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Tax Tips

Quick Guide to Long-Term vs Short-Term Capital Gains Tax Rate for 2020

When it comes to your taxes, it’s important to understand the impact of long-term vs short-term capital gains tax. This distinction is key because the Internal Revenue Service taxes each type of income at different rates. Certain types of capital gains, such as those from the sale of stock or mutual funds you have had for […]

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Six Simple Questions to Ask Your Accountant to Get the Most Value

Choosing an accountant is a big deal, so it’s critical you know the top questions to ask your accountant. Contrary to popular belief, accountants are not one-size-fits-all. This means it’s important to work with an accountant who has experience working with businesses similar to yours. And once you find a potential candidate, you can dive […]

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Cash Flow vs Profit — Which is More Important on a Balance Sheet?

Cash flow and profit are two important financial parameters for determining the health of a business. Many business owners are eager to look at financial statements in order to determine how to plan ahead, but they often get mixed up on how to properly interpret financial data. One of the most common questions is, “Should I […]

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Top Ways to Improve and Simplify Your Expense Tracking Strategy

As a business owner, it’s imperative you use every tool at your disposal to improve your expense tracking strategy. However, it’s often easier said than done. Expense tracking or expense management is the process and systems you have in place to request, authorize, and pay expenses. Whether the expenses are travel-related, entertainment, or any other business-related […]

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How to Move a Business to Another State Like a Seasoned Pro

Whether new opportunity presents itself or you’re just looking for a change of scenery, understanding how to move your business to another state may be a critical part of your process. And if it is, the team at John F. Dennehy CPA can and will help. We are a knowledgeable team of CPAs, accountants, and business […]

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7 Tips to Small Business Expense Tracking

If you’re self-employed or a small business owner, chances are bookkeeping isn’t something you got into your profession to do. Nevertheless, as you start to earn more money, small business expense tracking should become an ever more critical part of your everyday routine. If you’re waiting until tax season to be concerned about small business expense […]

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Should I File Taxes Quarterly or Yearly

As a business owner, it’s imperative you know whether you should pay your taxes quarterly or yearly. While individuals pay their federal income tax as they receive or earn income throughout the year, the process can look a little to a lot different for small businesses and individual contractors. This difference is due to the […]

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End of Year Tax Planning Checklist for Small Businesses: COVID-19 Edition

COVID-19 changed everything, including taxes. But it didn’t change the importance of having a robust end-of-year tax planning checklist. In fact, it’s more important than ever for you to have an end of year tax planning checklist. Considering all of the legislative changes and modifications, your end of the year tax planning checklist can be […]

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Individual Tax Strategies

When it comes to taxes, most people take the most obvious tax deductions, pay their tax bill, and move on. However, what if there are individual tax strategies you could be utilizing to lower or eliminate your tax liability outright? At John F. Dennehy CPA, we are a team of experienced tax accounting professionals who specialize […]

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10 Key Small Business Tax Strategies You Should Know

Even if you have a CPA prepare your federal and/or state taxes, they can only help you save money if you have kept adequate records and made smart decisions throughout the year. To put it simply, the best small business tax strategies will revolve around the steps you can take throughout the year to plan […]

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