TYS LLP is very happy to announce the hiring of Jordan Arnold as our new staff accountant. Jordan interned with us and we were duly impressed with his eagerness to do and learn. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and a master’s in accounting from the College at Brockport. We are happy to have him.
Tax Day? What are you talking about? Tax season is not for a while yet. That may be true, but it comes quickly. The Tax Season will be here before you know it! Why not start getting ready now? 2019 could be the year you are totally prepared. In order to help you get there, TYS LLP has laid out … Read More
Like many industries, food industry folks can benefit from some simple yet effective strategies that stress organization and efficiency. And while they may seem tedious or pesky, they can make your business more profitable and less stressful in the long term. Some of these tips are “one and done!” Others require more time and attention, but they are all incredibly helpful in making sure you’re on top of the financial part of your business.
the tax year is more complicated than it used to be. If you were surprised to find you owed taxes this year, or received a lower-than-expected refund due to the new tax laws, you’ll want to read this. The Internal Revenue Service is changing how you adjust your paycheck withholdings, and it’s more complicated than it used to be. In … Read More
No one thinks writing a check to the IRS is fun. If you have been following the news lately, you have probably heard about people who have already filed their tax returns and got a big surprise – a smaller refund, no refund or ended up owing the IRS. No one thinks writing a check to the IRS is a … Read More
QBI Deduction explained The 21st century has seen a great many changes on how we work, live and play. We pretty much have abandoned the idea of working at one company for our whole careers. In fact of the freelancer or a sole proprietor part of the economy has blossomed. The Brookings Institute calls this trend the “Gig” economy and … Read More
The partners at TYS LLP are proud to announce that Melissa Wallace has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. Melissa has been with TYS for more than 8 years and a CPA for more than 20 years. Before coming to TYS, Melissa had her own firm and has deep operational expertise that she has employed at TYS throughout her tenure. … Read More
IRS Shut Down: How Worried Should You Be? What does the government partial shutdown mean regarding your tax return? Well, the IRS issued a new contingency plan to deal with the shutdown, but that hasn’t really helped tax professionals and lawmakers relax. There are gaps in the 132-page plan, but this is what we know: Returns will be accepted. Refunds … Read More
Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) that was passed in late 2017, has benefited businesses both big and small. For the business who can take advantage of the Qualified Business Income or (QBI) deduction for pass through entities it can be a real boon. The new tax code sounds like an awesome opportunity, if you can take advantage of it. … Read More
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into effect in 2017, one of the least talked about changes is the repeal of the Affordable Care Act’s penalty by zeroing out fines. The individual shared responsibility provision also known as the “individual mandate” is the penalty that goes to people who do not have health insurance. The penalties didn’t … Read More
Choose an accountant that understands your business What to look for when choosing an accountant When you are running a small business, cash flow, paperwork, taxes and government regulations are always on a small business owner’s mind. After all, what’s more important than managing your company’s financial affairs? Learning good small business accounting practices is a must. But, the time … Read More
Doris Rankins joins the TYS LLP Team TYS LLP announces the hiring of Doris Rankins, CPA as Tax Manager in their Fairport, NY office. Doris has 20 years of public accounting experience, including 3 years as tax principal for a Top 25 regional firm. Her wide ranging experience includes taxation of various entity types with a specialization in closely-held businesses. … Read More
Small construction companies or sub-contractors in the construction services industry have many financial challenges to consider when running their day to day operations. Key to ensuring prosperity, success and stability in the industry is preparation and sound management. The best way to simplify management and assure accuracy and accountability is to hire an experienced accounting services firm or CPA. The … Read More
The foundation for building a profitable construction business may begin with purchasing quality equipment and tools and hiring experienced people to handle the business, but most owners know that whatever segment of the construction business you are in, it is vital to know how to navigate the fundamentals of good accounting practices, state and local compliance, taxes, reporting and much … Read More