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Demian & Company, LLC is a professional Certified Public Accounting (CPA) Firm with two locations located in Cranford, NJ and East Brunswick, NJ that specializes in providing individuals and businesses with a full range of Accounting, Tax Preparation, Estate & Trust Planning, Payroll, Entity Selection & Restructuring, Wealth Management, and Litigation Services. We also offer comprehensive IRS Settlement assistance.
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Tax Tips for Individuals & Businesses
The holiday season is here, and that means the New Year is just around the corner. While you probably already have a long list of things to do before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, there’s one other thing you should add to that last: meeting with a CPA. Why is it so important to meet with a CPA before the New Year rolls around? Keep reading to find out.
As we approach the holiday season, many people will be considering what charitable organizations they’d like to contribute to, and how much they’re going to give. Some people give to the same charities every year, while others may vary which causes they support. Still others may be considering making a significant donation for the very first time. Whichever situation you may be in, it’s important to consider whether or not your donation to any charity will be tax deductible. How can you tell if your donations are tax exempt? Keep reading to learn a few things to check before you donate.
The right time to start thinking about this year’s tax return is at the start of the year. Aside from that, however, the best time to start thinking about it is right now. Disregarding your taxes—and how every financial decision you make impacts those taxes along the way—typically results in you paying far more in taxes than you should. If tax planning hasn’t been a priority for you so far this year, don’t worry; there are still a few things you can do before the end of the year to save on taxes. Keep reading to learn what they are.