CPAs Can Progress Their Portfolio with Eldercare Services

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Oct 8, 2019.

There’s a well-known idiom that says, “…in this world nothing can be certain except death and taxes.” Taxes we must pay along the way. If we’re lucky, we get the privilege of growing old before we ‘pay the ferryman.’ 

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Cost Segregation Analysis - When You Care Enough to Give the Very Best

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Aug 21, 2019.

You’re a CPA. You direct large sums of money, prepare tax returns, bestow financial advice, conduct audits…What would you consider your paramount duty for the success of your business?

Keep abreast of new tax regulations? Stay dialed in to current economic trends? Continue industry skills training?

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Helping CPAs Identify R&D Tax Incentive Opportunities for Clients

Written by Mark Echols. Updated Aug 19, 2019.

Are you an elder sibling? Do you have one?  If so, then you know the oldest child of a family is often fated into an involuntary role: the confident, the mentor, the counselor. The younger brood look to the first-borns to show them the way.

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Feds, CPAs Need Cybersecurity Tax Credits

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Aug 9, 2019.

The CPA. A respected professional who corrals numbers and wrangles through tangled IRS red tape and mercilessly mutable regulations to help his clients manage their finances and tax returns. Some offer specialty services, such as tax incentive and credit claims, to further assist their clients with money-saving tax breaks.

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Putting People to Work & Cashing in on WOTC: A CTI Success Story

Written by Rachel Zarate Brouwer. Updated Aug 5, 2019.

Administrative burdens, technology slumps, and meeting the bottom line. Staffing clients combat many headaches in their efforts to put people to work. For this, they deserve to be rewarded.

CTI sees the value that staffing firms bring to the economy, and we pay that forward by adding value to their bottom line. We can step in and help place them in a better financial situation when we maximize their Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC).

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How to Conquer 4 Challenges of Today’s CPA

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Jun 20, 2019.

Every industry and professional harbors unique challenges. For instance, police officers face dangerous criminals; for veterinarians, it’s uncooperative patients with sharp claws and teeth; carpenters, they strive to preserve all ten digits; and tightrope walkers…that darn gravity.

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Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Jobs Act to Help American Workers…Permanently

Written by Rachel Zarate Brouwer. Updated May 20, 2019.

Updated May 20, 2019

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) announced late last week that lawmakers on the Senate Finance Committee will form bipartisan groups to analyze how best to address expired and soon-to-expire tax incentives, known as extenders.

Finance Committee Democrats and Republicans will convene six separate working groups to analyze tax extenders, with the two largest working groups addressing energy tax incentives and those for economic and community development.

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How An Outsourced Tax Consultant Boosts Your CPA Firm’s Value

Written by Darren Labrie. Updated Apr 23, 2019.

I have a great mechanic. “Eddie” is well-rounded, his knowledge spanning all that is automotive. Yet, I wouldn’t say he’s expert in any one area. When you need the basics, he’s the guy. This became a bit of an issue, though, when my car came down with a confounding transmission problem.

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Don't Be Shocked by What May Qualify as Research Activity for Electrical Contractors

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Feb 16, 2019.

Opinions, opinions, opinions…. everybody has them and the latest one on the application of section 41, the “R&D Tax Credit”, is fresh off the presses from the federal court in the southern district of Ohio.

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Don’t Neglect Cybersecurity as a CPA

Written by Corporate Tax Incentives. Updated Feb 12, 2019.

“It is best to prepare for the days of necessity.” If you are familiar with Aesop’s Fable of The Ant and the Grasshopper, you may recognize that quote as the closing thought of the Grasshopper who is struggling to survive a cold winter without any food.

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