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Accounting
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Good news for tax filers: Rhode Island is the 11th best state for tax help, according to the latest survey by personal finance website WalletHub. more
Employee bonus plans can be tricky. Unless all the i's are dotted and t's crossed, the Internal Revenue Service can impose penalties, some quite substantial. While the IRS has issued several rulings that may cast doubt upon the … more
February break is over, a new year at work is in full swing, and it seems as though we haven't stopped shoveling the snow off our driveways in months! The busy season is here; let the juggling act begin! Finding the right balance between … more
Ann Marie Fillion always had an affinity for both numbers and people — those two attributes have translated into a career that transcends the typical accountant's role in business. Born in … more
A Rhode Island Society of CPAs task force last week announced a new accounting model it says “re-conceptualizes traditional financial statements.” more
Keith D. Huntoon has been promoted to senior staff accountant at Charland, Marciano & Co. CPAs LLP. Huntoon has been with the firm since 2011 and he holds a B.S. in accounting and a master's degree … more
Meyer H. Levy has been promoted to shareholder of Kahn, Litwin & Renza Co. Ltd. He has more than 25 years of public accounting experience and he holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the … more
A Massachusetts accounting agency last month opened a new office in Newport to be closer to Rhode Island clients, the company said. more
The city of Fall River had the highest jobless rate in December of the four cities in the metro area at 9.3 percent, even though it declined 3.4 percentage points from a year ago, according to information released Thursday for the Providence-Fall River-Warwick metropolitan area by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. more
Like most businesspeople, you make a sincere attempt to pay your taxes accurately. However, sometimes your best efforts are not enough, especially with state and local taxes. Although it may be an innocent mistake, filing noncompliance can be very costly if it is first discovered by the state or local taxing jurisdiction. The taxpayer will not only be subject to tax and interest but also harsh penalties. more
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