase outs; the new regulations provide expensing for items subject neither to an overall dollar limitations nor phase […]

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