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Congratulations to Rehmann Principal Larry Slutsky, who has been named as a Five Star Certified Public Accountant by research firm Five Star Professional. Slutsky was chosen based on an objective selection process which evaluated him against 10 stringent criteria. The Five Star program is the largest and most widely published financial services award program in North America, covering more than 40 major markets. Larry has worked in public accounting since 1968 with experience in tax, assurance and healthcare consulting...

Tuesday, 04 February 2014

Rehmann in the News - February 2014

The New York Times, January 21, 2014Ann Carrns of The New York Times quotes Bill Kowalski, principal and director of operations for Rehmann Corporate Investigative Services, in an article providing guidance and considerations to take into account after a data breach in light of the recent events at Target."I recommend checking your bank account online weekly at a minimum and preferably daily," Kowalski says. "Many people are online regularly to check email or social media sites, so it doesn't take much more time." Click here for the full article...

Bill Kowalksi joined Murray Feldman to talk about identity theft at tax time. Kowalski discussed ways to protect your personal information including filing for taxes early and protecting your Social Security Number. Click below to view the full video...

The IRS will begin accepting and processing individual income tax returns at the end of January. We are currently preparing the 1040 packets and related information. Clients can expect to receive their packages by January 24, 2014. We look forward to working with you on your 2013 tax returns and another successful filing season...

Rehmann Principal Michael Kridel, CPA/CFF/CITP, CFC has been named one of the Top CPAs and Financial Support Professionals in South Florida. "The South Florida Legal Guide" named Kridel to its list in recognition of his history providing litigation services and support to legal professionals in the South Florida area. "I'm incredibly humbled," Kridel said of the honor. "I consider myself very fortunate to work with such great people in the South Florida legal community...

Wednesday, 08 January 2014

Rehmann in the News - January 2014

WEWS-TV, December 20, 2013Joe Heider, principal at Rehmann, appears on Cleveland's local ABC news channel to discuss the recent Target data breach. Heider offers financial strategies for accounts that may have been compromised. "To the best of our knowledge, it's the biggest breach of financial security ever to this many Americans. People should not be complacent now that this is a few days old...

Thursday, 02 January 2014

Rehmann’s Dave Page Named Principal

Rehmann is pleased to announce the promotion of Dave Page to Principal. In his new position, he will oversee the completion of compilations, reviews and audits for employee benefit plans, manufacturing and other commercial engagements. Page is most looking forward to providing exemplary service to clients and continuing to develop staff, putting them in the best positions to succeed. Page is a graduate of Spring Arbor University, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Accounting and Business Administration...

The IRS will begin accepting 2013 business tax returns on Monday, January 13, 2014. Business returns include any return that posts on the IRS Business Master File (BMF), including Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return, Form 1120S, U...

Thursday, 19 December 2013

2014 Tax Season to Open Jan. 31

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today announced plans to open the 2014 filing season on Jan. 31 and encouraged taxpayers to use e-file or Free File as the fastest way to receive refunds. The new opening date for individuals to file their 2013 tax returns will allow the IRS adequate time to program and test its tax processing systems. The annual process for updating IRS systems saw significant delays in October following the 16-day federal government closure...

New Michigan guidelines simplify the process of transferring residential property, including recreational property, from parents to children without "uncapping" the property value. Real property held for a long period of time may have a tax value that is substantially less than the actual value of the property. When property is transferred, and unless an exception is available, the "cap" is lifted and the taxes are increased based upon the current value of the property. This tax increase has historically resulted in a hardship for owners of substantially appreciated property, such as family cottages, desiring to pass the property to their children...

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