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Employee Retention Credit Eligibility

Is your business eligible for the ERC? Use this chart for more information on what you can claim. Click here to view the information.

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Employee Spotlight – Patrick Gendrue, CPA

Patrick has been with Ross Buehler Falk (RBF) for more than two decades. He has devoted the entirety of his professional accounting career to serving RBF clients, joining the firm in 1996, shortly after graduating from college. He was welcomed to the firm’s partner group in 2010 and happily marked his 10-year anniversary as a… View Article

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Tax Payment Deadline Delayed by 90 Days

There has been much speculation surrounding the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the U.S. tax filing deadline. At a Tuesday White House briefing, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced new relief measures that are effective immediately. The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) has extended the tax payment deadline for 2019 income taxes for individuals who… View Article

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Ross Buehler Falk & Company Celebrates 35 Years in the Community

Ross Buehler Falk & Company, LLP is pleased to announce the celebration of 35 years of service. “Thirty five years is an exceptional accomplishment for our firm,” said Jeffrey Bleacher, CPA, CGMA, managing partner of Ross Buehler Falk. “Our long-term success is a direct result of the value we place on client relationships, as well… View Article

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Congress Passes Last-Minute Tax Changes

Congress, at almost the last minute, has passed a large number of tax changes, including retirement plan issues that will become effective in 2020, as well as extensions through 2020 of a number of tax provisions that had expired or were about to end. The list of changes is quite large, so we have only… View Article

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Understanding Tax Lingo

When discussing taxes, reading tax related articles or interpreting instructions, one needs to understand the lingo and acronyms used by tax professionals and authors to be able to grasp what they are saying. It can be difficult to understand tax strategies if you are not familiar with the basic terminologies used in taxation. The following… View Article

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Is Your Will or Trust Up-to-Date?

When was the last time you or your attorney reviewed or updated your will or trust? If it was before the passage of the 2017 tax reform legislation, or the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), your documents may be out of date. Among the many changes in that law was a more than doubling… View Article

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How to Calculate and Analyze Return on Equity

When it comes to evaluating a business, especially one that is publicly traded, determining its return on equity (ROE) is one way to see how it’s performing. What is Return on Equity?  Return on equity is a ratio that gives investors insight into how effectively a company’s management team is taking care of the shareholders’… View Article

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How to Clean Up QuickBooks for 2020

Yes, it’s here again: the end of the year. You probably have a lengthy to-do list full of tasks that must be done before December 31. There’s one task—or rather, a series of tasks—that you should definitely add to that list: year-end QuickBooks cleanup. Following the guidelines provided here will do three things. It will:… View Article

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Year-End Tips for Charitable Contributions

As the end of the year and the holiday season approach, we will all see an uptick in the number of charitable solicitations arriving in our mailboxes and by email. Since some charities sell their contributor lists to other charities, frequent contributors may find themselves besieged by requests from all sorts of charities with which… View Article

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