Palomar Tax & Business Management
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Carlsbad, CA 92008
In this new video from EisnerAmper, one of the nation's leading providers of employee benefit plan audits, Denise Finney provides easy to implement tips on how the plan administrator, the plan auditor and the third party administrator (the "Employee Benefit Plan Team") can work together to obtain plan audit information it needs to remain on schedule to issue plan financial statements and meet the Form 5500 filing deadline.
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In this new video from EisnerAmper, one of the nation’s leading providers of employee retirement plan audits, partner Kriste DeAngelo presents a basic outline for how Benefit Plan Administrators should take extra care to avoid late filing of Employee Retirement Plan contributions, or remittances. View EisnerAmper’s newest video at http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7461932-eisneramperemployee-benefits/ DeAngelo, who is the lead engagement partner for over 50 retirement plan clients, says there are three steps all plan professionals should take at the outset
Determine the earliest date that your company can reasonably segregate participant deferrals from the general assets of the company and remit into the Plan, and document the company’s remittance process. 2. Follow what has been documented. 3. Check the remittance data throughout the year – this is crucial. According to DeAngelo, “Anything outside of the expected time frame could be considered a late remittance by the DOL and should be voluntarily corrected.” DeAngelo goes on to say that many benefit managers stumble on the perception that, according to the DOL, retirement plan remittances must be made “no later than the 15th business day of the following month.”
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Last-minute tax filers often fall victim to common tax errors either by overpaying a preparer, missing credits/deductions, or making math errors. With the tax filing deadline less than a week away, one of the best ways for eligible tax filers to save money, maximize their refunds and get their refunds quickly is to file for free with MyFreeTaxes.
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Even with some extra time, the tax deadline is fast approaching. Thanks to a holiday in the District of Columbia, all taxpayers have until April 17 to get Form 1040 into the IRS.
For people who find taxes a little too taxing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a program that can help. It’s called Free File. You can use free software to do your taxes and e-file for free. Get started at IRS.gov/freefile.
Free File is a partnership between the IRS and leading tax software providers who make their brand-name products available for free. The software does the hard work − doing the math and helping you find the tax breaks you’re due.
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It’s that time of year again… tax season! For many Americans, tax time is something we dread, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. Financial expert Vera Gibbons has the latest information for tax payers, including filing tips and helpful tools available to take the stress out of tax preparation.
BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE: BLK) today announced that its iShares® Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) business, the world’s largest manager of ETFs, has published a fact sheet on tax efficiency and created a video to drive awareness among U.S. investors about ETFs’ tax efficiency as the U.S. tax filing deadline approaches. Today, there are over 1,000 different ETFs available and iShares is emphasizing tax efficiency during the current tax season to foster understanding and to encourage investors to take a careful examination of products with tax consequences in mind.
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The American Civil Liberties Union today released a new video condemning the U.S. government practice of issuing death sentences without due process as part of its targeted killing policy. “Targeted Killing” is being released to coincide with the filing today of an unprecedented lawsuit by the ACLU and the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) challenging the government's asserted authority to use lethal force against U.S. citizens located far from any battlefield without judicial process, and without disclosing the standards it uses to target individuals for death.
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Carrie teaches Bill how he can help save the environment and file efficiently by making Eco-Friendly choices at the office with Earthwise File folders. They help preserve natural resources because they are made from 100% recycled fibers with a minimum of 50% post consumer material.
Carrie tells Bill how Binder Label Clips let you pile documents on your desk and find them again at a glance. The clips are designed to clip your documents together and provide a quick and easy way to label them.