CPAs and their firms have daily pressures and hectic schedules, but being responsive is crucial to client satisfaction. Leaders in the profession offer this advice for CPA firms that want to be responsive to clients: Return calls, emails, and texts in a timely manner to establish trust. It’s all too easy to push things off until
The best part about doing cost seg is filling out the Form 3115! Not really. But let’s talk about it anyway. The Form 3115 – Application for Change in Accounting Method is used for many reasons. Remember, for cost seg, much of the form is irrelevant. We help you with it when you run an
Check out this psychology experiment that was designed to measure the cost of your distractions: When you sit at your computer trying to write or work, there is a real danger that you will get interrupted by an email, instant message, text message, or phone call. Even if you do your best to skip past the
Alliteration not intened – just a bonus! Are your clients buying commercial real estate? Pay attention. In July of 2013, the the Eleventh Circuit affirmed the Tax Court’s decision to disallow a taxpayer’s attempt to change purchase price allocations for a cost seg study. The decision further clarified several critical issues you need to be
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Accounting firms looking to grow their practice and offer valuable tax deferral strategies can do so with Titan Echo Cost Segregation Solution. These tax deferral strategies historically have been beyond the reach of the vast majority of taxpayers, but Titan Echo enables CPAs to bring the benefits of cost segregation to all their clients. The
Press Release – Titan Echo Now Makes It Easy to Benefit from the IRS Tangible Property Regulations (TPR)
Titan Echo announced the launch of their new Tangible Property Regulations (TPR) tool, Titan Echo TPR Solution (for UoP and Partial Disposition). Denver, CO, United States – March 5, 2015 Titan Echo has released its new software solution to help CPAs and their clients benefit from the IRS Final Tangible Property Regulations. The IRS has