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Cybersecurity Awareness

We take our job seriously and we want the best for our clients.  Part of that job is to protect your information.  Cyber criminals are searching to get access to sensitive information.  We are aware of this threat and want to share with you tips to keep your data safe.…

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Is your Business a Hobby?

Many new small businesses take time to get off the ground and become profitable.  When a new sole proprietor or single member LLC owner reports the business activity on the Schedule C, they often ask me how many years can they deduct a loss on this activity. A key component…

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Plan to Buy a New Truck on December 31?

Are you considering buying a new vehicle or truck before the last day of the year?  Do you want to know how much can be deducted for depreciation in the first year? The deduction depends if the vehicle is an automobile rated less than 6,000 GVW, truck or van between…

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Time to clean out the files

You are wondering how much of the stuff in your file drawers you can clean out, throw away or shred.  Year-end is a good time to clear out the old to get ready for the new.  Spend some time setting up your system for keeping valuable tax and financial records.…

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Overtime Rule Delayed

On Tuesday, November 22 a U.S. District Court judge granted a preliminary injunction blocking the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime regulation from going into effect on December 1, 2016. The injunction gives the court more time to review the rule, and make any final decision on the DOL’s rule,…

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