News Releases | Industry Updates
This week the IRS issued the final regulations on the deductibility of charitable contributions which generate state and local tax credits.
The IRS reminded taxpayers who pay estimated taxes that Monday, June 17, is the deadline for the second estimated tax payment for 2019.
The Doty Group, P.S. is pleased to announce that its Marketing Manager, Sarah Gray, is a recipient of the South Sound Business Magazine 40 Under 40 award.
Wolters Kluwer takes a look at tax considerations for new college graduates.
The IRS has issued a draft version of the 2020 Form W-4 that will make accurate withholding easier for employees starting next year.
On May 14th, Doty Valuation Analyst Nic Townsend-Falck presented at a lunch and learn for members of the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber.
TurboTax tricked active military members into paying for tax-filing services that should have been free to them, according to lawsuit
Here are some IRS Tax Tips for homeowners to consider when considering selling a home.
Learn about the newest addition to the Doty team - Karen!
The Doty Group was voted Best of the South Sound Medium Business for 2019!
QuickBooks has recently announced the ability for small businesses to get paid the next day from ACH payments easily and affordably, ensuring small businesses can improve cash flow no matter the payment they accept.
For organizations that are quickly-growing, consistently introducing new products or services, and entering or navigating the world of e-commerce, up-to-date compliance software is a must-have when it comes to minimizing the risk of severe and expensive mistakes.
The IRS has issued guidance providing additional details about investment in qualified opportunity zones.
Don’t file and forget your tax return - use it to develop a financial plan! Find out more about the AICPA’s free webcast happening April 25th.
The IRS has released a Fact Sheet outlining the components and related details of the section 199A deduction, also known as the qualified business income deduction. Many individuals, including owners of businesses operated through sole proprietorships, partnerships, S-corps, trusts and setates may be eligible for this deduction.
Tax-related identity theft occurs when a thief uses someone’s stolen Social Security number to file a tax return and claim a fraudulent refund. The victim may be unaware that this has happened until they e-file their return.
Thanks to these recent substantial contributions by State Farm and other organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, MultiCare Health Systems, and the Clay Art Center, Arivva has gained momentum in its efforts to bring hope and opportunity to young adults in Parkland.
April 15, 2019, is the deadline to file your annual Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR).
Experts provide tips on paying down debt, saving for retirement and staying current on car payments.
In Revenue Ruling 2019-11, the IRS provided four examples illustrating how the long-standing tax benefit rule interacts with the new SALT limit to determine the portion of any state or local tax refund that must be included on the taxpayer’s federal income tax return.