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Whether you are handling your personal finances or doing small business accounting, it is important to understand capital gains taxes. Put simply, you must pay capital gains taxes anytime you sell an asset for profit. However, there are many factors that can influence how much you owe the IRS. Below are a few important terms[…]

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As a small business owner, it’s unlikely that your dream of running your own business included hours of accounting. But tracking your expenses, invoices, payments and taxes is essential to keeping your business running smoothly and avoiding any trouble with the IRS. With a little organization and planning, you can make sure your accounting tasks[…]

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Divorce brings with it a myriad of financial changes in your life.  It is critical to consult with an accountant as you go through the process to ensure that you and your attorney can negotiate important pieces of your post-divorce financial life.   When we work with a divorcing individual or couple, we take a[…]

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Accountant and clients

A “CPA” is a Certified Public Accountant. All CPAs are accountants but not all accountants are CPAs. The difference between the two is education, experience and licensing. Many individuals, couples, and business owners wonder if they need to hire a CPA and what the distinction means. To become a CPA, educational and experience requirements need[…]

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The Comptroller of Maryland has issued a news release alerting personal income taxpayers and tax professionals about a new phishing email scam that impersonates tax software providers. The email has a subject line of “Software Support Update” and informs recipients that due to a software upgrade, the preparer must revalidate their login credentials. The link within the[…]

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