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Posts from April, 2019

  • 2019 Tax Refunds Delay As we get deeper into the 2019 tax season, some taxpayers are experiencing a delay in receiving their tax refunds. The old adage that if you are expecting a refund you should file early seems to be coming under fire a bit in recent years, but none so much as the 2019 tax ... Continue Reading
  • Changes In The 2018 Tax Forms With the acceptance of the Tax Cuts and Job Act reform, we are now seeing the results of one of the most expansive tax law changes in nearly thirty years. With this came large changes to the forms and reporting structures themselves. No longer are Forms 1040-A or 1040-EZ ... Continue Reading
  • What Are Business Financial Statements? There are three financial statements that every company needs to understand, review and produce, on an annual basis, at a minimum. These consist of the Profit and Loss statement (P&L), Balance Sheet (BASH) and the Cash Flow statement. The profit and loss statement, also ... Continue Reading
  • Childcare Options and Costs One of the hardest things to do as a parent is to leave your child in someone else’s care so that you can go back to work. Sometimes, preparing for the cost of that care can be nearly as difficult. Some care centers can cost more than in-state tuition at a university. More ... Continue Reading