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What’s the R&D tax credit and is my business eligible?

The R&D tax credit originally pertained to basic research expenses, such as those occurring in a laboratory setting. Subsequent modifications simplified the credit and made it available to a wider variety of businesses. Eligibility: Meeting the Four-Part Test The R&D tax credit incentivizes certain research activities by reducing a company’s liabilities for spending money on […]

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Employer provided educational assistance programs!

Dear Small Business owner: Do you happen to have an employee that’s about to start college? Maybe now is the time to start thinking about implementing an educational assistance program, or what’s commonly referred to as a tuition reimbursement program. These plans aren’t just for Fortune 500 companies, but they do require some thought and […]

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Top 10 signs it’s time to outsource your accounting

Is your small business trying to tell you something? If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, the diagnosis could be accounting stress. And the remedy? Outsourced accounting. You need more time to concentrate on what you do best Your business was founded on your entrepreneurial skills in a specific field, and its continued success […]

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How to pick the right accountant for your small business

Choosing an accounting service that’s the right fit is one of the most important business decisions you’ll ever make. Make a wise choice and you will secure the services of an effective partner who will invest time and expertise in making your enterprise grow and prosper. But if your selection method is just the online […]

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What you should know about deducting theft or casualty losses

Here are the top tax tips for deducting a loss from Hurricane Irma or other thefts/disaster losses people may have incurred: For more information on Disaster Losses, please do not hesitate to contact us or schedule a consultation with one of our professionals. We are here to help Florida!  We are Florida Strong! 1. Casualty loss. You may […]

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