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The Focus - Our Tax Newsletter

Our Focus newsletter provides monthly tax trends and topics written by our professionals. 

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 06/25/2020

Beyond the Numbers: Kristin DeWald

Kristin DeWald joined Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC in 2019. As a as a Custom Accounting Solutions (CAS) Manager, Kristin provides outsourced accounting support to a variety of business clients.

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 05/28/2020

Depressed Market Values and Low Interest Rates Present Estate and Gift Tax Planning Opportunities

No one would argue that this time of crisis and uncertainty has led to a roller coaster of legislation.  Shifts in the stock market have caused major portfolio decline and interest rates are at a low point.  Low asset values and low…

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 05/28/2020

Introducing Custom Accounting Solutions: Outsourced Accounting Customized to Meet Your Business Needs

Do you enjoy accounting or is accounting a distraction from running your business? If you’re finding it to be more of a distraction, Dermody Burke & Brown can help. We are proud to announce our new Custom Accounting Solutions (CAS)…

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 03/26/2020

Focus on Now and Moving Forward

March 26, 2020 - The Focus newsletter is dedicated to bringing you the latest updates and information.  The articles written in this edition are carefully crafted to help you and your business navigate through these uncharted waters.

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 02/26/2020

Beyond the Numbers: John Howard, CPA

John joined the firm as a Principal after Barone, Howard & Co., a full-service accounting, tax and consulting firm based in New Hartford and Rome, merged with Dermody, Burke & Brown.

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 02/26/2020

Employer Costs for Employee Parking – Are They Deductible?

Many companies provide parking for their employees. While it is easy to assume that the expenses related to parking would be a typical operating expense that could be deducted for tax purposes, this is not always the case.

The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 02/26/2020

NYS SHIELD Act: Are you Prepared? (Video)

Not many companies are aware of the repercussions of the recently adopted cyber security guidelines relevant to all employers in New York State.  On July 26, 2019 governor Cuomo signed the "Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security…

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 01/29/2020

10 Notable 'Disaster Act' Tax Extenders

As the 2020 tax season begins, many of us have wondered whether or not our typical deductions/credits have truly expired or if Congress will pass legislation allowing us to continue to use these benefits. Fortunately, for a number of us,…

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 01/28/2020

Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, better known as the SECURE Act, was signed into law on December 20, 2019.  The SECURE Act contains many changes to a variety of retirement topics and many of these changes go…

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The Focus - Our Tax E-Newsletter | 01/28/2020

Beyond the Numbers: John Barone, CPA

John joined the firm as a Principal in November 2019 after Barone, Howard & Co., a full-service accounting, tax and consulting firm based in New Hartford and Rome, merged with Dermody, Burke & Brown. He served as Managing Partner…

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