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The Benefits Of Blogging For Small Law & Accounting Firms

Blogging

Content is king in terms of digital marketing, and the easiest way for your law or accounting firm to produce quality content is by maintaining an active blog on your website. Blogging has become the cornerstone of content marketing, as companies big and small look to increase website traffic and compete for the top search […]

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Member Spotlight: Bruce M. Gottlieb

Member Spotlight

Bruce M. Gottlieb, born Hartford, Connecticut; Certified Public Accountant 1979, Florida; Admitted to bar 1978, Florida; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida; Board Certified Taxation Lawyer, Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education (1985-2020). U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and U.S. Tax Court. Preparatory education, Boston University (B.S., 1975); Legal education, University […]

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AAA-CPA Offers Exclusive Dual-Practice Liability Insurance

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Professional liability insurance, also known as Errors and Omissions Insurance, is essential for even the most diligent of lawyers and accountants for two reasons: You cannot definitively rule out the possibility that you will someday make a mistake that costs your client financially; and In our Compensation Culture, it is entirely possible for a client […]

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Federal Tax Update – February 2017

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INDIVIDUALS In Smyth v. Commissioner, TC Memo 2017-29, the Tax Court expressed sympathy for a grandmother providing sole support for two grandchildren where the son had gotten a tax refund “check from the government, and cashed it to spend on drugs”; the Court stated that even a parent or parents not providing support have a […]

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AAA-CPA Simplifies The Search For Your New Attorney & Accountant

Choices

Whatever your reasons are for seeking the services of an attorney or CPA, you want to find the best possible candidate to meet your needs. This usually means meeting with multiple lawyers or accountants to narrow your search based in large part on certain professional characteristics — a process that can be difficult and time-consuming. […]

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Simultaneously Earn Continuing Education Credits With AAA-CPA

Continuing Education

One of the greatest advantages to joining a professional association for attorneys and accountants is the ability to earn your yearly continuing education requirements by attending organization events. This is particularly important for dually-licensed professionals, as the obligation for maintaining two professional licenses is far more cumbersome. As the only organization dedicated to serving dually-licensed […]

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Federal Tax Update – January 2017

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INDIVIDUALS Proposed Regulations under Code Section 172 clarify the definition of “support” for the dependency allowance, indicating that paid health insurance premiums but not life insurance premiums are treated as support; the Proposed Regulations also provide that, where the highest adjusted gross income of two parents must be determined due to equal custody, all income […]

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Tax Attorney vs. CPA: Why Not Hire A Two-In-One?

Why Not Hire

Whether you are seeking a professional to assist with tax issues on personal or business-related concerns, it can be difficult to determine exactly which expert best fits your needs; there are so many financial advising specializations with innumerable designations that it eventually seems to become a confusing jumble of letters on a business card. However, […]

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Facebook Etiquette For Small Practices

Etiiquette

While it may seem trivial to many, there is little room to dispute that it has become a necessity for every business to create, maintain and grow a presence on social media in the digital era. In no other way are you able to reach and connect with potential clients not just in your local […]

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Federal Tax Update – December 2016

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INDIVIDUALS P.L. 114-292, the Combat-Injured Veterans Tax Fairness Act, extended the statute of limitations on recovery of improper withholding on disability benefits from combat injuries not subject to taxation where the Department of Defense improperly withheld taxes; the statute of limitations on refunds will not expire until one year after affected individuals are provided notice […]

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