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2019 – 2020 Tax Planning Guide

Although you can’t avoid taxes, you can take steps to minimize them. This requires proactive tax planning – estimating your tax liability, looking for ways to reduce it and taking timely action. To help you identify strategies that might work for you, we’re pleased to present the 2019 – 2020 Tax Planning Guide.

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The Tax Implications of Master Limited Partnerships

Over the last few decades, Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) have gone mainstream. But what are MLPs? They are companies structured as partnerships and traded on the stock exchanges. You can buy units of the partnership as easily as you can buy common stock.

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Profit Center Reporting: A Hidden Gem

Profit center reporting is a tool that management can use to review operational profit and loss results for a department, branch, product line, location or activity. It will also provide more meaning to overall profit and loss statements as it allows you to dissect the operational results into meaningful data that can be used in strategic planning.

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The IRS Has Its Eyes on Cryptocurrency

The IRS already knows that many cryptocurrency owners are not reporting or paying taxes on their cryptocurrency transactions. In fact, the IRS recently issued warning letters to over 10,000 taxpayers it suspects might have an under-reporting problem. So, if you own cryptocurrency, please keep reading for important information.

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What You Need to Know About Foreign Account Reporting Requirements

Do you have a financial interest in, signature, or other authority over any foreign financial account? If you do, don’t forget that you’ll need to report that relationship by filing FinCEN Form 114. While the due date for 2018’s report was April 15, 2019, there was an automatic six-month extension to October 15, 2019. If you fail to file you may face harsh penalties.

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How to Properly Account for Your Nonprofit Fundraising Event

If your tax-exempt nonprofit organization utilizes annual fundraising events to raise money, you’re not alone. Many nonprofits host dinner galas, golf tournaments, runs/walks, carnivals, concerts, etc. to raise awareness and funds for their cause. And for many small to mid-size nonprofits, these special events are major sources of revenue that support internal operations which deploy the organization’s mission.

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Does Your Business Need a Financial Statement Audit?

As businesses are formed and as they grow, one question often asked by owners and chief financial officers is whether their companies would benefit from an audit. As you might have guessed, the answer depends on a number of factors specific to each company.

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