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New Client Cash Voucher

Alron Enterprises, Inc. is offering a Cash Voucher worth $125.00 to any new client on their first appointment at our office. Print and bring this voucher with you to redeem it for your personal or business tax consultation, or for any other service offered by Alron Enterprises, Inc. and its subsidiary corporations.   Please contact…
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Why Does My Corporation Need a Corporate Book?

Cross your T’s and Dot your I’s If you are a business owner, you have to keep an eye on many aspects of the company. Making sure you remain profitable with a good debt to asset ratio is your number one priority and allows you to continue the venture and pay your loyal employees. However,…
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Stocks, Bonds and Taxes, Oh My!

Stocking Up & Bonding out For those looking to start passively growing their income, bonds and stocks are the first things that come to mind. It can be confusing for those unfamiliar with these financial vehicles. Stocks are essentially shares in the ownership of a company. A company goes from private to public with an…
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Corporate Tax Deadline – Sep. 15th, 2020

The corporate tax deadline is fast approaching. Earlier this year, the IRS gave an extension for corporations to file their taxes. The extension applied to both 1120-S corporate and 1065 Partnerships. The new final due date for these filings is September 15, 2020. There are no more extensions coming, and so the time to act…
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Do you need an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)?

I want to pay my taxes Millions of people now inhabit the United States. They come from varied and diverse backgrounds, and many people living here have been born in other countries and come here for a better life. We need to put politics aside and consider the real circumstances people find themselves in throughout…
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Do’s and Don’ts for Taxpayers Who Receive a Letter or Notice from the IRS

What should you do if you receive a letter or notice from the IRS? Don’t ignore it. Most IRS letters and notices are about federal tax returns or tax accounts. Each notice deals with a specific issue and must be address. Don’t panic. The IRS and its authorized private collection agencies do send letter by…
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How to Switch Payroll Providers

Your guide on how to switch payroll providers. Paying the Piper As a business owner, making payroll is one of your most essential duties. A well-compensated employee who is paid on time is your greatest asset. Payroll is an exact science. Knowing all of the employees on your books, the hours they have worked, and…
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Can I reduce my employees wages and salaries due to economic slump?

Market Instability The U.S. economy has seen its fair share of ups and downs. Any economy rarely remains stable for long. Due to this natural rhythm in the market, economists tend to have a more wide vision of its successes and failures over time. Our economy is the strongest in the world and has experienced…
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The Basics of Bookkeeping with an Eye on 2020

Some Things Change It sure has been a whirlwind few years and the changes seem to be coming faster and faster. It is important to gear up for the upcoming fiscal year starting on October 1st. We will take a look at some important habits to have with our bookkeeping and note any upcoming IRS…
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Special Tax Filing and Payment Relief

Help for the 2020 Tax Filing Season  The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service are providing special tax filing and payment relief to individuals and businesses in response to the COVID–19 Outbreak. The filing deadline for tax returns has been extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020. The IRS urges taxpayers who are…
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