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Weird Tax Laws Across the US

June 11, 2019

While you may be surprised by this, every state had its own set of unique laws regarding what is taxed and what is not. Of course, some things are pretty […]

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ALERT: It is Time to Adjust Your Withholding!

May 6, 2019

Now that tax season is over and your returns have been filed or extended, it is a good idea to take a look at how much you are withholding and […]

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Stay Safe

April 18, 2019

Scammers are getting better than ever at finding ways to deceive people and get access to your personal financial data. This is especially prevalent at this time of year when […]

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Are We Too Much “In Touch”?

March 19, 2019

Modern technology has made our lives easier. So many things are available at the touch of a screen now. We can chat with colleagues, purchase shoes and catch up on […]

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Kids These Days…Do They Need to File Taxes?

March 5, 2019

Did your children have a summer or after school job in 2018? If your minor children received W-2s from a job, or if they have unearned income like interest and […]

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Do you own multiple businesses?

February 14, 2019

It is not uncommon for business owners to have multiple streams of revenue, often because they have more than one business entity. For those that do, there was a lot […]

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Do I Need to Keep This?

February 7, 2019

The latest Netflix hit has gotten a ton of press lately, probably because most of us have way more “stuff” than we need. In Tidying Up, Maria Kondo helps people […]

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The IRS Severely Impacted by the Government Shutdown

January 9, 2019

I’m sure many of us have fantasized about the IRS closing down at one point or another, but the reality is not the tax-free party we visualized. Down to approximately […]

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2018 Tax Changes at a Glance

January 7, 2019

As we’ve mentioned before, the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act was one of the most sweeping tax law changes in many years. While there are still questions that need to […]

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Scam Alert for Connecticut LLCs

January 3, 2019

Originally published by the Connecticut Society of CPAs on January 2, 2019 CTCPA members are reporting that they and their clients organized as Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) are receiving a […]

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Celebrating Joy at this Time of Year

December 10, 2018

When you think about it, those of us that work full-time spend more of our hours at work than in any other single place. Shouldn’t that environment be comfortable, and […]

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Welcome Tammy Lamb

December 5, 2018

Tammy Lamb is a Supervisor at Bailey Scarano with over 20 years of specialization in the Credit Union industry for which she does financial statement audits, supervisory committee exams, member […]

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