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Rehmann announced today that Douglas Barber, CFP®, CLU®, LUTCF was promoted to principal in the firm’s Jackson, Mich. office. Barber is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner and financial advisor for Rehmann Financial. He serves clients in the Jackson and Ann Arbor areas...

Rehmann announced today that Debra Kiteley, CPA was promoted to principal in the firm’s Cheboygan, MI office. Kiteley focuses on assisting clients with income tax planning and tax compliance for high net worth individuals, S-corporations, investment, real estate and operating partnerships. Kiteley has extensive experience serving families in the areas of individual income tax, trust, estate, gift, charitable planning and IRS audits. She also has experience serving privately held business entities in the areas of business income tax planning including restructurings, reorganizations and IRS audits...

Rehmann announced today that Brint Mitchell, CPA was promoted to principal in the firm’s Toledo, OH office. Mitchell provides a wide variety of consulting and tax compliance for closely held businesses and individuals. Mitchell began his public accounting career in 1999 and joined Rehmann in 2013 in conjunction with its business combination with Spilman, Hills & Heidebrink, Ltd. His experience includes serving clients in a variety of industries including manufacturing, distribution, construction and trucking companies...

Rehmann announced the promotion of Kelli Fowler to senior level accounting specialist III and Carla Gubernick to the role of senior marketing coordinator in its Stuart, FL office. Fowler began her public accounting career in 2014, joining Rehmann in 2015 in connection with the firm’s business combination with Roegiers, Goldin, Chappel, Nall & Associates. Prior to public accounting, she worked in banking and was controller for a local business bank in Stuart, FL. Gubernick joined Rehmann in January 2017 in an administrative role...

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated the income tax withholding tables for 2018 to reflect changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The new tables reflect the increased standard deduction, the repeal of personal exemptions and adjusted tax rates included in the 2017 tax law.One of the goals of the new tables is to produce an accurate amount of tax withholding for people with simpler tax situations, helping them avoid over- and under-withholding of tax as much as possible.Individual taxpayers aren't required to make any changes to their Form W-4 right now...

Rehmann, one of the nation’s leading financial services firms, is building on a decade of growth in the Florida market with the opening of a new office in Naples, as well as combining with Bonita Springs-based Wiebel, Hennells and Carufe, PLLC and Naples, Fla.-based Jana Knudson of Lutz & Knudson, PA. on January 1. The combinations bring together three dynamic companies in the financial services industry, leveraging the proven strengths of each...

Rehmann announced today that it has entered a business combination with Lansing-based Godfrey Wise Berg, CPAs & Advisors, LLC. This combination provides access to a broader network, resources and operational expertise for one of the nation’s top accounting firms. Godfrey Wise Berg has supported Lansing clients since 2005, and offers an array of services, including tax and consulting. That portfolio is set to grow notably with Rehmann’s own accounting and specialty services added to the mix, as well as its wealth management and corporate investigation offerings...

In an Advanced Release Document (IR-2017-210) the IRS has advised tax professionals and taxpayers that prepaid 2018 state and local real property taxes may be tax deductible under certain circumstances. Generally, a taxpayer becomes liable for state or local property taxes when the tax is assessed by the local tax assessor. The assessment date is determined by state and local law. Therefore, whether a taxpayer could deduct prepaid state or local real property taxes in 2017 depends on whether the taxes were assessed before 2018...

President Trump has signed the Tax Cuts and Job Act into law on Friday, December 22, 2017. The bill is the most significant overhaul of America's tax system in decades and is a legislative victory for Congressional Republicans. He also signed a spending bill that keeps the government open until January 19, 2018.  The House and Senate voted and approved the bill earlier this week which reduces the corporate tax rate to 21 percent, the lowest rate since 1939 and cuts the tax rates for most American families...

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Congress approves GOP tax plan

The House and Senate have voted and approved The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and President Trump is expected to sign it into law when it reaches the White House. Congressional Republicans are celebrating their most significant legislative victory as the $1.5 trillion tax bill will have broad effects on the economy and taxpayers.It is uncertain whether President Trump will sign the bill into law in 2017 or 2018 due to the PAYGO provisions...

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