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Rise in Check Fraud Prompts Transition to Electronic Payments

Check fraud encompasses all fraudulent schemes involving checks, such as, forgery, theft, counterfeiting, alteration, and more. Checks are susceptible to fraud because of the ease of physical access and alteration. Increasing check fraud is motivating corporate treasurers to transition away from checks and switch to the use of electronic payments. According to a recent article[1] […]
February 11, 2020

Refundable Tax Credit For D.C. Retail Businesses

Businesses in the District of Columbia should not overlook the Small Retailer Property Tax Relief Credit. The term “small retailer” implies a narrow scope of eligible businesses, but the credit applies to more business activities than the program’s name suggests. Plus, the credit is easy to claim and refundable.  For tax years beginning on or […]
February 4, 2020

Survival Tactic #1 Prepare Your Business to Succeed in the New Year

Government contractors are starting to see the effects of the current budget deficit which will require the Federal government to reduce future spending, thereby increasing competition in the Federal marketplace.  Increased price competitiveness has already begun to manifest itself as a result of new entrants to the marketplace and contractors vying for less Federal dollars.  […]
January 3, 2011
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Often Overlooked Tax Break: Unreimbursed Business Expenses

If you are an employee or member of a business partnership with unreimbursed out-of-pocket business expenses, you may be entitled to a tax deduction on your individual tax return (Form 1040). Types of unreimbursed expenses can include overnight travel, transportation that exceeds the daily commuting distance, vehicle expenses, 50% of business meals, and other job-related […]
December 31, 2010
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