Monthly Archives: October 2010 Offers Chance to WIN Unlimited Tax Consulation to California Horse Related Businesses

Do you own a horse related business in California? If so, you qualify for the chance to win the following “California Equine Business Owner Giveaway” package from Unlimited access to Equine Business CPA, Evelyn Cook from Cook CPA Group … Continue reading

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Gather records for business credits

The small business health care credit reduces your business tax bill by up to 35% of eligible premiums you pay for your employees’ health insurance. The full credit is available when you have ten or fewer workers who earn average … Continue reading

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Take Our Survey!

View Survey Going to the Placer County Equine Business Forum? The response has been amazing and I am excited to meet you in person. We have put together a quick survey (see above link) to help us learn a little … Continue reading

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The greatest animal books – part 1

I’m not sure when I read my first James Herriot book. But I continue to enjoy them now. I find them to be such a change of pace from our hectic modern life.  I grew up wanting to be a … Continue reading

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What to do if you get an IRS or State tax notice

The IRS plans to conduct more “correspondence audits” than it has in the past because the Service is finding that these audits deliver more revenue than office and face-to-face audits. Correspondence exams can be as simple as asking about a … Continue reading

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3 Social Networking Tips for Equine Business Owners

In preparation for the upcoming Placer Equine Business forum, I’d like to share some tips on how equine business owners can get started with and begin using social networking to help connect with others and grow their business. To begin … Continue reading

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How else might you get a tax bite?

The “2001 Tax Act” is set to expire at the end of this year, bringing back pre-2001 tax rates and rules. While the current discussions focus on the income tax rates that will rise if the law is allowed to … Continue reading

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