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Standing on the outside, it seems obvious that law and finance are two different categories – each with an area of specialty that requires education, training and experience in order to be considered an expert in the field. Not always so obvious is the…
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Property taxes are decided collectively by school boards, town boards, legislators, and councils. The tax rate is set by collating the amount of funds an area needs. This is then divided that by the “total taxable” assessed value of the area. The tax an…
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Running your own in-house accounting services may have worked well for your business so far, but if you’re looking to cut some costs and save some money, then outsourcing your accounting services to a professional team could help you do just that. But…
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A company needs several things to be successful. Some might credit initiative and hard work with a company’s success, while others might believe that success comes from good luck, but many people overlook one of the biggest factors to success and that is…
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It has been online for over a month and many people still have questions about how the Affordable Healthcare Act will affect their jobs and their daily lives. When accounting for it’s potential impact, one area that is important to look at is accounting…
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Picking the Best Accounting Firm First, determine what your business needs. You should look at your business and decide what role you’re prepared to take on in terms of finances. Can you handle the taxes by yourself or, do you need more support? Determine…
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REMINDER: All taxes are due the 15th of April.
Schedule your appointment today with ATPP at 818-436-2775.
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Here is What you need to know about #taxes and the #rescission doctrine http://buff.ly/1JX3x9B
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Tips for 2015 Taxes # 4

Lower taxable income by contributing to your retirement funds. 

Reduce your potential tax burden for next year by starting to plan for your future retirement. If you contribute to a 401(K) or a Traditional IRA, you will be able to take a dollar for dollar reduction in your income for your taxes. In 2015, you may contribute up to $18,000 ($24,000 if you’re 50 or older) to your 401K and $5,500 ($6,500 50 and older) to your traditional IRA.
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