August 2015

Monthly Archives

  • FBAR Deadline Now April 15th

    On July 31st, President Obama signed a bill into law that included language changing the filing due dates for certain tax returns. The modifications were proposed originally by members of the American Institute of CPA’s frustrated by existing deadlines that resulted in late arrival of necessary information. Included are the Report of Foreign Bank and […]

  • Money Lessons For New College Students

    Across the country, new college students are heading off to campus, preparing to live away from their parents for the first time. While many parents are still supporting their student offspring, these young people will be embarking on their first experiences into managing their own finances. This can present a challenge for students and their […]

  • Financial Tips for Newly Employed Young People

    Last month, the AICPA issued a listing of five financial tips, released specifically with newly-employed young people in mind. Listed below are some of those financial savvy tips for young consumers. Save, Save, Save! Consider putting 10 percent of your income into a savings account. You can also utilize an auto-pay service through your bank […]

  • ACA Reporting Requirements: What does it all mean?

    The Affordable Care Act is in full motion and employers are already preparing for the changes to come next year. Starting in early 2016, employers subject to the employer shared responsibility (ESR) provisions will have to file complex information reporting forms to stay compliant. Many employers will need close coordination of their payroll, human resources […]