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Spilman Employee Spotlight – Danielle Tschappat, CPA; Hollywood Casino Brings Fun….and Taxes; Save the Date for the 19th Annual Border Battle Bash; Who Are the Latest IRS Audit Targets; Social Security and IRS Announce 2013 Benefit and Pension Amounts
What Is A Business Succession Plan; Spilman Employee Spotlight – Jacob Moeller, CPA; Spilman Sponsors Women’s Executive Forum; IRA Rollovers: Not as Simple as They May Seem
Use Tax Amnesty Program – Time is Running Out to Act; Spilman Welcomes a New Employee; Why Social Medica is a ‘Legal Minefield’ for Employees
Spilman Employee Spotlight – Christine Slade, CPA; First Annual 990 Breakfast Roundtable a Success; Spilman Goes Barefoot; Charitable Gifts of Property: Follow Stringent Rules to Ensure Deductions; The EU ‘E-Privacy Directive’ and How it Affects Websites
Succession Planning – Do You Have a Strategy; Congratulations to Our Newly Promoted Staff Members; ‘Taxmageddon:’ Prepare to Potentially Pay More on Investment Income; New Law Eases Rules for Pension Funding, Student Loan Rates and More; IRS Gives New Tax Directions for Dual Citizens
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Sara’s QuickBooks Tips and Tricks; Spilman Employee Spotlight- Ryan Whitman, CPA; ‘Taxmageddon:’ Plan for Potentially Higher Taxes Starting Next Year; Trademark Olympic Rings Are Fiercely Protected: A Lesson for All Businesses
Expiring Bush-Era Tax Cuts: Potential Changes That Could Affect You; Spilman Employee Spotlight- A.J. Decker, CPA; Business Values and the ‘Baby Boomer Effect’; Supreme Court: Healthcare Law Involves a Tax, Not a Penalty; Healthcare Tax Changes that Remain in Place
Spilman Welcomes Another CPA to the Firm; Spilman Welcomes a New Employee; Spilman Parties with a Purpose; Upcoming Deadlines Regarding New Retirement Plan Fee Rules
Spilman Employee Spotlight – Mark Osbourne, CPA; IRS Reminds Small Business Owners about Lucrative Tax Breaks; More Pointers on Building a Loyal, Productive Staff; Tax Identity Theft is a Growing Problem; Criminal Background Checks Can Be a Tightrope Act for Employers
The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board said they could vote as soon as June on how lease costs are represented on the balance sheet and how lease-accounting rules affect corporate earning. With this timetable, the boards could finish a draft of the rules by year-end.