Fricke & Associates Atlanta Tax & Accounting Blog


February 22, 2019

Extensions for Tax Filing: What Are They and When Do You Apply?

An extension to file a tax return allows an individual or business extra time to file their tax forms and paperwork. This request grants an extension of up to six months and is due before the common tax due date of April 15th for individuals and March 15th for businesses. […]
February 14, 2019

How Will the 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affect Tax Returns?

If there’s one thing that you should know about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), it’s that it will affect all taxpayers. The wide-ranging modifications are specific to income and types of deductions, and the details are best handled by a qualified CPA. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t […]
January 30, 2019

Why Your Georgia-Based Film Production Company Needs A CPA

From independent projects to blockbuster movies, the film industry involves some very high-stakes challenges. Because of the many risks and challenges faced in the film industry, every film production company in Georgia, no matter how big or small, needs to employ the services of a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Your […]
January 15, 2019

How A CPA Can Help Your Construction Company Thrive in Atlanta

It’s a great time to be in the construction industry here in Atlanta. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, hiring and investment in the construction sector has been on a hot streak. For more than a year now, metro Atlanta construction firms have been fielding more projects and bringing more talent […]
January 2, 2019

The Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is a massive bill of over 500 pages. Because of the huge number of changes, each taxpayer is affected differently, and each 2018 tax return must be examined separately to determine both the positive and the negative impacts of the bill. Here, we […]
December 14, 2018

What Taxpayers Need to Know About the New 1040 Form

Following the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS and Treasury Department have introduced a new Form 1040. Although the new form is shorter, it’s not necessarily easier to fill out. Here’s what you need to know about the new form that will be replacing the existing Form, Form 1040A […]