Located at:

38 Fraley Street

Kane, PA 16735

 --------------------------------------------------

Fax (814) 837-2267

Phone( (814) 837-9150

  Most people work in their business!   The solution is to work on your business!  

  Home | Clients' Sites | Manufacturers | Law Firms | Business Scorecard  |  Ratio Analysis  |  Controllership  |  Payroll Services  |  New Business Kit  |  Tax Business Alert

 
     

 Secure File
Transfer

 

 


Clients' Site
 

CPA SECURE
Click Here for
Secure File
 Transfer

2011/12 Tax Guide
Deductions and
 Rates


 

 

 

 We are pleased to welcome you to our Clients' website.

 Joe Paterno,football coach
"The Will To Win
is important,
but the will to
prepare is vital."
 

 
 

Consent Disclosure Form

  Federal law requires this consent form be provided to you. Unless authorized by law, I cannot disclose, without your consent, your tax return information to third parties.
 

 Click here for Consent Disclosure Form

 
 
 

Question

 
        Is there a penalty if a company does not issue its 1099s by the January deadline?  

Answer

 
       The question opens a can of worms. Forms 1099-B, 1099-S and certain 1099-MISC arenít required to be provided until February 15 .. but

     There are two dates that apply for annual information returns--each with its own penalty. Those are the dates the forms should be provided to recipients
and the dates the forms should be submitted to the IRS.

     The penalty for failure to furnish and failure to file are each $50 (potential total of $100) to a maximum of $100,000 (potential total of $200,000). Since the information provider is giving helpful information for tax compliance, the IRS is fairly relaxed in imposing these penalties. The IRS routinely asks for the information returns in an audit of business taxable income, and will routinely propose to disallow deductions when a required information return hasnít been issued.

 The IRS loves information returns as a way of identifying unreported income.

     Congress recently enacted legislation extending information reporting to payments for all goods and services by businesses, including payments to corporations, effective starting in 2012. These rules threaten to eradicate the forests of the Earth. We should all ask our representatives in Congress to support repealing the new requirements before they become effective.
 
       
 

  Select
Links
on
Right
to
View

 

The following links may be of interest to you!
4
Yearly Physical Inventory
4Updated for 2010 Year End Business Letter
42010 Individual Year End 1040 Letter
4Missing or Unclaimed Money-Search States
4Official Site to Roth IRA Home Page

 

 

       
 

 

 
     

 

 
    If you were sent an email follow the link contained therein for information pertaining to your particular situation.