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Most of New IRS Revenue Will Come From Small Businesses

Over the past few weeks, the new   was passed. This bill included a whopping $80 billion in funding to the IRS to improve the agency’s collection of under-reported income. This will inevitably end up targeting many small businesses to help … Continue reading

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Small Business Firms May Be Eligible to Receive a $25,000 Tax Credit for Covid Costs

During the pandemic in 2021, many businesses had to make some unexpected purchases to help slow the spread of COVID-19 within their company. These purchases included things like masks cleaning supplies, and outdoor seating, among other expenses aimed at reducing … Continue reading

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NYS Senate Hopeful Pushes to Declare China Handling of COVID-19 Act of Terrorism

    • Palumbo (R-New Suffolk) calls on Trump, Cuomo to declare Chinese COVID-19 response an Act of Terrorism
    • Doing so would allow businesses to access Terrorist Risk Insurance Fund
    • Small businesses continue to have claims denied due to lack of virus-specific coverage
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Estate Planning Essentials You Need to Revisit Due to the New Tax Law

Estate planning is never done. Just like a piece of real estate, it needs periodic maintenance and care to make sure it’s in good shape when you need it most. Provisions in the newly passed GOP tax plan mean it’s … Continue reading

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Tax Planning Season

Now is the time to focus on year-end tax planning. Careful and strategic planning can help minimize your tax bill and maximize what you keep. Given the uncertainty and sweeping scope of proposed tax law changes, planning is both more … Continue reading

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The Trump Tax Reform Plan – What Is and What May Be

Major tax reform enactment is a rare event, with the last occurring back in 1986 under President Ronald Reagan. As a result, current discussions could pan out to be much ado about nothing; however, with the solid majorities that Trump … Continue reading

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Gigi Boudreaux, CPA Joins DSJCPA as its Newest Partner

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Starting October 16, Gigi Boudreaux, CPA brings her more than twenty-five years of tax consulting and accounting experience to DSJCPA in Westbury, NY. Formerly a partner in the accounting firm of RAICH ENDE MALTER & CO, Boudreaux has worked extensively … Continue reading

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Be a Leader, Not a Boss

At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be a great difference between the definitions of a boss and that of a leader. However, if you’ve ever worked for a boss who lacked leadership skills, you won’t need convincing that the … Continue reading

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Are We Due a Market Correction?

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June often marks a mid-year lull in the stock market, but with no hiatus yet, the stock market continues the rally that began when President Trump took office in November. As we head into the second-quarter earnings season, analysts are … Continue reading

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The GOP’s Healthcare Reform and Small Businesses

After a serious setback in March, the GOP finally passed a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (often dubbed Obamacare). The bill passed after last minute changes were made to convince ultra conservatives to support the proposed … Continue reading

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