Taking credits can raise flags with the IRS–and audits can be time-consuming and costly. Here’s what to consider before opting to save a little extra at tax time. Should you take a tax credit if it means your cannabis business will have a greater chance of being audited? “It depends,” says CJBS Partner Ryan Guedel, […]
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Dear Clients & Friends, As the extended tax season comes to an end, we appreciate you trusting us to provide the best possible service to meet your financial planning and accounting needs. If for some reason you missed a recent deadline, please call us immediately. With the busy holiday season just around the corner, now […]
As the holiday season is approaching, we wanted to share a NEW Info-Series with you highlighting some of the scams and frauds that are running rampant in today’s day and age. We hope this series, written by Larry G. Goldsmith, will help raise your awareness to these scammers’ newest tactics and provide you with tips […]
We are thrilled to honor Mary Fredericks’ 25th anniversary with CJBS. Mary joined the team in 1998 and serves as the Office Administrator wearing many hats, including managing the firm’s administrative team and Human Resource (HR) Department. As an integral part of the team, Mary has devoted herself to the support of our clients and […]
As we come to the end of a challenging year, many people are turning their thoughts to their long-term financial security, looking for ways to make the most of their savings, especially when considering retirement.
There are several benefits to having a Health Savings Account (HSA) and with the rising cost of healthcare, it might be a good time to think about starting one, if you haven’t already. What is a health savings account and who is eligible? In brief, an HSA is a medical savings account to which you […]