Important COVID-19 Tax & Economic Stimulus Update

Important COVID-19 Tax & Economic Stimulus Update

In the midst of a pandemic, we know that taxes are likely the last thing you want to think about. But in unprecedented and somewhat frightening times like these, tax legislation is one of the most frequently used tools for economic stimulus. So let us extend some...
Top 7 Tax-Saving Strategies to Consider This Tax Season

Top 7 Tax-Saving Strategies to Consider This Tax Season

Think it’s too late to lower your taxes? Think again! Here are 7 tax tips to help you lower your taxes, save money when preparing your tax return, and avoid tax penalties.  1. Contribute to your retirement accounts. If you haven’t already done so for 2019, make sure...
Are you focused on top-line growth?

Are you focused on top-line growth?

Often times, new entrepreneurs will focus on trying to drive profit and profit margins very early on. Does that sound like you?  The bottom line is certainly important. But it might be time to refocus your priorities. Top-line, bottom-line. They’re terms that are...
6 Tax Saving Strategies for Small Businesses

6 Tax Saving Strategies for Small Businesses

Running your own small business is hard enough. We’ve written down some of our best tax-saving strategies so you can get the best for your business when tax season comes around.    Start saving for your retirement. We get it: being an entrepreneur is a huge...
New Partner Introduction

New Partner Introduction

Culpepper CPA is thrilled to announce some changes around the office. At the beginning of this year, Leigh Anne Joseph and Michael Thomas were promoted to Partners at the firm.  They are two individuals who have demonstrated excellence, both in skill and in their care...
Year-in-Review with the Culpepper Team

Year-in-Review with the Culpepper Team

This holiday season, I wanted to take time to sit down with my staff, review the year, and dream together for the upcoming year. Here’s what they had to say:  1. How have you grown this year and what have you learned?  “Ha, what haven’t I learned?! I changed...
Tips for Dealing With the IRS When You Have Tax Problems

Tips for Dealing With the IRS When You Have Tax Problems

“You know what I want to do today? Call up the IRS,” said no one, ever.  I know, I know. Dealing with the IRS is never fun. It’s even less fun when you have tax problems at hand.  These issues could stem from a simple mistake on your part or on theirs. Maybe you’ve...
I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost (Asset)

I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost (Asset)

Spooky season is in full swing. You’ve laid out your pumpkins, spread your spider webs, and boogeyman-proofed your house from goblins, ghouls, and that annoying kid next door, Randy.  But there’s one thing you may have forgotten to take a closer look at: Ghost…...
7 Ways Payroll Outsourcing Helps Small Business Owners

7 Ways Payroll Outsourcing Helps Small Business Owners

All too often, small business owners invest hours of their time just to keep up with payroll. Sound familiar? How much time do you spend managing timesheets and cross-referencing federal and state regulations to ensure you’re reporting your taxes properly? Odds are,...

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