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August 8, 2019

Spotting the Scam: Part 1

Although tax scams are most frequent around tax season, your personal information and finances must be guarded carefully year-round.  Every year, the IRS releases a list of the most common tax scams of the year to try and help consumers protect themselves.  The team at Fricke & Associates, P.C. wants […]
July 10, 2019

When You Miss April 15th, You Cannot Forget September 15th & October 15th!

If you did not fight through the crowds at the post office back in April, now is the time to prepare for filing your taxes under the extended deadline. The deadline for business owners is September 15th and for individuals is October 15th. Regardless of the reason you applied for […]
June 24, 2019

5 Reasons to Choose an Accountant over Just a Software

Over the years, accounting software, such as QuickBooks and Xero, have greatly advanced to support many company’s financial management. Although software can help manage some aspects of financial management, software cannot replace the experience and expertise of trained CPAs. We do recommend using QuickBooks or Xero for helping to manage […]
June 10, 2019

Tax Season’s Over; Let’s Start on The Right Foot

During tax season, everyone is thinking about their finances. Afterwards, if you received a refund, you are likely trying to figure out how to use it best. In terms of highest percentages, roughly 30% of Americans use their refund to pay off existing debt, 9% utilize the money for a […]
May 16, 2019

5 Signs Your Business Needs to Hire a CPA

With a lot of small businesses, the finances take a back seat. You can be so focused on getting new business and growing your company that sometimes accounting duties can fall through the cracks. You may need to hire a certified public accountant (CPA) for your business. Here are five […]
May 6, 2019

The Uber and AirBNB Economy and Taxes: What You Need to Know

With the increasing popularity of companies like AirBNB, Uber, Zipcar, and Lyft, it’s clear that nothing can stop the growth of the sharing economy. Since AirBNB has launched, it has hosted over 400 million guests, and Uber currently has over 75 million riders. If you make under $600 a year […]