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Principal Lenny Levine has been named as the Regional Managing Principal of the Vero Beach and Boca Raton offices. "Our team on the east coast of Florida is tremendously talented and focused on providing exceptional client service. We are focused on working together to provide The Rehmann Experience to continue to meet and exceed each client's unique needs and expectations," says Lenny. "Together, we can continue to focus on building our Rehmann brand and growing our practice...

Rehmann’s Vero Beach office recently was honored at the United Way of Indian River County Community Leaders Breakfast at Oak Harbor Country Club. The office received the Richardson Spirit of Indian River County award for Excellence in Community Contributions recognizing it for its contributions to the community. Principal Ross Cotherman said, “We truly believe in putting people first and we know that our work with United Way directly benefits the community in which our associates live.” Vero Beach associates have continued to support the organization through office fundraisers as well as personal contributions...

The Internal Revenue Service is delaying the start of the 2014 filing season by one to two weeks to allow adequate time to program and test tax processing systems following the 16-day federal government closure. The April 15 tax deadline is set by statute and will remain in place. (Taxpayers can request an automatic six-month extension to file their tax return. The request is easily done with Form 4868, which can be filed electronically or on paper...

Friday, 18 October 2013

Rehmann Named “All Star Firm”

Rehmann has been named a 2013 All-Star Firm, according to INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA), a national publication serving the accounting profession. Rehmann is ranked number one in the IPA 100 Firm Group and is one of seven firms in the Top Fee-Based Financial Services Firm category. All-Star firms, selected on their performance in specific areas, are compared with more than 500 participating firms in the IPA Annual Survey and Analysis of Firms. IPA explored profitability from several perspectives to provide a view of how firms at the top of the profession are performing...

The Senate late on October 16 voted 81 to 18 to approve a measure ending the government shutdown and raising the debt limit, and the House followed suit, passing the bill by a vote of 285 to 144. President Obama said he would sign the bill immediately. Earlier in the day, Senate leaders forged the short-term agreement to fund the government for 90 days, until January 15, 2014, and avert default by raising the debt ceiling until February 7, all without any major concessions to Republicans. House GOP leaders had already decided on October 15 to forego including a two-year delay of the 2...

The 2014 Social Security wage base and other key tax figures will be announced later than usual due to the government shutdown. Many key tax figures are tied to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the 12-month period ending in September. The estimated Social Security wage base for 2014 is $115,500 (an increase of $1,800). According to published reports, Social Security benefits will increase by approximately 1...

Due to the current lapse in appropriations, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) operations are limited. However, the underlying tax law remains in effect and all taxpayers should continue to meet their tax obligations as normal. While the government is closed, people with appointments related to examinations (audits), collection, Appeals or Taxpayer Advocate cases should assume their meetings are cancelled. IRS personnel will reschedule those meetings at a later date...

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that the Oct. 15 deadline remains in effect for people who requested a six-month extension to file their tax return. The current lapse in federal appropriations does not affect the federal tax law, and all taxpayers should continue to meet their tax obligations as normal. Individuals and businesses should keep filing their tax returns and making deposits with the IRS, as required by law...

Rehmann advisors from four of our Michigan offices walked away with big honors at the 2013 Michigan Association of CPAs (MACPA) Awards Dinner Monday night. "It's a real honor to have Rehmann advisors recognized two years in a row by the MACPA," said Rehmann Chairman and CEO Steve Kelly. "We're fortunate to have advisors with such talent and experience serving our clients." In total, Rehmann associates received four awards: Outstanding Task Force Chair Award - Women to Watch – Heidi Bolger Outgoing Political Action Committee Chair – Bob Gigliotti Distinguished Service Award – John Pridnia Outgoing Task Force Chair Award - Financial Institutions – Liz Ziesmer The MACPA has over 17,000 members and is the leading statewide organization dedicated to the CPA profession...

During the government shutdown IRS operations will be limited. However, individuals and businesses should keep filing their tax returns and making deposits with the IRS, as required by law. The IRS will accept and process all tax returns with payments, but will be unable to issue refunds during this time. Taxpayers are urged to file electronically, because most of these returns will be processed automatically...

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