IRS Proposes Regulations on Certain Medical Arrangements

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released proposed regulations regarding the treatment of direct primary care arrangements, health care sharing ministries, and specific government-sponsored health care programs. Here are some of the highlights outlined by our CPA’s in Raleigh. Under section 213 of the Internal Revenue Code individuals are allowed to take an itemized deduction for […]

Updated Economic Impact Payment Information

While the majority of Americans who received an Economic Impact Payment received it via direct deposit, there are around 4 million people who are still waiting and have questions. To help minimize confusion and clear up questions you may have, our accounting firm in Raleigh is working to bring you up to date information. Economic […]

What Is the Consistency Principle

Your financial statements are key to showing the state and solvency of your business. In the event that you want to take out a loan, go public with your company, or look for investors so you can expand, your financial statements and accounting needs to be reviewed. This gives lenders and investors a clear, accurate […]

COVID-19 Small Business Guidance & Loan Information

Since the CARES Act was passed back in March, there have been many questions regarding the SBA loans, the terms that apply, and the businesses that qualify. In these unprecedented times, there has been a lot of new information announced, and our accounting firm wants to share some important advice for small businesses. There have […]

Ultimate Guide to Improve Small Business Cash Flow

As a business owner, you know sales and profits are key to long-term growth and success. However, business cash flow is what gets you through the daily operations and covers you through your lean times so you can pay employees, maintain inventory, and cover emergencies. Converting your sales into accessible cash and minimizing outgoing expenses […]

Avoid Coronavirus Related Scams Tied to Economic Impact Payments

On March 27, 2020, the U.S. House and Senate passed the CARES Act to provide financial benefits to those negatively affected by COVID-19. One of the most popular aspects of the bill, the direct payments to citizens, are expected to begin going out in two to three weeks. Recently, the IRS issued a warning to […]

CARES Act: Key Tax Provisions for Businesses & Individuals

With COVID-19 forcing business closures and massive unemployment, the U.S. government sought to mitigate the negative financial effects as much as possible by passing a stimulus package for individuals, small businesses, and corporations. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, and was signed into law […]

NC Department of Revenue & IRS Tax Updates due to Coronavirus

The effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are widespread. Even those who are healthy are missing work, missing school, and having their lives rearranged. In order to provide relief during this time, especially for those who are unable to work, both state and federal departments of revenue are changing some of their policies, and we wanted to […]

2019/2020 Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) Deadline

We would like to remind retirees about the IRS’s Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) deadline. RMD refers to the withdrawals you have to make from most retirement plans when you reach 72 years old. The RMD amount is based on the taxpayer’s life expectancy and account balance. Tax Year 2019 RMD Deadlines Retirees born before July […]

The IRS Launches Identity Theft Central

It’s no secret that identity theft is a huge issue and an ongoing problem. Nearly 445,000 Americans reported some form of identity theft in 2018. To help citizens better avoid and react to identity theft, the IRS launched Identity Theft Central in February 2020. This page is a hub of information about identity theft, including […]