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IRS Provides Tax Relief for Hurricane Florence Victims

The aftermath of Hurricane Florence has left many with no power, flooding, and devastating damage to homes and entire towns throughout the Carolina's. As victims work to recover from the damage, the IRS has granted those affected with an additional extension to file their tax returns and make certain tax payments. What are the terms & condition...
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President Trump is forgiving student loans indebtedness

STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS CHANGES UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP: DO YOU QUALIFY? President Trump's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act implemented a number of changes, including alterations that affect student loan borrowers. Here's what you need to know about how the new act modifies student loan discharge: ​ What Changes were made? As of January 1 st , 2018, Death and ...
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Looking for an enthusiastic Staff Accountant to join our team

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: COMPANY DESCRIPTION We are a small tax firm <10 employees providing various tax accounting and consulting services. We offer the flexibility you would expect in a smaller firm atmosphere with a lot of diversity in the day-to-day activities. We also offer tremendous growth and development opportunities with ...
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Cloud Accounting with Keith Boyer, CPA LLC

We have recently adopted using a cloud-based portal called Smart Vault which gives our clients easy access to their documents. Smart Vault essentially serves as an electronic filing cabinet for all of our client data.  I remember the days when a whole room used to occupy paper files of client data. Technology has enabled us to go paper-free and become more efficient with transferring client documents.    Whether you filed your tax return by the April deadline or you filed for an extension, you may be overwhelmed by the amount of documentation involved. With my firm, you will receive very little paper documentation unless requested. We are finding that most millennials don’t like any paper at all!  With that being said, it’s a great time to take a look at your records for previous tax years to see what you can purge. Consider the statute of limitations At a minimum, keep tax records...
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