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.
Oregonians witnessed another surprise in regards to sales tax this past July. If you didn’t know, Oregon does not collect sales tax.
Last week we celebrated Taryn’s birthday at Aslan Brewing Company with great drinks and great food. Happy birthday Taryn!
The IRS recently posted drafts for Form 1040 and the tax return for senior citizens (Form 1040-SR) for next tax season. The once postcard-sized Form 1040 is now almost a full-page.
Sort of. In title 26 of the Internal Revenue Code, it states accountants and their clients have the same privilege as attorneys. But there is a catch.
Since 2006, Warren Buffett has been a victim of charitable giving. This year he is donating $3.6 billion of his stock (more than last year).
This 4th of July, Americans will spend billions of dollars on food and entertainment. What’s interesting to look at is how these ventures will be taxed.
The House recently approved an appropriations bill for a 3.1 percent pay increase for federal workers which includes IRS employees.