J. Scott Dick, CPA, PLLC - a tax, advisory, and accounting practice focused on the needs of small business owners, nonprofits, individuals, and families.
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A sole practitioner with 19 years of accounting, tax, and business management experience - I partner with my clients, helping them understand complex tax and accounting issues, make informed business decisions, reduce taxes, and achieve better financial results. I am passionate about my clients' long-term business and personal financial success. It's what I do, in a friendly and down-to-earth manner.
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Recent News & CPA Blog
>>> January 2013 Newsletter - The fiscal cliff deal and what it means for you; Tax Changes for 2013 (a Checklist); 1099’s – 5 Key Reporting Changes for Businesses; 2013 Mileage Rates; and more.
>>>December 2012 Newsletter - 2012 Tax Changes for Individuals; 2012 Tax Changes for Businesses; 3 Ways to Spend Wisely in December; Tax Credit for Employers Hiring Veterans This Year; IRS Provides Relief for Hurricane Sandy; Are Your Social Security Benefits Taxable?; Are You Defining Items In QuickBooks Correctly?; and more.
>>>November 2012 Newsletter - Year-End Tax Planning For Individuals; Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses; Three Most Common Budgeting Errors; Tap Your Retirement Money Early and Minimize Penalties; Income from Foreign Sources; Check Your Withholdings; Expanded Adoption Credit; Retirement Contributions Limits Announced for 2013; and more.
>>>October 2012 Newsletter - Tax Relief for Those Affected By Natural Disasters; Lending Money to Family? Make it a Tax-Smart Loan; Living Trusts 101; Hobby or Business? Why It Matters; Moving This Year? 10 Helpful Tax Tips; Take Advantage of Miscellaneous Deductions; Do You Qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit?; Five Important Tips on Gambling Income and Losses; and more.
>>>September 2012 Newsletter - What Income is Nontaxable; Tips for Recently Married or Divorced; Renting a Vacation Home; Life Insurance; Relocation in a Down Market; SIMPLE retirement plans for Self-Employed; Special Tax Benefits for Armed Forces; 8 Essentials of Charitable Contributions; Creating & Updating Wills; QuickBooks Tips; and more.
>>>August 2012 Newsletter - Tax Implications of the Health Care Act; Paying Off Debt the Smart Way; Tax Planning for Small Business Owners; Protect Your Business With The Right Insurance; Seven Tax Tips for Students with a Summer Job; Eight Tips to Determine if Your Gift is Taxable; Farm Income and Deductions: 10 Key Points; Failure to File or Pay Penalties: Eight Facts; Maintain Balanced Inventory Levels with QuickBooks; and more.
>>>July 2012 Newsletter - How to Save for College Tax-Free; Tips for Safeguarding Financial Records; Residential Energy Tax Credits for 2012; Travel & Entertainment - Maximizing Tax Benefits; Managing Tax Records After You File; 10 Things to Know About Capital Gains; Injured or Innocent Spouse Relief - The Facts; Best Filing Status for Married Couples; QuickBooks Tips - Backup Vs. Portable Company File - How to Decide; Financial Tips; and more.
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