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Tax planning isn’t typically anyone’s favorite part of the year—especially when major tax reform is involved. Typical year-end tax planning advice expounds on the virtues of accelerating deductions and deferring income, where opportunities are both possible and economically viable. With tax reform poised to pass Congress on December 21st and head to President Trump for […]

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By Rick Cooley, CPA On January 20, 2017, President Donald Trump issued a presidential memorandum declaring a moratorium on all new federal rule making. This practice is not unusual for an incoming president, especially one from a different political party than the departing president. In fact, former President Barack Obama issued a similar order shortly […]

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By Rick Cooley, CPA Whether you love or hate the United States’ 45th President, Donald J. Trump, all taxpayers should prepare for big changes in tax year 2018. Though President Trump talked a great deal about tax reform while on the campaign trail, we are all anxiously awaiting the tax reform legislation that will emerge from his […]

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By Rick Cooley, CPA As you’ve heard, the new healthcare law contains many new tax provisions that impact employers of all sizes. That said, understanding the size and structure of your workforce – whether it is small or large – will help you understand the details of the impact on your organization and navigate the […]

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By Rick Cooley, CPA It wasn’t pretty. It was a tough, brutal battle. We’re not talking about the playoff game between Seattle and Atlanta. We’re talking about the battle on the Beltway – the one dealing with the fiscal cliff — the passing of the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA.) Now that legislation has been […]

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