How Do You Pick An Office Space – Differentiating Class A, B, and C Office Space

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Office buildings are generally classified into one of three categories: Class A, Class B, or Class C. Standards vary by market, and each category is defined in relation to its counterparts. Building classification allows a user to differentiate buildings and rationalize market data — that said, classification is an art, not a science. While a definitive formula for each class …

Payroll Card – No Bank Account Required

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Do you have employees (contractors) that don’t have a bank account but would love direct deposits? If so, we have connected with EP Financials. They can issue debit cards AT NO COST TO YOU!! Call us 980.202.7283 to provide you the information! HOW IT WORKS: 1. Employees enroll upon successful ID veri cation^ for the E1 Visa Payroll Card account …

Important Information Regarding IP Pins

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Important Information Regarding IP Pins We have been notified by the IRS that due to an error, taxpayers are receiving Identity Protection PIN letters with an incorrect year listed. Taxpayers and tax professionals should be advised the IP PIN listed on the CP 01A Notice dated January 4, 2016 is valid for use on all 2015 individual tax returns. The …

Income Tax – Protection Plus

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Many clients have incurred some Income Tax issue(s) that they need assistance with. “I am excited to be offering Protection Plus to you this tax season. Protection Plus is the leading provider of audit assistance and identity theft restoration services in the tax industry. For a onetime fee of $98.95 at the time of tax preparation, their experienced professionals will …

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 H.R. 2029

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The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act (The Act) of 2015, signed by the President, contains numerous extensions. The length of the extensions varies, as some tax provisions were extended through 2016, some through 2019 and some permanently. Following are the most notable extensions. Individuals Permanent  The $250 deduction for educator expenses.  o The amount now adjusts for inflation.  …

IRS Interest Rates for 2015 Underpayments

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The IRS announced that interest rates will remain the same for the calendar quarter beginning January 1, 2016, as they were in the previous quarter. The rates will be: 3% for over payments (2% percent in the case of a corporation). 3% percent for underpayments. 5% percent for large corporate underpayments. 0.5% percent for the portion of a corporate over …