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  • Highlights of The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes ACT of 2015

    The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH), a bill of tax extenders affecting a number of expired provisions in the tax code, was signed into law by President Obama on December 18. The 2014 expiration of many significant tax credits resulted in a year of uncertainty for businesses and individuals. However, beginning […]

  • ATS Web Portal (NetClient) – An Online Tool to Make Your Busy Life Easier

    ATS makes finding and accessing tax information quick and easy. ATS Web Portal (NetClient) provides quick 24/7 access to tax documents and a method to provide all your tax data to your tax preparer through the Tax Organizer feature in the web portal.  Much like online banking, accessing your tax documents should also be as […]

  • 2015 Retirement Account Changes

    Retirement savers will have a new retirement account option in 2015. Investors will also be eligible to contribute $500 more to a 401(k) next year. Here’s a look at how retirement accounts will change in 2015. Introducing myRA. The Treasury will offer a new type of retirement account, the myRA, beginning in late 2014 that […]

  • 2014 Accounting & Tax Solutions Year End Letter

    With year-end nearly upon us, we, at Accounting & Tax Solutions, Inc., would like to remind you of some important information and request tax information. Please remember that year end requires extra time to print W-2’s and 1099’s; therefore, it is important to get your work to us as early as possible. The earlier you […]

  • September 2014 Newsletter

    If you still rely on snail mail to pay your federal taxes, think about trying a new approach:  paying electronically. Among the options is a web-based system, launched this year, known as “IRS Direct Pay.” You can use it to zap your individual federal tax bills or estimated tax payments directly from your bank account. […]

  • How Do I Know if My Employee is a Contract Worker?

    When navigating the potential of having employees, it can be difficult as a small business owner to keep track of whether you have actual ‘employees’ or you have ‘contract workers.’ This distinction is extremely important, and misidentifying your workers can lead to financial consequences. Fortunately, it’s possible to assess whether you have a contract worker […]