On this months EO Fire income report I talked about why it's much better to set up a payment plan with the IRS than to extend your return and not pay the taxes due by April 15. John came up with the great idea to do a walk through of how the process … (Read More)
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Quick Update in Light of the COVID-19 Situation:
Hello CPA on Fire family,
Just want to update you on some important topics:
- The federal tax filing and payment deadline has been extended for individuals and corporations by 90 days from April 15th to July 15th.
- Individual state deadlines remain unclear. We are staying in touch with the AICPA on the latest legislation. Please seek our advice on your state deadlines.
- We continue to service our clients and prepare tax returns. Please forward us your materials when ready.
We wish everyone the best during these uncertain times.
A few tips for business leaders:
- Take care of today’s items, don’t look too far into the future;
- Tend to your relationships, and
- Have gratitude for what we have, not what we are missing.
About CPA on Fire
Hi, I'm Ron Parisi, CPA, JD.
I use my 25+ years of accounting and tax experience to help entrepreneurs run their businesses as profitably and effectively as possible.
Hi, my name is Josh Bauerle.
I am a CPA and series 65 licensed financial advisor and I started CPA on Fire to help entrepreneurs make their tax and accounting as simple as possible.
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