Monthly Archives: June 2019

Ten Considerations When Selecting Your Lender and Loan Officer

By Guest writer Bob Cahill – Leader Bank     Research the lender and loan officer to ensure they are a good fit for you. What is their knowledge, experience, and commitment to service? Are they local and respected by the realtor

Posted in 2019 June newsletter

2019 Fast Tax Facts

Starting in 2018, personal exemptions are no longer deductible.  The maximum earnings subject to social security taxes is $132,900 for 2019, up from $128,400 in 2018. The standard mileage rate is $.58 per business mile as of January 1, 2019, up from $.545 for 2018. The maximum

Posted in 2019 June newsletter

IRS Warns That the “Dirty Dozen” Represents the Worst of Tax Scams

Compiled annually, the “Dirty Dozen” lists a variety of common scams that taxpayers may encounter anytime but many of these schemes peak during filing season as people prepare their returns or hire someone to help with their taxes. Don’t fall

Posted in 2019 June newsletter

Tips for Kids with a Summer Job

Will your child be working at a summer job? If so, here are a few items to consider: How to complete Form W-4. When you child begins their summer job and will be paid as a W-2 employee, their new

Posted in 2019 July Newsletter, 2019 June newsletter, General

Andrew Schwartz to Speak on How to Build a Successful Niche Accounting Practice

Please join Andrew Schwartz CPA in Toronto on Monday September 9th where he will be speaking at the Accounting and Finance Show being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.  More info about this conference is available at: The

Posted in 2019 June newsletter