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The IRS is now generally accepting e-filed returns.  However, due to IRS reprogramming of their software to encompass Fiscal Cliff Legislation in early January, certain filings are not yet being accepted.  Some of the most common forms which are delayed are: Education credits – Form 8863 (American Opportunity Credit and Lifetime Learning Credits) Depreciation and […]

See how in the July issue of the SouthCoast Business Bulletin.

Here’s my latest column in the newly re-launched SouthCoast Business Bulletin.   This SouthCoast-focused B2B publication has a number of great articles on business successes in our area as well as offering numerous business tips.  Check it out!

Link here  to my latest column in the New England Business Bulletin.  Lots of great business information and strategies in here.

Here’s an article in the latest New England Business Bulletin with some strategies.

Considering whether you should do your own taxes this year or get a professional?  Here are some considerations…

Here’s a link to my latest column in the New England Business Bulletin.  Enjoy!

Lisa Aldrich, CPA is pleased to present a Quickbooks® workshop Wednesday, February 8, 2012  9am-noon at the Fall River Boys & Girls Club, 803 Bedford Street, Fall River, MA 02723 Workshop Summary: Are you using Quickbooks® to its fullest potential or simply as a glorified checkbook?  Did you know there are features and reporting capabilities […]

The IRS has announced 2012 mileage rates for the standard mileage reimbursement.  The new rates are very similar to this year.  Starting January 1st, the rate for business miles remains at 55.5 cents per mile, with medical/moving miles decreasing half a penny to 23 cents per mile.  Charitable miles remain at 14 cents per mile. […]

With Thanksgiving behind us, thoughts turn to the upcoming holiday season.  But for those of you like me, you are thinking already about the New Year.  Just a little bit of tax planning now can make such a difference in your tax bill come April.  Here are some easy ways to minimize taxes in the […]