The deadline to file taxes is quickly approaching, meaning time is running out to make sure your small business’ tax returns are accurate and ready to submit. Here are the top three things to check over when finalizing your business … Read More
End of the Year Tax Planning
Small Business Owners – Time is Running Out for Proactive Tax Planning
While 2021 taxes aren’t due for months, there are some moves that need to happen before the year’s end to minimize your tax liability. Ideally, your accountant should … Read More
Three Secrets of Tax Planning
Come in close.
You can’t tell anyone.
This is just going to be between us.
The first secret most people don’t realize.
Secret #1: You don’t have to be a multimillionaire to benefit from tax planning.
In fact, I’ve seen … Read More
Is Your Quickbooks DCAA Compliant?
If you're a government contractor, you know all about DCAA compliance, right? Or, perhaps you have just recently won a government contract and wondering, "Is your Quickbooks DCAA compliant?"
What is DCAA Compliance?
When you enter the world of
What You Need to Know About Government Contract Accounting
In Maryland, we are fortunate to have the geographic location that provides many government contractors with direct access to our Federal government and associated contracts. But, to be a successful government contractor, you will likely need to engage a knowledgeable