This presentation highlights the key changes to payroll taxes and federal income taxes from the 2012 ATRA. They are from a presentation that was made to registrants at an educational program sponsored by The Regional Caner Center in Erie, PA on January 30, 2013.
As a result of no action, employees will be faced with higher payroll taxes in 2013.
Congress passed a new law on January 2, effectively adverting the fiscal cliff. Both business owners and individuals should be aware of what this means to them.
Act now to take advantage of these ways to reduce your business taxes through accellerated depreciation and enhanced expensing options.
Changes to payroll taxes happen each year. For 2008 there are only a few changes.
Do you need an audit or a review or a compilation of your financial statements? Which is most appropriate depends on your type of entity, your funding sources, and your bank's requirements.
There is a credit or a refund available for federal excise taxes paid on long distance services billed after February, 2003 and before August 1, 2006. The credit or refund can be claimed on a tax return which includes December 31, 2006.