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CironeFriedberg Celebrates Opening of Shelton Office

CironeFriedberg proudly celebrated the opening of their Shelton location with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a charitable donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Lower Naugatuck Valley.

Connecticut Pass-Through Entity (PTE) Legislative Update

For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, Connecticut laws for pass-through entites become effective.  Click through for more infomation regarding these changes.

House Ways and Means Committee to Continue State and Local Tax (SALT) Cap Discussions

Discussions of the the state and local tax deduction are in the early stages and changes could be coming.  Click through for more information.

DOL Issues New Overtime Ruling, With Large Raise to Overtime Floor

The DOL has published new rules that establish a higher salary level below which employers must pay overtime. Click through to find out how these rules affect your company and what kind of changes you may need to make to comply.

The IRS and Major Annual Adjustments

The IRS makes annual adjustments to a variety of plan limits and other key numbers. Click through for a chart listing the most important numbers for 2018 and 2019, so you can see what's changed -- and what hasn't.

CironeFriedberg Congratulates Leadership Danbury Class of 2019

Congratulations to Danielle Arcangeli and the entire Leadership Class of 2019 for successfully completing the program sponsored by the Danbury Chamber of Commerce.

How to Decode Box 1 of Form W-2

Form W-2 has many boxes, but Box 1 typically gets the most attention because it reflects the employee's total annual taxable wages. It can be surprisingly complicated. Click through for a primer on this box to make sure you're doing it right.

What's New With the Kiddie Tax?

So many tax provisions changed with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed at the end of 2017. The so-called kiddie tax changed as well. Click through for an examination of this complex provision and how it might affect you.

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