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The Tax Man Runneth

April 16, 2015

 Person Huff CPA GroupMatthew Person, CPADavid Huff, CPA,PFS,MS Todd Wilson, CPA 504-780-8299  The 2016 presidential election is 20 months away. Sadly, for those of us who don’t watch C-SPAN for fun, that basically means it’s right around the corner. (Keep a sharp eye out for negative campaign ads, coming soon to a TV near you!) […]

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The Postman Always Rings Twice

February 19, 2015

 Getting mail from the IRS is rarely something to celebrate. If it’s a bill, consider yourself lucky — at least you can just pay it and be done. If it’s a “CP 2000” notice proposing a change to your taxes, get ready for a ride on the paperwork tilt-a-whirl. If it’s an audit notice, all […]

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What Do You Give the Man Who Has Everything?

November 24, 2014

Matthew Person, CPA David Huff, CPA, PFS, MS Todd Wilson, CPA Person Huff CPA Group 3200 Lake Villa DriveMetairie, LA 70002(504) 780-8299 Fax 1-800-799-1292www.personhuffcpa.com  New York Yankee shortstop and future Hall-of-Famer Derek Jeter has played his last Major League Baseball game. In his last game,he chopped a single to third in the third inning to drive […]

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What Do You Give the Man Who Has Everything?

November 7, 2014

New York Yankee shortstop and future Hall-of-Famer Derek Jeter has played his last Major League Baseball game. In his last game,he chopped a single to third in the third inning to drive in a run, then took himself out for good. That final hit brings his total to 3,465 hits, along with a .310 batting average, […]

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You Just Need A Plan

November 7, 2014

Oops! Politicians in Iowa, like politicians everywhere, want to encourage their local economy to grow. (Happy voters lead directly to reelection, of course.) But back in 2008, construction in Iowa, like construction everywhere, had slowed because of the recession. So the Hawkeye state’s legislators did what they thought was a smart thing. As part of […]

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Six Tax Tips for Newlyweds

November 7, 2014

Wedding season is upon us and after saying “I do” you will have some changes to make. “Financial”  decisions and changes will need to be made in regards to your filing status. Make sure names and social security numbers match your social security administration records.  If you have changed your name, report the change to […]

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Canada’s Lower Corporate Tax Rate Raises More Tax Revenue

September 2, 2014

I know we have all heard the news reports about Burger King moving their headquarters to Canada.  The Tax Foundation, a non-profit, non-partisan research organization, has written an excellent article addressing Canada and their tax rates.  Please click here to read this article.

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Gaming the System?

August 21, 2014

“Gaming the System”? America’s biggest companies fight like tigers for surprisingly tiny advantages. Grabbing as little as a single extra percent of market share can mean millions in new revenue, especially in popular categories like soft drinks or laundry detergent. The same is true when it comes to taxes. A chief financial officer who cuts […]

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Managing Your Charitable Donations

August 2, 2014

Matthew Person, CPA David Huff, CPA, PFS, MS Todd Wilson, CPA Person Huff CPA Group 3200 Lake Villa Drive Metairie, LA 70002 (504) 780-8299 Fax 1-800-799-1292 www.personhuffcpa.com Berkshire Giveaway Someday, the financial wizards who run things on Wall Street will realize there’s “paper to be stacked” opening an Investor Hall of Fame. (Hey, the  Rock and […]

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