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ACA Update for our Clients

27.10.2015
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As we begin year end planning, it is a crucial time to review how you are handling the health care reforms
contained in the Affordable Care Act. If you employ 50 or more full time and/or full time equivalent (FTE)
employees, you may be subject to penalties and reporting requirements for 2015 and/or 2016. If you own
multiple companies, the companies may need to be aggregated to determine if you are at the 50 employee
threshold. If you are unsure of whether you would be subject to any of the provisions, we would be more than
happy to […]

October 2015 Newsletter

5.10.2015
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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:

Cons and Pros of Roth IRAs
Where to Find Investment Income
Social Media for Business Owners
Tax Calendar

CPA Client Newsletter October 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 is required for […]

September 2015 Newsletter

11.09.2015
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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:

Past Losses Offer Winning Opportunities
Supreme Court Decision May Affect State Taxes
Ongoing Responsibility for Retirement Plans
Tax Calendar

CPA Client Newsletter September 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 is required […]

MD Residents: You May Be Able to Claim a Tax Credit

17.07.2015
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Historically, Maryland has allowed a state tax credit on a Maryland resident income tax return for taxes paid to other states; however, this credit has not been available to offset the local county tax calculation.  In a decision issued last month, the United States Supreme Court declared that Maryland’s refusal to grant a credit for taxes paid to nonresident states against the local county tax violates the dormant commerce clause of the Constitution of the United States.

What does this mean for Maryland taxpayers?  If you are a Maryland resident that earned income […]

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