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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.
We also provide our clients with a full range of income tax strategies that include incorporation, planning, budgeting as well as other techniques designed to minimize your tax liability.
Demian & Company, LLC can also help if you owe the IRS $10,000 or more. We help you settle with the IRS for a fraction of what you owe. Call one of our offices in Cranford, NJ or East Brunswick, NJ today to see if you qualify!
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When you’re caught in a natural disaster, it can have long-lasting impacts on virtually every aspect of your life—and that includes your taxes. But since most natural disaster victims are focused on filing insurance claims, preserving or restoring damaged property, and otherwise coping with the impacts of the disaster, they don’t usually have much time to spare to think about their taxes. Thankfully, the IRS recognizes this, and so they offer a few different relief options to help victims of natural disasters. Here’s what you need to know about claiming this type of relief.
Alimony and other forms of support payments have been taxed in the exact same way for decades. But as of January 1, 2019, the old rules are being turned on their head. These changes are one of the last ones introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to be implemented. (Most of the other changes to tax law were put into effect in 2018.) So, whether you’re already divorced, contemplating divorce, or are divorced and considering renegotiating your divorce agreement, there are a few things you ought to know. Here’s a quick look at how your alimony and support payments will be treated when you file your 2019 tax returns.
If you filed an extension for your business return back in March, your new deadline is now less than a month away. It’s important that you are prepared for this deadline, as you cannot receive any further extension on filing your business’s tax return. Here’s what you need to know about the extension deadline, and how you can prepare for it.