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Why are we being audited for sales and use tax?

March 11, 2020By
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At some point, your company will probably be selected for a sales and use tax audit, and you need to be prepared. For those landscape professionals who are in states where services are not subject to sales tax, you may believe that you have dodged the bullet. Not true! While the services you sell may not require that you collect... read more

How to prep for tax season

December 2, 2019By
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Filing taxes. No one really likes it, but, year after year, it’s an unavoidable task. For landscape business owners, being prepared with the right information and a savvy adviser can lessen the stress of tax season. Dan Gordon, CPA and owner of Turf Books, a green industry accounting and bookkeeping firm based in Newton, N.J., says it’s a good idea... read more

Section 199A: Tax reform’s gift to small businesses

November 15, 2019By
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Section 199A, passed as part of the December 2017 tax reform, gives many small business owners a deduction determined with respect to their qualified business income (QBI). Generally, QBI is domestic income from a trade or business received by a sole proprietor or by an individual from a flow-through business (a partnership, LLC, S corporation, trust or estate). Why would... read more