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Why You Should Hire An Accountant To Do Your Taxes

August 10, 2018 10:48 AM0 comments
Why You Should Hire An Accountant To Do Your Taxes

Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash If you run your own business or are self-employed, taxation is something you simply cannot afford to overlook and without expert advice, you could end up paying a lot more than you should. It is essential to start how you mean to continue which involves […]

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Tax Evasion Penalties and Other Consequences

February 5, 2018 3:48 PMComments Off on Tax Evasion Penalties and Other Consequences

Disclaimer: The following information only works to provide general guidance and general understanding as to the legal nature of tax evasion and its corresponding penalties. It is not, however, equivalent to specific legal advice regarding the topic. Always speak to a licensed attorney if you seek actual legal information about […]

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Year-end Charitable Giving: Good for your taxes; great for your soul

December 10, 2015 8:25 AMComments Off on Year-end Charitable Giving: Good for your taxes; great for your soul

  While we appreciate tax breaks from charitable giving (click to see the IRS 2015 Six Tips for Year End Gifts to Charity) – most of us really believe that this is the season of giving and are mindful of ways to give through donations and commerce. Here’s why. Whether […]

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How Incorporating Can Save You On Taxes

October 27, 2015 8:20 AMComments Off on How Incorporating Can Save You On Taxes

There are many reasons to incorporate your business or form an LLC. Along with shielding your personal assets, you can also benefit in another big way as a small business owner. You may be missing out on big tax breaks by not incorporating your business. Here are some ways to […]

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A Penny Understood Is a Penny Earned

March 2, 2015 7:12 AMComments Off on A Penny Understood Is a Penny Earned

  The saying goes ‘a penny saved is a penny earned,’ but there’s value in understanding what a penny is, in the first place. It’s a little bit of an abstract thought, but by adjust your perspective on money, and how it works in the modern age, you can approach […]

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How Your Business Can Avoid an IRS Levy

August 26, 2014 12:09 PMComments Off on How Your Business Can Avoid an IRS Levy
How Your Business Can Avoid an IRS Levy

When you are filing your return, you may already have the horrid thought of the IRS. After all, they have a habit of picking up on something that will mean they get in-touch with you. If you are already aware that you owe a tax balance, there are ways you […]

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Brian Bentson – Certified Public Accountant

November 4, 2013 1:08 PMComments Off on Brian Bentson – Certified Public Accountant
Brian Bentson – Certified Public Accountant

Brian Bentson, CPA Business Name: Bentson, Vuona & Westersten, LLP Website URL: http://www.bentsonvuona.com/ Email Address: brian.bentson@bvwcpas.com Year Founded: 1995 Number of Employees: 8 What does your company do?: Traditional CPA firm:  Audits, Reviews and Compilation of financial statements; Corporate, Partnership, Individual, Estate, Trust and Retirement plan tax returns; Consultation on finance and […]

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