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Tax Accountant Issue – November 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) How Alternative Minimum Tax could affect your Tax Burden; 3) Year End Tax Planning; 4) Filing Requirements for Small Tax Exempt Organizations; 5) Tell Employees the Cost of Their Benefits; 6) Outliving Your Nest Egg; 7) Holiday Spending Controls.

Tax Accountant Issue – October 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Don’t fall for the latest IRS e-mail scam; 3) How to plan for upcoming payroll tax increases; 4) Will the minimum wage increase affect your tip credit?; 5) Could your business use a consultant?; 6) Health insurance costs surpass inflation; 7) Choosing the executor of your estate: A critical estate planning decision.

Tax Accountant Issue – Sept 2007 : Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) IRS launches new tax audit program; 3) An HSA might be your solution to rising healthcare cost; 4) How happy are your customers with your service?; 5) How to make the most of your tax deductible car expenses; 6) Why going paperless is not always best; 7) How do you choose between saving for retirement and your child’s college cost?

Tax Accountant Issue – August 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) IRS warns charities and churches to stay out of politics; 3) Control your “AGI” to stop tax breaks from disappearing; 4) Got a nonprofit organization? You could benefit from this free IRS online workshop; 5) Is my worker an “employee” or an “independent contractor”?; 6) The Latest in Finances: Updates on the housing market; 7) Getting Married or Divorced? Get your finances in order.

Tax Accountant Issue – July 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Small Business Tax Act is signed by President Bush; 3) Act fast to benefit from this new IRA charitable donation option; 4) Age 50-plus is fastest-growing group of new business owners; 5) Important tax planning tips for the midyear review of your business; 6) New survey shows most people have no will; 7) Ways to protect yourself from identity theft and scams.

Tax Accountant Issue – June 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Tax Changes: Five new tax scams included in 2007 “dirty dozen”; 3) Your child and his summer job…will he owe taxes?; 4) IRS announces 2007 vehicle deprecation limits; 5) What is the right price for your products? A three-step guide for your business; 6) Inheriting a 401(k)? New rules you need to know; 7) Stocks: Consider these important tips next time you decide to sell .

Tax Accountant Issue – February 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Tax Changes: Last-minute Congress; 3) Deductions even when you don’t itemize; 4) Why bring your corporate minutes up to date?; 5) Can your business grow too fast?; 6) You can split your tax refund three ways; 7) Be aware of the gender gap in retirement savings.

Tax Accountant Issue – January 2007: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Where’s My Refund:  IRS has 95,746 undeliverable tax refunds; 3) Your 2007 Income Tax Checklist; 4) IRS Formula for telephone tax refund is announced; 5) Build solid relationships with your customers;

6) Mutual fund investments reach $10 trillion mark; 7) What you need to know in order to simplify your recordkeeping.

Tax Accountant Issue – December 2006: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) More wages are subject to social security tax in 2007; 3) Two 2006 laws may offer tax planning opportunities; 4) IRS announces mileage rates for 2007; 5)Don’t overlook these business deductions; 6) Using credit could be getting too easy; 7) Smart financial gifts this holiday season.

Tax Accountant Issue – March 2006: Feature articles include 1) Major tax deadlines ; 2) What’s New: Should you pay taxes with a credit card? 3) April 3 is an important deadline ;

4) New Business: IRS to focus on employment tax issues to reduce tax gap ; 5) How to make business meetings worth the time; 6) What’s New: Prepaid tuition plans now get equal treatment ; 7) Are your beneficiary designations up to date.

Tax Accountant Issue – February 2006: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) The Early Bird May Get The Brand New Energy Credit; 3) How Long Should You Retain Your Tax Records?; 4) New Business: Tax Filing Requirements Simplified For Smaller Employers; 5) Businesses: Tap Into The Benefits of the Retirement Plan 6) What’s New: Credit Cards Are Now Requiring Higher Minimum Payments; 7) Dollar-Cost Averaging Can Offer Long-Term Benefits.

Tax Accountant Issue – January 2006: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) What’s New: Use New Tax Numbers for 2006 Tax Planning; 3) Medical Sticker Shock? Consider a Health Savings Account 4) New Business: New Energy Tax Breaks Available This Year 5) Keep Those Payroll Taxes Paid 6) What’s New: Credit cards are requiring higher minimum payments 7) Do a Financial Review at Tax Time.

Tax Accountant Issue – December 2005: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) What’s New: More Vehicles Certified for Clean-Fuel Deduction 3) Seven Year-End Moves to Cut Your Taxes 4) New Business: Surveys Show Health Care Costs a Major Concern: 5) Is Paying Zero Tax a Good Idea for Your Corporation?; 6) What’s New: Yield on I Bonds Jumps to 6.73%; 7) Got Mutual Funds? Pay Attention to Year-End Tax Issues.

Tax Accountant Issue – November 2005: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2)IRS announces changes; 3) Consider the tax issues in caring for elderly parents; 4) New per diem rates issued; 5) Be prepared: How to lessen the blow of a disaster; 6) Survey shows college costs increasing; 7) Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

Tax Accountant Issue – September 2005: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) Check out the tax credits in the new energy bill; 3) Seven steps to cut your 2005 tax bill; 4) IRS targets S corporations for audits; 5) IRS targets S corporations for audits; 6) New bankruptcy law goes into effect soon; 7) Invest with an eye on inflation.

Tax Accountant Issue – August 2005: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) IRS clarifies rules for donating vehicles to charity; 3) An exchange can save taxes; 4) Businesses must now shred employee information; 5) Turn employee reviews into constructive dialogs; 6) Put your savings on automatic pilot; 7) Think it over before you pay off your home mortgage early.

Tax Accountant Issue – January 2005: Feature articles include 1) Tax Deadlines; 2) What’s New: Tax Numbers Released for 2005 3) You Pay the Bills But Can You Claim a Dependency Deduction? 4) New Business: Rising Health Insurance Cost 5) Smart Business: A Business Partnership Needs a Written Agreement 6) What’s New: Don’t Let Your Gifts Disappear 7) Give Your Children a Good Financial Education .

Huddleston Tax CPAs of Seattle & Bellevue
Certified Public Accountants Focused on Small Business

(800) 376-1785
40 Lake Bellevue Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98005

Huddleston Tax CPAs & accountants provide tax preparation, tax planning, business coaching, Quickbooks consulting, bookkeeping, payroll and business valuation services for small business. We serve Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Tacoma, Everett, Kent, Kirkland, Bothell, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Shoreline, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, Renton, Tukwila, Federal Way, Burien, Mercer Island, West Seattle, Auburn, Snohomish, Mukilteo, Seatac, Des Moines, Woodinville, Edmonds, Sammamish and Issaquah. We have a few meeting locations. Call to meet John Huddleston, J.D., LL.M., CPA, Lance Hulbert, CPA, Grace Lee-Choi, CPA, Jennifer Zhou, CPA, or Jessica Chisholm, CPA. Member WSCPA.