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  • Why Is Padding Your Tax Deductions a Risky Proposition?

    Everyone does it, right? Padding your tax deductions may not seem like you're playing a game of Russian roulette, but the risk can be substantial. Click through to learn more about padding deductions and better solutions for your business.

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  • What is D&O Insurance -- and Who Needs It?

    Directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance helps cover costs arising from legal actions brought against an organization's officers or board of directors. Click through to see if it's something you need.

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  • Don't Roll the Dice on Taxes and Gambling Income

    Gambling winnings are fully taxable and must be reported on your federal income tax return. Click through to see that it doesn’t matter what games you play -- you’re required to report all your gambling winnings and pay taxes.

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  • Bowl for Kids’ Sake

    KRS CPAs will be participating in Bowl for Kids’ Sake hosted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern NJ. This is their annual event and this year they are adding a unique twist.


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  • New Jersey Transit Benefit Mandate Takes Effect Next Month

    Last year, Gov. Phil Murphy signed S.1567 into law and New Jersey became the first state to mandate a commuter benefit.

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  • Welcome to KRS CPAs!

    KRS CPAs welcomes 3 interns for the 2020 season!

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  • What's Up with Socially Responsible Investing?

    Do you care if the money you invest is actually doing some good in the world? If so, socially responsible investing may be for you.

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  • NJ's Junior Achievement Finance Park

    Junior Achievement of NJ’s Finance Park is a free program with a two-pronged approach to financial literacy education for middle and high school students that begins with several weeks of classroom lessons, centered on money management, wise consumerism and career exploration.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Continually Worrying About Accounting

    So much goes into running a small business. What about those administrative duties that aren’t in your wheelhouse? 

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  • KRS CPAs Wins Inc. Magazine’s 2018 Best Workplaces Award

    Inc. Magazine recognizes KRS CPAs as one of the Best Workplaces in 2018. 

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  • What Every Employer Must Know About State Unemployment Tax

    The vast majority of employers in the United States must pay state unemployment tax, the collection of which is authorized by the State Unemployment Tax Act (SUTA). 

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  • How Much of a Raise Should You Give?

    If you have good employees, how do you compensate them for their work?

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  • Inherited IRAs: Not Safe From Creditors

    IRAs have many advantages, including legal protection from creditors when the owner files for bankruptcy. But there's a chink in the armor.

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  • How to Pick Insurance Deductibles

    High premiums for low deductibles? It can be a hard decision, and sometimes it might feel like a gamble. You need to understand the full picture. 

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  • Portability: Sharing the Estate Tax Exemption

    Portability is a generous estate and gift tax break for married couples. Click through to learn how portability can allow spouses to pass substantial assets to heirs free of estate tax.

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  • Pass-Through Entities and the 20 Percent Tax Break

    Much talk has been made of the new 20 percent tax deduction for pass-through entities but, as with most tax laws, it can get very complicated very quickly. Click through to learn more, and find out if you're entitled to the break!

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  • Is This Your Situation: Your Company Is Not Well Served By Your Accounting Firm

    You feel like your accounting firm is not really focused on the kind of company you own. 

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  • Moving and Mileage: Roundup of TCJA Changes

    The new year brings a suspension of moving expenses, but higher depreciation limits for cars, trucks and vans. 

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  • Bitcoin: What's Happening?

    Bitcoin, the digital currency, has been in the news a lot recently. What's it all about and how does it work? Is it something you should invest in?

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  • Effects of Reciprocal Agreements on Your Business

    Do you have employees who live in one state but work in another? If so, they probably are covered by a state reciprocal agreement, which eliminates dual taxation. 

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  • Baby on the Way: Knowing All About Maternity and Paternity Leave

    There's a good chance you'll eventually have to deal with some kind of parental leave in your office, whether it involves an employee or employee spouse pregnancy, or an adoption. 

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  • Handling a 'Wrong Information' Form From the IRS

    Have you ever received a CP2000 notice? It's an alert from the IRS that data received from banks, employers or other third parties doesn't match your tax return.

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  • IRS Clarifies Deductible Expenses

    The Internal Revenue Service has updated the rules to reflect changes resulting from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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  • How Long Since You've Reviewed Your Estate Plan?

    An estate plan is not a one-time event. It's a living series of documents you must continue to address throughout your life.

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  • What To Do When You Get an Audit Notification

    You’ve opened the mail and your heart sinks. Your business just received an audit notification from the IRS. Click through to learn how to keep your cool and prepare for what happens next.

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  • Yes, Home Equity Loans May Still Be Deductible

    Interest on home equity loans and similar products still can be deducted under the new tax law, says the IRS, even though early readings of the law suggested otherwise. Click through to see how you may still be able to claim a deduction.

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  • Is This Your Situation: You're Facing Multistate Sales Tax Issues

    When do you have to charge sales tax for a cross-border transaction — and when is it unnecessary? It's all a question of "nexus."

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  • New IRS Guidance on State and Local Taxes

    The IRS is taking a look at the deductibility of state and local tax payments for federal income tax purposes in the wake of tax reform. 

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  • How You Can Keep Your Finances in Order Year-Round

    Most of us don't get our finances in order until a life event is imminent — an upcoming wedding, the birth of a baby, a divorce, a financial audit or a natural disaster.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About Cost Segregation with a New Building

    Cost segregation is used to classify assets for federal tax purposes, and if used correctly, it can save your money. But the devil's in the details. 

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  • New York Mandates Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy & Training

    New York legislators have passed a number of inittiatives in the wake of the #MeToo movement and widespread allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace.

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  • Qualified Retirement Plans: Know the Rules

    Periodically, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues a notice describing changes in its qualification requirements for retirement plans, including deadlines. Are you up to date? 

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  • Is a Franchise the Right Move for You?

    At one time or another, almost everyone daydreams about owning their own business. With a franchise, you can be your own boss, with the backing of an established company.

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