There are several important tax return due date changes to note for 2016 tax returns prepared during the 2017 filing season. These changes were part of the Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015 and the Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act. Effective January 1, 2017,….
As the clock strikes midnight, Americans celebrate and scream “Happy New Year!”, but many of those same people wake up the next morning with the realization that January 1st means tax season is rapidly approaching. Tax filing season officially starts on January 23rd, and while there is ample time before….
Why do people wish to sell their business? Some reasons include retirement, boredom, partnership dispute, illness, or death. Whatever the reason may be behind desiring to sell a business, the parties involved should follow certain steps in order to properly sell their business. If followed correctly, the business sale will….
In May, we briefly covered interest rates and their relationship with utility stocks, especially during an economic downturn. Utility stocks are desirable during these downturns because of low interest rates. Lower rates allow utility companies to invest because of the decreased cost of capital. Investing in infrastructure equals growth for….
Testifying in a court case as an expert witness is often critical to the outcome of a lawsuit. Forensic accountants are typically called upon to utilize their accounting, investigative, economic, statistical, and research techniques and then apply them to a legal problem. Digging into a case to analyze, audit, and….
Governor Rick Scott sends a congratulatory letter to Moore, Ellrich & Neal P.A. to recognize the honor of being named in South Florida Business Journal’s list of top accounting firms. Thank you for this honor!
Any business owner understands the daily challenges of operating and growing a business. Expertise in business plan development and management can be found in a variety of ways, however, ascertaining the most effective advisory services for your business can be difficult. From trend analyzation to financial forecasting and from cash….
Divorce is complicated. At the very heart of a divorce, it becomes a financial game for the spouses involved of “how will I be supported once the divorce is finalized?” Other questions such as “will my standard of living be the same as before?” constantly may run through the parties’….
Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, one of the biggest concerns in today’s U.S. economy is our $19.4 trillion deficit. Both parties have a variety of ideas and theories regarding a solution to reduce the United States deficit. One of the most common theories, however, is the consideration….
What is The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) and how can this benefit you as an employer? The WOTC is a Federal tax credit available to employers that hire and retain individuals from certain target groups that face difficulty finding employment. The WOTC is one of several workforce programs that….