March 2, 2016

Who Can Be Your Dependent?

You might believe a “dependent” is a minor child who lives with you. While that is essentially correct, dependents can include parents, other relatives and nonrelatives, […]
February 24, 2016

What’s The Penalty For Not Having Health Insurance?

Did you have health insurance in 2015? If not, you may owe a penalty on your federal income tax return. For 2015 returns, the penalty is […]
February 17, 2016

Form 1099 Penalties Increase Sharply

Have you filed required Forms 1099 for 2015? The forms were due by February 1 to individuals you paid $600 or more in the course of […]
February 10, 2016

Will This Due Date Extension Hold Up Your Tax Return?

In December, the IRS extended the time to file for employers who were required to provide health care information forms such as Form 1095-C to employees. […]
February 3, 2016

Adjust Your Mileage Reimbursements for 2016

Standard mileage rates for deductible vehicle expenses have decreased from the 2015 rates. Here are the rates to use to calculate 2016 reimbursements and deductions. Business. […]
January 27, 2016

Tax Breaks Extended or Permanent

In mid-December, Congress renewed a long list of tax breaks known as “extenders” that have been expiring on an annual basis. This year many of the […]
January 25, 2016

February 1st is “EA Day”!

We are pleased to announce that Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed February 1, 2016 as “Enrolled Agent Day”! Happy EA Day to ‘America’s Tax Experts’! EA […]
January 20, 2016

Three Tips To Start Your Tax Prep

Check whether your children need to file a 2015 tax return. They’ll need to file if wages exceeded $6,300, self-employment income was over $400, or investment […]
January 14, 2016

Keep Track Of These Upcoming Tax Deadlines

●    January 15 – Final 2015 individual estimated tax payment is due, unless your 2015 tax return is filed and taxes are paid in full by […]