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Important Dates for 2015 0

May 27, 2015

I am a little late in posting the key dates this year, but better late than never, the following are several key dates in 2015 for both individuals and corporations.   These dates are important, because if these deadlines are missed you may be subject to costly fines and penalties.   Important Dates:   January ...

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Important Dates and Deadlines for 2014 0

January 10, 2014

As we head into to the upcoming “Tax Season” it is important to remember several key dates in 2014 for both individuals and corporations.   These dates are important, because if these deadlines are missed you may be subject to costly fines and penalties.   Important Dates:  January 15 – Remittance date for fourth ...

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Important Dates for 2013 0

February 6, 2013

As we head into to the upcoming “Tax Season” it is important to remember several key dates in 2013 for both individuals and corporations.   These dates are important, because if these deadlines are missed you may be subject to costly fines and penalties.  Important Dates:  January 15 – Remittance date for fourth ...

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Incorporation vs. Proprietorship 0

July 4, 2012

One of the biggest considerations for small businesses is whether to incorporate or to operate as a proprietorship. What’s the difference? The main difference between corporations and proprietorships is that corporations become their own legal entity while proprietorships are operated under the name of the proprietor. From a tax perspective a corporation ...

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Starting a New Business 0

June 14, 2012

Starting a new business can be an overwhelming process; there are so many considerations which makes it easy to overlook something.  Not only is it important to not overlook anything, it is important to do things in the correct order.  In my time assisting clients go through this process I ...

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