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Business CPA & Limited Liability Company (LLC) Advice

Limited Liability Company (LLC) Advice Clients often ask about limited liability company (LLC) which is a hybrid-type of legal structure that provides the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership. As a Business CPA, I don’t recommend them for the average small business. The “owners” of …

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Public Accountants Advise Clients on New 1099-K Requirements

Public Accountants Advise Clients on New 1099-K Requirements Public Accountants Gustavo A. Viera CPA are advising clients that this is the first year that the IRS requires payments made with a credit or debit card to be reported by merchants who processed more than $20,000 and 200 transactions. Public Accountants Gustavo A. Viera CPA states the program, initiated by …

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Small Business CPA and Accounting for Small Business

Accounting for Small Business There is always the need for Accounting for Small Business by business people to understand and apply the principles of Accounting for Small Business to requirements for best practices. There is never enough guidance when it comes to Accounting for Small Business, billing and taxes. There are certain sensitive guidelines which are recommended by …

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Small Business CPA Warns of Taxation of abandonments, foreclosures and repossessions

Small Business CPA Warns of Taxation of abandonments, foreclosures and repossessions Small Business CPA Office warn many taxpayers in the current economy have had trouble paying mortgages, car notes and other debts. Some are forced to abandon property, go through foreclosures or have property repossessed. While such measures may alleviate the financial burden on these …

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