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What Businesses/Owners Should Expect From the Future of Accounting

The relationship with your accountant will become less and less focused on once-a-year compliance and historical data and more focused on becoming an integral part of your business every day. Chris West, CPA and CEO of Dalby, Wendland & Co., talks about how the future of accounting brings business opportunities.

Will You Be Subject to a Penalty for Not Filing Your 2020 Estimated Taxes?

2020 was a hard year. But taxes for that crazy year still will be due on April 15, 2021, and if you underestimated the amount of tax you owe, you may be subject to a hefty penalty. Click through to find out whether you could be delinquent.

IRS Turbocharges the Employee Retention Tax Credit

Last year the government created an employee retention tax credit to keep employees on their payroll. Recent tweaks have made it even more attractive. Click through to see if it's something your business should take advantage of.

Are Your Employees Cross-Trained?

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc with staffing at companies of all sizes. Can you prepare for any new disasters that lead to major layoffs? Click through for some thoughts on cross-training, which can ensure all tasks are covered.

What To Know About the Alternative Minimum Tax

The dreaded AMT has been with us for a while, but that doesn't mean it hasn't changed over the years. Is it likely to affect you, and if so, how? Click through for a review of the AMT and what it may mean to you.

Estate Plan Building Blocks

You hear a lot of talk about having an estate plan, but what is it all about? What are the pieces in a plan—is it more than just a will? Click through for an overview of an estate plan, to help you understand why everyone needs one.

General Overview of Business Deductions

Business expenses are the cost of carrying on a trade or business, and there may be some tax breaks there. But a lot has changed in recent months, and the rules can be complicated. Click through for an overview of business tax deductions.

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