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3 Proven Reasons a Connecticut Business Owner Should Meet With Their CPA Before Year-End

Another year will end soon.  There is (very) little tax planning that can be done after the year-end.  With the maximum federal income tax bracket of 39.6% and the maximum State of Connecticut income tax bracket of 6.5% there is


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3 Proven Reasons a Connecticut Business Owner Should Elect Subchapter S

    Business owners of corporations will by default have a “C” Corporation.  If they are eligible and they elect, they could be a Subchapter S (“Sub S”) corporation.       An eligible Sub S corporation meets the following


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Why Some Small Businesses Should NOT be an LLC

The Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) certainly has become a popular form of business entity. If there is only one member (owner) then setting up these entities has become a breeze. Just go online, fill out some forms, pay the registration


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6 Reasons Small Business Owners Should Meet With Their CPA Before Year-End

There are a host of reasons small business owners should meet with their CPA.  Here are 6 of them:   1) Method of Accounting Smaller business can usually file their tax returns on the cash basis of accounting.  The taxable


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How a Connecticut ‘C’ Corporation can claim the Neighborhood Assistant Act Credit

  Connecticut ‘C’ Corporations can avail themselves to the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Credit. The concept of the credit is to promote funding for tax exempt and municipal organizations by providing a Connecticut income tax credit for ‘C’ Corporations. Click


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