At Steward, Ingram, & Cooper, PLLC, our tax deduction professionals understand the complexities of an itemized vs standard tax deduction. That’s why we are sharing our comparison of standard vs itemized deductions, exploring which approach can yield the biggest return for North Carolina residents.
Our team of experienced professionals have extensive tax planning strategies that can optimize your small business’ financial health. Whether you’re a small business owner, an individual seeking personalized tax advice, or need assistance with advanced tax planning, we have the knowledge to guide you towards optimal financial outcomes.
When you are contemplating creating a trust but you don’t know what type is best, our Raleigh CPA firm is here to help. In the article, our accountants are sharing the key differences between a revocable trust and an irrevocable trust so you can add your assets to the one that makes the most sense for your needs.
In this article, our Raleigh CPA firm answers “What is a financial statement audit,” and outlines the types and stages of an audit so you can successfully navigate a small business financial audit.
When are holiday gifts for your employees considered tax-deductible? Our NC CPAs help plan for your holiday employee gift-giving and what types of gifts are tax deductible.
Discover the different forms of non-taxable income and how you can benefit from this when you file your taxes.
Your financial statements are key to showing the state and solvency of your business. When you need to borrow money, look for investors for expansion, or take your company public, […]
As COVID-19 continues to spread through North Carolina, keeping people indoors and keeping your business closed or at reduced functionality, you may be having to lay people off or even […]
You know it’s important to hang on to your tax returns, receipts, and financial paperwork, but you also know there has to be a point when you can finally clean […]
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed in late 2017, it did not remove the deduction for cash and appreciated assets for nonprofit agencies. National and local nonprofits let out a collective ‘sigh of relief’ knowing donations for 2018 will remain but may look different. Exactly how different?