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  • Three Questions You May Have After You File Your Tax Return

    April 17th, 2019 Once your 2018 tax return has been successfully filed with the IRS, you may still have some questions. Here are brief answers to three questions that we’re frequently asked at this time of year. Question #1: What tax records can I throw away now? At a minimum, keep tax records related to…

  • Employee Spotlight – Jan Nash

    “An attitude of gratitude is a never ending prayer.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Jan Nash is an administrative assistant at Bradshaw, Gordon & Clinkscales, LLC. She has been with the firm for 2 years and specializes in accounts receivable, financial statement formatting and project management. She volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, Miracle Hill and Grace…

  • Vehicle-Expense Deduction Ins and Outs for Individual Taxpayers

          March 26th, 2019 It’s not just businesses that can deduct vehicle-related expenses. Individuals also can deduct them in certain circumstances. Unfortunately, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) might reduce your deduction compared to what you claimed on your 2017 return. For 2017, miles driven for business, moving, medical and charitable purposes…

  • Employee Spotlight – Bethany Underwood

    “Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling.” – C.G. Jung Bethany Underwood is a bookkeeper at Bradshaw, Gordon & Clinkscales, LLC. She has been with the firm for almost 2 years and specializes in QuickBooks, payroll and small business support. She is currently an Advanced Pro Advisor for QuickBooks Desktop and…

  • Public Companies to Disclose Stock Hedging Policies and Practices

        February 15, 2019 Does your company have policies in place regarding the use of hedging transactions by company insiders? Final Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) guidance will soon require public companies to disclose whether their officers, employees and directors are allowed to offset a decrease in the market value of the company’s stock….

  • Financial Statements Tell Your Business’s Story, Inside and Out

          February 13, 2019 Ask many entrepreneurs and small business owners to show you their financial statements and they’ll likely open a laptop and show you their bookkeeping software. Although tracking financial transactions is critical, spreadsheets aren’t financial statements. In short, financial statements are detailed and carefully organized reports about the financial activities…

  • Why You Shouldn’t Wait to File Your 2018 Income Tax Return

            February 12, 2019 The IRS opened the 2018 income tax return filing season on January 28. Even if you typically don’t file until much closer to the April 15 deadline, this year consider filing as soon as you can. Why? You can potentially protect yourself from tax identity theft — and…

  • Private companies: Have you implemented the new revenue recognition standard?

    February 8th, 2019 Private companies that follow U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) must comply with the landmark new revenue recognition standard in 2019. Many private company CFOs and controllers report that they still have significant work to do to meet the demands of the sweeping rules. If you haven’t started the implementation process, it’s…

  • Refine Your Strategic Plan with SWOT

    February 7th, 2019 With the year underway, your business probably has a strategic plan in place for the months ahead. Or maybe you’ve created a general outline but haven’t quite put the finishing touches on it yet. In either case, there’s a time-tested approach to refining the strategic plan that you should consider: a SWOT…

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