Use These Financial Reports For Business Decisions By Deltrease Hart-Anderson

Just in time for the weekend, the IRS issued Friday-evening guidance about the overly-hyped (at first) payroll tax "holiday".There was initial hope that this might be a great shot-in-the-arm for Midlands businesses and employees, but given how the thing is structured,...

How To Digitize Your Business by Deltrease Hart-Anderson

It seems as if the world is getting drenched in tech. It’s literally falling from the sky (we’re looking at you, rocket boosters).Because there is so much technology around us, it can be easy to become numb to it. We can quickly start to view it as just a “thing”...

Tax on Cryptocurrency: 2020 Tax Code Changes for West Columbia Taxpayers

Back in August, the IRS listened to Congressional urging that they stop sending out "balance due" notices until they got caught back up on a mail backlog.Well, last week, we got the news that the IRS has apparently caught up. (Or, well enough, they say.)That means...

Deltrease Hart-Anderson’s Tips for Building a Business Emergency Fund

Pretty sure I've said this before.I'll likely say it again, too.If there’s one thing the past year has taught business owners, it’s that the "unexpected" can occur at any time.Managing your West Columbia business during good times is hard enough; rough times make it...

Deltrease Hart-Anderson’s Insights on Reducing Business Expenses

No matter how far around the block customers are waiting, in business, only one line counts.The bottom one.That’s why reducing business expenses is critical.Getting a grip on the costs of doing business brings you benefits both short- and long-term. “Cost controls”...

The Challenge of Allowable Living Expenses for West Columbia Taxpayers Who Owe the IRS

According to IRS calculations, the 2021 allowable living expenses for a typical family of four didn’t change a single dime from 2020 .It went from $1,740 per month to… $1,740 per month.The IRS clearly missed the memo regarding pandemic inflation from their colleagues...

Six Common Ways Columbia Taxpayers Receive IRS Audits

With the tax deadline bearing down on us, I thought I'd touch base today, to give you some thoughts on what could get you into hot water THIS tax season. And, well, really any tax season. Now ... sometimes, Columbia clients come to us from other Columbia professionals...

5 Cybersecurity Steps all West Columbia Business Owners Should Take

From making sure that nobody is doing Zoom calls in their bathrobe to ensuring that work actually gets done on time, you’ve got a few extra things to worry about as a West Columbia business owner these days.Chief among those new concerns, however, should be...

Federal Tax Liens and What West Columbia Owers Can Do About Them

With any tax debt comes an awkward and unwelcome house guest: A federal tax lien.This tax lien exists as a matter of federal law, even if you only owe the IRS one dollar. For many people, it has no impact at all on their lives. But for a small percentage of West...

Should Your West Columbia Business Consider Returning The PPP Loan?

There has been a lot of recent chatter about the PPP money, who got it, who didn't, and even if some West Columbia companies should pay it back.Well, I have some thoughts on this for you today, but ultimately, you will have to be the one who makes this decision.It's...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.
But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!