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The Good: Recognition of hard work, extended weekend, football is back.The Bad: “End” of Summer, hot dog season and wearing white.Happy Labor Day weekend everyone from your friends at Squire, Lemkin + Company!
Income from endowment funds may be able to help your not-for-profit meet operating expenses, ease cash-flow problems and supplement next year’s annual budget. But you need to pay attention to several factors, including investment performance, inflation, operational changes and — the only factor you can truly control — your nonprofit’s spending policy. Know your restrictions […]
Our offices will be closed on Monday, December 26th and Monday, January 2 in honor of the respective holidays. We wish you a very happy holiday season.
The IRS considers a paper return that’s due April 15 to be timely filed if it’s postmarked by midnight on April 15. But dropping your return in a mailbox on the 15th may not be sufficient.For example, let’s say you mail your return with a payment on April 15, but the envelope gets lost. You […]
IRS has been notified there is a new email phising scam. The emails appear to be from the IRS and include a link to a bogus web site intended to be the official IRS web site. These emails direct you to update your IRS e-file immediately. The emails mention USA.gov and IRSgov, not IRS.gov (IRS-dot-gov). […]
SL+Co. held a firm-wide strategic planning meeting Thursday, May 8. The strategic planning meeting was facilitated by Tom Hood, Executive Director of the MACPA.
Here are the top three items to consider if you are e-filing your return: Review your return – name, address, social security number/EIN, and information on return Sign Form 8879 and all applicable state(s) e-file authorization forms were indicated. Return to our office as soon as possible via e-mail (email@example.com) or fax (301-424-6892). You DO […]