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January 2014

Nonprofit Property Taxes

Posted on January 29, 2014

Note> Although some of the following information may pertain to all counties in the state of Indiana, it is specific to Allen…

Who Must File A 2013 Income Tax Return?

Posted on January 23, 2014

The rules for filing 2013 tax returns are straightforward for most people. Marital status, age, and income level are generally the…

Catch-Up Contributions

Posted on January 15, 2014

Employees can elect to make voluntary contributions from their salary to certain retirement plans. The type of plan may depend on…

Tips for a Smooth Audit

Posted on January 15, 2014

An audit isn’t usually something that the financial staff of a nonprofit looks forward to.  Auditors scrutinize their work, ask…

Tax Rules When Lending Money To Relatives

Posted on January 13, 2014

There are many worthwhile reasons to lend money to a relative. For example, you may want to help a child or sibling continue their…

IRS Announces New FSA Rules

Posted on January 13, 2014

Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) allow taxpayers to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses. The…

2014 Filing Season

Posted on January 10, 2014

IRS will open the 2014 filing season on January 31, a 10-day delay due to the October government shutdown.

Parents Can Cut Taxes With Child-Related Credits

Posted on January 03, 2014

Are you a parent? Give yourself some credit – a child-related tax credit, that is. Here are two that can reduce your 2013 federal…

What’s Your Alternative Minimum Tax Preference?

Posted on January 03, 2014

Though you might prefer to not think about the AMT, certain income and deductions, known as preference items, affect the way the…

How To Maximize A Deduction After A Disaster Strikes

Posted on January 03, 2014

Fire, flood, tornado. Violent weather can wreak emotional and financial havoc. If your home, vehicle, or other personal property is…

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"Carrie does an excellent job every year presenting the audit to the Board of Directors.  She clearly communicates relevant information and action items we can take as a Board.  Through her…"

Heather Schoegler, Board Member of Ronald McDonald House