Our Financial Blog

Higher Income Individuals Beware

The House Ways and Means Committee has released an extensive list of proposed tax changes that impact individual, retirement, international and corporate tax law. We have been selective and have only included a portion of the proposed changes. A full list of proposed...

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Employment Opportunities

Method CPA is currently seeking to add top notch individuals to their Accounting team! If you are an experienced Bookkeeper or Certified Public Accountant and are looking for a new employment opportunity, please check out our job postings for additional details. CPA:...

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Tax Deductions Related to Charity Auctions

It is common practice for charities to hold auction events where attendees will bid upon and purchase items. The questions often arise whether (1) the money spent on the items purchased constitutes a charitable donation and (2) what kind of charitable deduction the...

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Relocating? How to Do It with Taxes in Mind

If you’re thinking about moving from your current locale, you’re not alone. Americans are on the move for many different reasons: Remote work is increasingly popular and allows employees to live wherever they have access to WiFi, while tax changes introduced by the...

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Taxes and Divorce

If you are recently divorced or are contemplating divorce, you will have to deal with or plan for significant tax issues such as asset division, alimony, and tax-return filing status. If you have children, additional issues include child support; claiming of the...

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Raising Capital for Your Startup: The Basics

Creating a successful business requires a good idea combined with skill, talent, and ambition. But even if you have all of those elements, you may end up falling short if you can’t raise the capital that you need to move forward. No entrepreneur wants to think about...

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Advance Child Credit Payment Online Tools

We highly recommend that our clients with children who might receive these funds, unenroll from receiving the monthly payments. Tax projections made during the preparation of the 2020 tax return already took into account the child tax credit in the calculation....

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Haven’t Received Your Tax Refund Yet?

You are not alone. We have been hearing from clients who are still waiting on refunds from returns filed early in the year. In normal times, unless there is an error, the IRS will issue most refunds in less than 21 calendar days. However, 2021 is far from being a...

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