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You need reliable information to make confident decisions. Trust us to provide accurate information on a timely basis with our complete range of accounting, auditing, and business advisory services.

 

Tax Planning & Preparation

Tax Preparation for Individuals & Businesses

Personal and business taxes prepared, reviewed and filed. We’ll also provide tax planning so you pay the least amount of tax.

 

Financial Planning

Financial Planning Services

You earned it. You should keep it. Our estate planning professionals will guide you through growing your assets while building income based on your current needs and future expectations.

Important Information and Tax Rules that May Affect You

Why you might want to file early and answers to other tax season questions

The IRS opened the 2023 individual income tax return filing season on Jan. 23. Even if you usually don’t file until closer to the mid-April deadline (or you file an extension), you may want to file early. It can potentially protect you from tax identity theft. In these scams, a thief uses another person’s personal […]

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Tax-saving ways to help pay for college — once your child starts attending

If you have a child or grandchild in college, there are tax breaks you may be able to claim after the child begins attending. For example, you can take the American Opportunity Tax Credit of up to $2,500 per student for the first four years of college, a 100% credit for the first $2,000 in […]

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Tax-wise ways to save for college

If you’re a parent with college-bound children, you may want to save for future college costs. There may be tax-favored ways to save. For example, 529 plans allow you to make contributions to an account set up to meet a child’s education expenses. Contributions aren’t deductible and are treated as taxable gifts to the child. […]

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SECURE 2.0 law may make you more secure in retirement

The SECURE 2.0 Act, which was signed into law on Dec. 29, 2022, will help many Americans save more for retirement. However, many of the provisions don’t kick in for a few years. One provision that does take effect this year is an increase in the age for beginning required minimum distributions (RMDs). Employer-sponsored qualified […]

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Renting to a relative? Watch out for tax traps

If you rent a home you own to a relative, there may be tax consequences. Renting out a home you own may result in a tax loss for you even if the rental income is more than your operating costs. You’re entitled to a depreciation deduction for your cost of the home (except for the […]

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Save for retirement by getting the most out of your 401(k) plan

Does your employer offer a 401(k) plan? If so, contributing to it is a wise way to build a substantial nest egg. If you’re not already contributing the maximum allowed, consider increasing the amount. With a 401(k), an employee elects to have a certain amount of pay deferred and contributed by an employer on his […]

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