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The annual survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best employers in the accounting profession. The 2023 list is made up of 100 firms
Take advantage of our Holiday Special and save an extra 15% on tax services in the new year. From now through New Year’s Eve, you can purchase up to $500 worth of credits per entity for only $425.
As we approach the end of the year, there may be opportunities for you to improve your tax situation.
As a reminder, if you are an Individual or operate as a C Corporation your federal tax return is due on October 17th.
As a reminder, if you operate an S Corporation or Partnership your federal tax return is due on September 15th.
We’ve reached the midway point in the year! With some planning and assistance from your accounting professional you can have goals set up to further support your business.
Making the choice between cash basis and accrual basis may be confusing. Don’t worry, we will break them down so when the time is right, you can make the best choice that supports your business.
With the recent surge in the residential real estate markets, homeowners may be considering selling their residence. Homeowners should be aware of the potential tax implications, as the gain realized on a sale in today’s market could be significant.
The IRS announced a revision to the standard mileage rates for computing deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, medical or moving expenses.
When determining which business form best suits the needs of the owners, many factors need to be considered. These include both tax and nontax factors. The goal in choosing a business form is to structure it so the form meets the taxpayers nontax objectives, while maximizing any current and future tax benefits.
Hawaii’s Annual Return & Reconciliation of General Excise / Use Tax Return (Form G-49) are due the 20th day of the fourth month following the close of the taxable year. For 2021 calendar year filers, that means the due date for Form G-49 is April 20, 2022.
Tax Day, April 18th, is a little over a month away, but there’s still time to make your 2021 retirement contributions!
As a reminder, if you operate an S Corporation or Partnership your federal tax return is due on March 15th.
As we approach the end of the year, there may be opportunities for you to improve your tax situation. Effective tax planning can help reduce income taxes for current and future years.
Summer, a wonderful time of year to enjoy the weather, family beach trips and revisit financial targets!
The Internal Revenue Service has started sending letters to more than 36 million American families...
Tax Day, typically April 15th was pushed back to May 17th. This means there is still time to make your 2020 retirement...
Subject matter experts at HiAccounting are committed to serving nonprofit organizations in our local community...
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) grant program will go live on Monday, May 3, at 12 p.m. Eastern...
The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced Wednesday, March 17th...
Individual, C Corporation and Trust/Estate federal tax returns are due on April 15th. If we do not receive your tax documents by March 18th...
As a reminder, if you operate an S Corporation or Partnership your federal tax return is due on March 15th. If we have not yet received your tax documents...
Tax law is a complicated affair that is ever-changing. Through rigorous professional training and routine participation...
The CARES Act, which was passed into law to help stimulate the economy, authorized 2 rounds of stimulus payments...
Form 1099-NEC (Nonemployee Compensation) is a new tax form that businesses will be required to file...
As we approach the end of this unprecedented year, there are some tax opportunities your family and business may want to consider before year-end....
In short, No. Hawaii does not have a sales tax. The GET is different from a sales tax because: A sales tax is a tax on customers whereas GET is a tax on businesses...
When determining which business form best suits the needs of the owners, many factors need to be considered...
An individual may claim one of two types of educated-related tax credits, the American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) or the Lifetime Learning Credit...
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