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Grossman St. Amour CPAs team members address relevant subject matters in the world of accounting, taxation, business valuation and financial planning.  We invite you to review the various industry articles below.   Should you have a question about or interest in a particular subject matter, please contact us.

Download Our Free 2020-2021 Tax Planning Guide

Although you can’t avoid taxes, you can take steps to minimize them.  This requires proactive tax planning. Download our complementary guide here and Contact us to learn how we can help you optimize your financial opportunities.  

December 22nd, 2020|

IRS Publishes New Business Travel Per Diem Rates for 2021

Kathleen Kaminski, CPA is a Senior Tax Manager.   She practices in the areas of individual, partnership, corporation, fiduciary and not-for-profit tax return preparation.  She also engages in tax planning for individuals and businesses and represents clients with federal and state [...]

December 16th, 2020|

7 Expiring Tax Breaks for Individuals

Will these seven tax breaks survive past midnight on December 31? It remains to be seen. Contact Adam E. Panek, CPA, Partner with any questions about your situation at 315.701.6328 or Several significant federal tax breaks are set to expire [...]

December 16th, 2020|

Be on High Alert for Ransomware Attacks

The FBI has warned of a staggering increase in ransomware attacks against businesses since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what business owners and managers should know about these attacks to help prevent them — and manage an attack if [...]

November 5th, 2020|

Year-End Moves for Charitable Donations

For guidance on developing a year-end plan that suits your philanthropic and tax-planning goals, contact our tax professionals at 315.424.1120 or Adam E. Panek, CPA, Tax Partner Phone 315.701.6328 'Tis almost the season for charitable giving.   Besides helping a [...]

October 22nd, 2020|

7 Expiring Tax Breaks for Individuals

Several significant federal tax breaks are set to expire at the end of 2020, unless Congress renews them. Lawmakers customarily extend these so-called "extender" provisions for another year or two, sometimes retroactively. However, in this tumultuous time, nothing is certain. In [...]

October 19th, 2020|
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