14 Feb 2018
February 14, 2018

February 23, 2018 Tax Re-Forum

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Simplifying the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Join us for a complimentary breakfast and refreshments as our team of professionals clear the confusion and simplify the most dramatic change to the tax code in recent history. Breakfast 7:30 – 8:00 am Presentation 8:00 – 9:00 am R.D. Scinto’s Corporate Tower Three Auditorium Three Corporate Drive.. read more →

17 Jan 2018
January 17, 2018

DHL&S PROMOTIONS

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Shelton, Connecticut January 1, 2018 – DHL&S, P.C., Certified Public Accounting and consulting firm specializing in accounting, tax, auditing, and business consulting, with offices in Shelton, CT, is pleased to announce the following promotions effective January 1, 2018: Adam M. Formus Adam M. Formus, CPA, CFE has been promoted to Principal in the Audit and.. read more →

If you offer gifts or money to qualified organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions, you must do two things: Have a bank record or written communication from the charity for any monetary contributions. Get a written acknowledgment from the charity for any single donation of $250 or more. Here are six things you should.. read more →

17 Jan 2018
January 17, 2018

Handling Employees Across State Lines

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Do you have employees who live in one state and work in another? You may run into this if: Your company is located near a state border. You have employees who travel to job sites in other states. You have employees who work remotely. You are expanding into new states. Having some basic understanding of.. read more →

Is having your children work in your family-owned business a blessing or a curse? Here are five tips for making it a blessing and preventing it from being curse: Have them work elsewhere for at least five years. They need time to mature, becoming their own individuals, and to gain confidence learning and doing things.. read more →

The kiddie tax is a set of laws designed to stop parents from moving assets to their children to avoid paying taxes. It applies to unearned income — that is, income that doesn’t come from working and being employed. For example, your child may be the recipient of income from investments — dividends, interest and.. read more →

14 Dec 2017
December 14, 2017

6 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

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Sadly, a large percentage of people — most notably, the baby-boom generation (1946-1964) — have made some monumental retirement mistakes. If they had come to us earlier, seeking retirement advice, we could have helped them avoid many classic retirement blunders. Here are six of them: Mistake 1. Failing to set aside enough money for retirement… read more →

14 Dec 2017
December 14, 2017

Bracket Changes and More From the IRS

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You haven’t even filed your 2017 taxes yet, but the IRS has already announced changes that will affect your 2018 taxes, which you’ll be filing in 2019. The changes were announced in Revenue Procedure 2017-58, which runs 28 pages, but below are some key points. How do these changes impact you? Give us a call,.. read more →

14 Dec 2017
December 14, 2017

Tax Reform – Where do we stand?

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By: Diana Teixeira, CPA, MST On December 2, 2017, the Senate approved a tax reform plan, which is now on the table next to the House’s tax reform plan. While the ideas of tax reform have come a long way, there are still many differences for Congress to work out. These differences are highlighted below:.. read more →

Our very own Director of Client Representation, Jim Rollinson Jr., CPA, MST, recently presented about IRS Controversy at HLB, our International Affiliate’s Annual Tax Conference in Jamaica. The presentation gave HLB member firms a look into the IRS’s present practice, which included practical advice on dealing with IRS controversy. For a copy of the slides.. read more →