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Jane Spradlin

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Tax Reform & Business Travel Deductions: Learn What’s Changed, What’s Stayed the Same

Posted by Jane Spradlin on Tue, Apr 30, 2019

Tax reform through the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a ton of new tax rules for business owners. So many in fact the IRS in January just released some final regulations on key parts of the act, more than a year after it was enacted.

While there are a lot of tax changes to learn, there is some good news for business owners: Some business tax provisions remained the same or largely so, including business travel deductions.

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Topics: Business tax planning, 2017 Federal Tax Reform

Multi-State Businesses: How to Know if You Owe Taxes (Video)

Posted by Jane Spradlin on Tue, Jan 15, 2019

If you do business in more than one state, there’s a good chance you may owe taxes in another state. Instead of being issued a jeopardy assessment, it’s best to work with an experienced CPA and be proactive.

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Topics: Business tax planning, Multi-state taxation

Expatriate Tax Services: What to Look for in a CPA (Video)

Posted by Jane Spradlin on Tue, Aug 14, 2018

Concannon Miller provides white glove service to its expatriate clients, providing ongoing communication to ensure tax returns are filed accurately and timely. The firm’s affiliates in 90 different countries allows it to perform expatriate taxation services to just about any international company.

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Topics: Business consulting

Year End Tax Tips: Juggling Business Income and Expenses

Posted by Jane Spradlin on Fri, Dec 4, 2015

Does your small business use the cash method of accounting for tax purposes? If so, here are some steps you can make to lessen your 2015 tax burden.

If you go by cash for accounting purposes, juggling year-end revenue and expenses is pretty easy. The cash method allows you the flexibility to manage your 2015 and 2016 taxable income to minimize taxes over a two-year period.

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Topics: Business tax planning

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