Tax

Making Federal and NC Tax Payments Online

When making tax payments to the IRS or to the NC Department of Revenue (NCDOR), paying online is an available option.  Payments for Tax Due with Returns, for Estimated Taxes and for Extensions can be made using this method. To Make A Federal Tax Payment: Go to the IRS website...

2018 Form 1099 Process and Reporting Requirements

2019 is just around the corner!  Let’s work together to make it a good start as we prepare for the 1099 filing deadline of January 31st. If we are preparing your 1099s, it is extremely important that we receive your information early.  We cannot begin processing your 1099’s until we...

Tax Reform Proposal – Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

On November 2, 2017, the House released a draft of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”.  If passed, this legislation will represent the most substantial tax reform since 1986.  As with most tax reform legislation, the general approach of the bill is broad-based tax rate reduction offset by elimination of...

Important NC Sales Tax Update

A major revision to the North Carolina Sales Tax rules in 2016 created major headaches for many small businesses and consumers.  In August, the NC Legislature passed legislation that is intended to alleviate one aspect of the headache.  No, it is not repeal of the “RMI” provisions (sales tax applicable...

Congress Delivers a Gift to Small Businesses

President Obama and Congress have delivered a gift to small businesses and nonprofit organizations just in time for Christmas . . . although we are still trying to determine exactly what’s inside the box.  On December 13th, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act, which included a provision for...

New Sales Tax Rules

Major changes in North Carolina Sales and Use tax rules become effective March 1, 2016 as the North Carolina sales and use tax begins to apply to certain repair services and service contracts.  The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) has been busy during February issuing Directives and Notices to...