What is the best present you can give yourself this holiday season? Getting in touch with a trustworthy tax preparer to get ready for tax season!
It is the taxpayer’s responsibility to have sufficient proof of business expenses. The best way to do this is to utilize an accountant!
Minimum Wage In 2017, the minimum wage was increased to $11.00 per hour. Ever since then the wage has steadily increased by 50 cents every year (learn more in our previous post). This upcoming year is a bit different. Starting in January 2020, the minimum wage will...
If you sign up for a QBO subscription with your accountant you will be billed at the QuickBooks wholesale price. Only new users of QB are eligible.
Did you know, women-owned businesses makeup 36% of U.S. firms but only produce 4% of the revenue in the U.S.? In comes the PROGRESS Act!
The IRS recently released another tax scam warning for taxpayers, just in time for Halloween. Don’t get too scared, there are easy ways to notice a scam.
Finding the right tax accountant for your personal or business taxes can be difficult. Use some of these tips to simplify your search for accountant!
Here at the Andrews Tax, our office dogs get a lot of attention, but not today! Today is the day for cats also known as global cat day!
October 15th is almost upon us. Yes, the end of tax season is near (or extension season).
Every fiscal year the IRS releases new per diem rates. Per diem rates are for business travel.
First off it is not really a loophole and it has to do with how the owners of an S corporation take money out of their business.
The home office deduction allows taxpayers with an office in their home to deduct expenses related to said office. Learn more in the link!
Last week, we had the honor of touring the Tidal Vision office and production facilities. Learn more about what Tidal Vision does!
Automation is a normal part of business life. From signing documents electronically to linking your credit card(s) to QuickBooks bank feed.
If you have been to the office you have seen some kid art. Prepare for more! The kids have been busy coming up with even more creative images.
Happy Birthday Jeri! We went to On Rice to celebrate! Links Learn more about our services! Check out our Twitter!
Payroll taxes are taxes on the wages of employees which are used to fund social programs (e.g. Social Security and Medicare).
Sin taxes are taxes on products that are considered undesirable or harmful. Some examples of items with a sin tax are alcohol, tobacco, sugar, candy, etc.