Category General News

18
Mar

Tax Season and the Fitbit Challenge

It’s tax season, and CPAs across the country are working around the clock, seldom leaving their desks as they endeavor to complete tax return after tax return. Massive quantities of pizza and Chinese takeout are being consumed. Clients are dropping by with donuts. Coffee is brewed by the gallon. Sunshine and time spent outdoors are …

25
Feb

New IRS guidelines for 2018 business meals and entertainment expenses

With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which affects your 2018 tax return, there are some significant changes to the way businesses can handle deductions for meals and entertainment expenses. Many business owners weren’t aware of these changes last year, which could mean a little extra work preparing for your tax return. Here’s a rundown …

21
Jan

GCT is a Hubdoc Top 50 Cloud Accountant

A couple of weeks ago, we announced that Shelly Lingor, Director of Technology Solutions for GCT Technology & Accounting, was joining the partnership. Shortly after that, Shelly and her team at GCT were recognized as a Hubdoc Top 50 Cloud Accountant. Getting into this elite group requires demonstrating solid client results and a strong commitment …

3
Jan

Virtual accounting services grow with new partner

We are pleased to announce that Shelly Lingor has been named Partner at GunnChamberlain, P.L. In the past two years, Shelly has taken our technology side, GCT Technology & Accounting, from concept to reality. Virtual accounting services are the clear path to growth, not just for our firm, but also for our clients. By bringing …

9
Nov

2018 Economic Update Webinar : Third Quarter

2018 Economic Update Webinar : Third Quarter We appreciate you joining us. The presentation is another in our continuing efforts to be more than just a CPA firm. We’re having great participation, got a very diverse, believe it or not, international group on our webinar today. Obviously, there’s considerable interest and to some degree concern …

25
Oct

Tax Planning and The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Tax Planning and The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act The tax year 2018 is quickly ending. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) makes tax planning more challenging this year, but certainly not impossible. Over the following weeks, we will be discussing various aspects of the TCJA, which must be considered to maximize the tax …

8
Aug

2018 Economic Update Webinar : Second Quarter

2018 Economic Update Webinar : Second Quarter Thank you so much for joining us. And I want to welcome each and every one of you. We appreciate you joining us today. The presentation today is another in our continuing efforts to be more than just a CPA firm. We’re having great participation. We’ve got a …

24
Jul

GunnChamberlain Named a Jacksonville Business Journal Best Place to Work!

GunnChamberlain, P.L. has been named one of Jacksonville’s 2018 Best Places to Work and has been featured in the Jacksonville Business Journal. Isaac Brohinsky & Mariana Acevedo at the Best Places to Work Reception Event “Here at GunnChamberlain, we value our employees and encourage them. We strive to provide a work environment that is conducive to achieve …

30
Apr

When It’s Safe to Shred Your Tax Records

To Shred or Not to Shred… With tax season coming to an end, it’s a good time to organize your documents and properly dispose of any records you no longer need. In most cases, the IRS only has three years after the due date of your return (or the date you filed) to perform an …

1
Mar

IRS Alerts Taxpayers of Refund Scam

The IRS warns taxpayers of a new twist on an old scam. Criminals are depositing fraudulent tax refunds into individuals’ actual bank accounts, then attempting to reclaim the refund from the taxpayers. Here are the basic steps criminals follow to carry out this scam. The thief: Hacks tax preparers’ computers to steal taxpayer data. Uses …

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