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There are four ProAdvisor tiers which are based on a points system. Silver is 0-199 points. Gold is 200-799 points. Platinum is 800 to 1599 points…
Soon the faxing of tax transcripts will come to an end, the IRS recently announced. This is a shame for fax lovers but the aim of the IRS is to decrease identity theft.
Before programs like Excel, spreadsheets were filled in by hand. When a number was changed, any affiliated number also had to be changed, by hand.
Intuit has recently come under fire for misleading taxpayers. Taxpayers who qualify to file for free were instead led to a paid option.
Last Monday, Governor Jay Inslee signed the long-term care trust act into law. The law aims to help future taxpayers afford the cost of long-term care.
What do you think about soda taxes? Our neighboring city, Seattle, has a soda tax that took effect at the beginning of 2018.
Today we would like to honor our secretary, Emy. When she is here, she greets everyone who walks in with the same enthusiasm!
Want to deduct your personal meals? Well, that’s what Maurice Dreicer did. Business-related meals and entertainment (included in compensation) are one hundred percent deductible. Additionally, the expenses are not supposed to be extravagant.
Tax season is almost over and many accounting firms are ready to close their doors until next year, but not us! That’s right we are a year-round firm!
Remember last April, when Congress brought forth a bill to redesign the IRS? Well, that bill was shot down, but the Tax Payer First Act is back!
What is the difference between an accountant and a CPA? The short answer, not much. The big difference is CPA’s can prepare financial statements for audits.
Should tax season be extended? The idea is still floating around, but there are a few critics. The main reason being that it would affect future years.
This last Tuesday, the Washington State Senate approved a bill 28-21 that would require political candidates to release five years of tax returns if they wish to appear on a primary or general election ballot.
Happy International Women’s Day from everyone here at Andrews Tax Accounting! Don’t worry, Les wasn’t left out, he had a great time taking all the pictures.
It’s tax season and one of the many ways accountants make it through this busy time is by drinking coffee. So, here at the office, there are four accountants, how many of them do you think drink coffee?
With the new tax laws and government shutdown (just to name a few factors), it is time to compare this tax season to its prior.
Remember all the news surrounding Amazon making another headquarters in New York? Well, that idea has been scrapped. But, Virginia is still heading forward.
We hope everyone had a good Valentine’s Day this year because we sure did. Not only is it a lovely holiday, but it is also our very own Les’ birthday!
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