Partnership Agreement Issues

We deal with agreements on a daily basis — from the terms and conditions on a website to municipal regulations that guide public actions. These agreements are often forgotten, if not entirely ignored, which may only become apparent when an issue arises. Similarly, partnership agreements may be drafted and then ignored. Partnership agreements guide many […]

2016 Year-End Update for Individuals

It’s already December. Before long, it will be 2017, but we’ll all still accidentally write 2016. The start of a new year often brings tax changes, and with a new President in 2017, it is likely that there will be even more changes than usual. This article covers 2016 year-end update for individuals. What can […]

2016 Year-End Update for Businesses

This blog post covers 2016 year-end update for businesses. With the start of 2017 quickly approaching, a slew of changes is upon us. The new year often brings tax changes, and with a new president in 2017 there is already talk of overhaul of the tax code. While we will briefly discuss some speculative changes […]

Pre-election Candidates’ Tax Plans Summary

In the past few weeks, you’ve likely been inundated with pre-recorded phone calls, unsolicited opinions on Facebook, and a mailbox full of political flyers. With the presidential election looming, what effect will our decision have on taxes? Every candidate always makes campaign promises related to taxes, whether it’s closing loopholes, lowering tax rates, or completely […]

What to Consider When Hiring a CPA

NOTE: This is a reprint of the article Greg Freyman wrote for Angie’s List. Consider three criteria before hiring a CPA to file personal or business tax returns. Maybe you’ve always completed your business returns by hand, or maybe you’ve used off-the-shelf tax preparation software to file your personal taxes. However, when your tax situation becomes […]

Freyman CPA on Helping Start-up Companies

If you tell people “I work at a start-up,” images of open-working spaces with ping pong tables and casual working atmospheres probably pop into their heads. In reality, start-up companies face many obstacles, and the founders and officers have many tax, operational, and legal logistics to handle. No single person is fully knowledgeable in every […]