Are Social Security benefits taxable?

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH If you’ve reached the age where you can receive Social Security benefits, congratulations! That means you’ve worked hard and paid into the system your entire working life. However, many retirees may also wonder whether they must pay income taxes on their Social Security. If these benefits are their only…

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How Long Should You Keep Accounting Records?

GET IN TOUCH GET IN TOUCH Past tax returns, statements, and financial records have a life; you should keep them as long as needed to substantiate your filings. On the other hand, there is a moment when you can let the past go and relieve yourself of expired records. The general rule of thumb is…

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Efile sent

Thank you for letting us know that you have sent in your efile form, we must have missed it. I’ll find it – if you don’t hear from me then you can assume this is taken care of. — Alnie

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Email White Listing

You’ll need to whitelist our email address to ensure you receive important updates from us regarding your accounting and services that you order. Follow These Instructions for Gmail: 1. In your inbox, locate an email from jody@rcmycpa.com ( such as the welcome email for the product you just purchased, the document you just downloaded, or the confirmation of…

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April 3, 2020

This page is the recording of our Q&A session from April 3, 2020. Due to a recording issue, click here to get the slide presentation. Download the slides here. Link to small business definition.

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Covid-19 Relief for New York City Companies

In New York City Mayor de Blasio announced that the city will provide some relief for small businesses: Businesses with fewer than 100 employees who have seen sales decreases of 25% or more will be eligible for zero-interest loans of up to $75,000. Businesses with fewer than five employees can apply for a grant to…

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The IRS did formally push back tax filing to July 15, 2020

Last Updated: March 25 2020 IRS Frequently Asked Questions for Filing and Payments  IRS LINK  Some Details Deadline extended for all tax return due 4/15  (Individual, Business, Trust, Estate Income Tax)  NO EXTENSION FORMS NEED TO BE FILED  States are (will be) following the IRS deadlines  If you file and are due a REFUND they…

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