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Tax filing preparation is a year round activity.  You  may be tempted to forget all about your taxes once you’ve filed your income tax return, but do not give in to that temptation. If you start your tax planning now, you may avoid a tax...

6 Questions Smart Rich People Ask Their Accountant Over the last few years, I started tracking the types of questions clients asked me. I categorized clients into three relative categories: annual income below $50,000; income over $200,000; and everyone else in between.Clients and potential clients with...

Understanding the basics of small business tax write-offsWhen it comes to small business tax write-offs, the past business performance is a major determining factor for the types of deductions, tax write-offs etc that business is eligible for. However, in general, a small business offers multiple...

Tax Implications of Equifax Data Breach Serious tax implications and how to avert the riskEquifax is a well-known credit reporting agency that manages the data of millions of individuals in the US and across the world. In a recent report, Equifax disclosed the data breach...

I get approached frequently with requests to reconcile past records and file past due tax returns. Even if you have lost your W2s, 1099s, or other business and personal records due to the passage of time, our team will assist in sorting out your records...

So you are ready to venture out on your own and start a construction company in New Jersey, but where do you start? Alba CPA can manage the whole process from beginning to end, but if you want to register yourself, here's what you need...

TAX SAVING STRATEGIES – SALARY vs. DISTRIBUTIONS.   TAX SITUATION Every year I get asked by my clients: How can I save money on my taxes and not get in trouble with the IRS? What the right mix of salary and distributions from my S-Corp? Every year, I...