Monthly Archives: January 2013

Health Care Reform – Taxes Effective January 1, 2013

In my January Newsletter and my January 21, 2013 Blog, I addressed business aspects and individual aspects of the American Taxpayer Relief Act.  The content of those publications was derived from a January 1, 2013 article appearing in the Journal of Accountancy authored by Paul Bonner and Alistair M.…

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American Taxpayer Relief Act

Congress barely avoided the Fiscal Cliff by passing the American Taxpayer Relief Act.  In my January 2013 Newsletter I addressed business provisions of the Act, courtesy of a January 1, 2013 article by Paul Bonner and Alistair M. Nevius, appearing in the Journal of Accountancy. The following, also based on that article, addresses some major effects on individual taxes.…

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MAKE CASH MANAGEMENT A PRIORITY

As every business owner knows, it is one thing to show a profit on the books, and another thing to have healthy cash flow. One of the best ways to make this a better year for your business is to focus on improving cash flow, through better management of Working Capital.…

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Aggressive or Defensive Tax Planning….which is appropriate!

 

This year is the 100 year anniversary (1913 – 2013) of the creation of the US Federal Income tax. There will no big parties or celebrations as what began as a limited tax on income has grown into the burdensome and complex world of funding our government’s spending.…

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