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Year-End Tax Planning Letter

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As 2018 draws to a close, there is still time to reduce your 2018 tax bill and plan ahead for 2019. Year-end planning this year follows the new laws created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that made major changes to the rules for individuals and businesses. This letter…

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Anglin Announces Firm-Wide Promotions

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Anglin Reichmann Armstrong is pleased to announce 10 firm-wide promotions.  The staff listed below received promotions.  Congratulations to all! Manager:  Amanda Archambeau, CPA, MAcc, QuickBooks Pro Advisor Jonathan Goodwin, CPA, QuickBooks Pro Advisor, Implementations Specialist Denise Miles, CPA, CGMA Dustin Schaefer, CPA Supervisor: Elena Miller, MAcc, QuickBooks Pro Advisor Angela Sparks, CPA, QuickBooks Pro…

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Anglin Welcomes New Audit Supervisor Meg Lawson

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We are pleased to announce the addition of Meg Lawson, CPA, MAcc, as a Supervisor in the firm’s Audit & Assurance group.  Meg has over 9 years experience in public accounting working with clients in industries including employee benefit plans, government contracting, and professional services.  She has a Bachelor’s in Accounting and…

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Upcoming Important Dates

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Important Dates to Keep in Mind 6/30/18 Incurred Cost Submission Due Date 7/31/18 Form 5500 – Annual Return/Report of Employee Benefit Plan Due Date Form 941 – Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return Due Date 9/17/18 Form 1065 – Return of Partnership Income Extended Deadline Form 1120S – S Corporation Tax…

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Incurred Cost Submissions Due

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Do you have the clause FAR 52.216-7 “Allowable Cost and Payment” in any of your contracts? If you do, you have a requirement to prepare an Incurred Cost Submission for your company and submit to your local DCAA office by June 30th, 2018. Typically, this FAR clause is incorporated in…

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401(k) Plan Administration

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Best Practices in 401(k) Plan Administration Even if an audit is not required of your company’s 401(k) plan, the plan administrator, trustee and others acting on behalf of the plan participants are still required to meet their fiduciary responsibility.  That includes acting with due care, following the plan document, diversifying…

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