Last Friday, January 23, we posted a blog on how health care reform will affect businesses in 2015. Today, we add more information on how individuals will be impacted.
A couple national agencies have recently released warnings about businesses being defrauded through internet communication. Please continue to be careful and
In the past few months, Iâ€™ve had clients call me in a panic because they had just received a phone call from someone claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service
Itâ€™s massive, and itâ€™s complicated. At more than 2,000 pages, the Affordable Care ActFewer than 50 employees.For 2010 through 2013, small companies that paid
Did your portion of health care premiums increase again this year? Not a surprise, according to a recent report released by The Commonwealth Fund, "When increases in workers'...
The IRS has revealed that its level of service to U.S. taxpayers is expected to decline due to a combination of factors – increased workloads and cuts to the agency
Breakeven analysis is an important and useful tool in business. Whether starting a new business, expanding current operations, contemplating an acquisition, downsizing,
The tax law requires that certain tax numbers be adjusted for inflation each year. Because inflation was minimal in 2014, most of these numbers are unchanged or change on
Ohioans will have to wait a bit longer than usual on their tax refunds. Officials at the Ohio Department of Taxation are blaming the surge in fraud attempts last year
You might find it interesting to read the attached Summary from the Ohio Society of CPAs on upcoming changes to the municipal tax code in Ohio. The Ohio Society has been actively promoting
The IRS recently announced that the mileage rate for business driving in 2015 will be 57.5Â¢ a mile, a slight increase from the 2014 rate of 56Â¢ per mile. The rate
Just before adjourning for 2014, Congress passed a bill retroactively extending more than 50 tax breaks, often collectively referred to as the "tax extenders." These tax