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Plan Now to Save on Taxes Later

Even though tax filing time is far away, the fall is the perfect time to start your planning so you can take advantage of all opportunities to minimize your tax bill. That begins with ensuring you’ve taken all the deductions that can help reduce your taxable income. Have you maxed out retirement plan contributions, for

Have Questions? We’re Here All Year!

Many clients see their CPAs at tax time, when the main focus is on completing and filing their tax return. As a result, they may not take the opportunity to ask questions about long-term tax planning or about other important financial concerns. The good news is that we are available to you all year. We

Conquer Your Capital Gains Concerns!

Starting a New Business

Are you prepared to stay on top of your small business cash flow on a daily basis? What about purchases and inventory? What else should you consider before opening your doors? We have answers to all of the above. Contact us for advice today.

Business Year End

An important decision you need to make when starting your small business is choosing your tax year. Your choice determines whether you report your income and expenses on a calendar or fiscal year basis. Contact us at bryantdavalle.com for guidance.

Business Plan

A solid business plan can chart a successful course for your new small business. Start things right. Contact us to connect with a CPA who can offer solid, strategic advice.

Beware of Tax Scams!

Did you know that con artists posing as Internal Revenue Service representatives frequently try to scam people out of their money? While this is a long-standing problem, the IRS has issued a new warning against thieves who may contact people on the phone or via email or a letter and try to trick them into

Your Tax Return and the Health Care Law

What will the Affordable Care Act mean to you at tax time? Individual taxpayers will notice they’re asked for some additional information on their tax returns this year because the law requires you to confirm that you have health insurance. You may also receive a new kind of tax document—Form 1095-A—if anyone in your family

Don’t Miss the Deadline for Your Company’s Healthcare Plan Compliance

If your company has fewer than 50 full-time employees and you have a healthcare arrangement, that reimburses them for their medical insurance premiums, the Internal Revenue Service has provided some significant relief from a large excise tax that applies to health plans that don’t comply with Affordable Care Act provisions. However, it’s important to be

Should You Report Changes to the Health Insurance Marketplace?

Do you receive your health insurance coverage through the government’s Health Insurance Marketplace? Many who do also qualify for a premium tax credit, which those with moderate incomes can use to help pay for coverage. You can choose to get the credit immediately or to receive it as a refund later when you file your