On December 18th, right before shutting down for the holidays, Congress has passed 50 major changes for the upcoming tax filing season. Some of the tax extenders will be quite important, while others may go by without much notice. We’re taking a look at the notable changes.
Some of the previously enacted temporary provisions, have been made permanent:
Freyman CPA was featured in Crain’s New York discussing how our firm utilizes technology when working with clients. The article entitled, “The New Accounting Firm,” specifically highlights Freyman CPA as well as some of the larger firms such as PwC, EisnerAmper, WeiserMazars & others. As you may be aware, we have grown our business substantially over the past year as a result of our commitment to technology and to deploying the right resources to better serve our clients.
We recently spoke with Bianca Wright of Nearshore Americas to discuss how best to navigate the murky waters of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). As you may be aware, U.S businesses and individuals transacting overseas need to adhere to the requirements and regulations imposed by the Act. Below is an excerpt from the article.
Differentiating Between Business and Contractors
When most of us think about our accountant, filing taxes often comes to mind. However, accountants are trusted advisers that can offer much more to their clients than just preparing tax returns. Recently, we had a chance to speak with Greg Freyman, CPA to learn more about his Jacksonville Florida based accounting practice and the innovative ways he is able to offer value to his clients.