Newsletter – May 11, 2022

 


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9 Ways To Avoid an IRS Audit

Does the fear of receiving a notice from the Internal Revenue Service regarding an audit keep you awake at night? Click through for insight into how you can avoid an IRS audit.






Biden Issues Executive Order on Cryptocurrencies

On March 9, 2022, President Biden signed an executive order (EO) entitled “Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets.” Click through to learn more about what the executive order on cryptocurrencies means and what it says about how the government views cryptocurrencies.


What Business Owners Need To Know About Depreciation

The depreciation tax break can be nice, but it’s one of the more complicated parts of the tax code. It’s easy to make a mistake, as the IRS draws some fine lines. Click through for the details so you neither violate the rules nor leave money on the table.






Do You Need an Outsourced CFO?

You’ve heard of outsourcing accounting, payroll, IT, and marketing — but outsourcing your chief financial officer? It may sound outlandish, but this could very well be the solution that you need. Click through to give your business access to financial expertise and related best practices.

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