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Is mechanical harvesting right for you? California farmer CPAs at Cook CPA Group discuss the benefits and disadvantages of mechanical harvesting for agribusiness.
Identify ten reasons why you should use QuickBooks for bookkeeping. Visit our blog at Cook CPA Group for our top 10 reasons as to why you should be using QuickBooks and call our Roseville office for help.
Learn how to set up QuickBooks for your business with Sacramento accounting. Set up Quickbooks for your business with advice from Cook CPA Group based in Sacramento, call any of our California tax accountants for help.
Learn about avoiding an audit: compliance issues for wineries. Do you own a winery business? The Roseville, California accountants at Cook CPA Group break down how you can avoid an audit.
Identify tax breaks for small farms and agribusiness in California. If you own a small farm or agribusiness in California’s Sacramento Valley, you may be eligible for an agricultural property tax exemption.
Don’t miss this tax Break for domestic production with Cook CPA. Are you aware of all the tax deductions available to you? A Roseville business CPA can help your company save money.
Exploring estate tax secrets: the gift tax exclusion. Let’s take a closer look at how taxpayers like you can use the gift tax exclusion to your advantage with the Roseville CPAs.
Spotlight on local businesses: NuYo Frozen Yogurt. Local Roseville business CPAs put a spotlight on a successful local business: NuYo Frozen Yogurt. Learn more about their secrets to success!
Bishop the office curate visits Woofstock 2014: Cook CPA’s office curator, Bishop, recounts his visit to Woofstock 2014, the premier canine festival in Northern California.
Guest curate Breyer visits downtown Roseville Food Truck Mania! Cook CPA’s special guest curator, Breyer, recounts a visit to Food Truck Mania in downtown Roseville. Follow Breyer’s adventure here!
Curate Bishop’s weekend adventures! Cook CPA’s office curator, Bishop, recounts adventures shared with mom over the weekend. Learn more about their trip to Pt. Reyes!
Bishop the Cook CPA Curate’s new blog. Introducing Bishop, the office curator at Cook CPA Group. Learn about this lovable sheltie and the duties Bishop performs around the office.
Got cash? Tips for financing a new business with Cook CPA Group. Most business owners get cash from personal assets & debt. If you’re thinking about starting a business, here’s a shortlist to consider.
Considering selling your home? Qualified tax professionals at Cook CPA Group explain the tax implications of selling your home. Learn more about real estate tax tips here.
Financial Reports (Audits, Reviews, and Compilations): What are They and Which One Does Your Business Need? Pt. 3
Financial reports: Part 3. Which audit does your business need? In the last of our three-part series about financial reports, we will focus on the most basic type of financial overview. Read more from our CA CPAs.
Financial Reports (Audits, Reviews, and Compilations): What are They, and Which One Does Your Business Need? Pt. 2
Financial reports: Part 2 What does your business need? Reviews are one of 3 ways to evaluate your company’s financial position. Learn more today from our Roseville, California CPAs.
Financial Reports (Audits, Reviews, and Compilations): What are They, and Which One Does Your Business Need? Pt. 1
Financial reports: Which one does your business need? Learn more about audits, reviews, and compilations from our top California CPAs in this two-part series. Read more.
Find ideas for helping your child buy a home. Get trustworthy advice for helping your child buy a home with strategies from qualified Roseville area financial specialists.
About your child’s summer job and how it’s taxed in California. Is your teenager taking on a summer job? If so, you both may have questions about taxes. Read our CPA’s answers to common questions from parents & teens.
Questions after you filed your taxes? The Sacramento area tax experts at Cook CPA can answer any lingering questions you may have after sending your return to the IRS.
Considerations after tax season has ended… What happens after your taxes are filed and the season is over? Local tax experts at Cook CPA Group address concerns like audits.
The fiscal cliff looms. Take action now to ensure financial wellbeing. Our Roseville accountants help you to reduce estate taxes, fund retirement, and create a health savings account before the fiscal year’s end.
Disability insurance: When are benefits taxable? Sacramento accountants from Cook CPA Group discuss disability benefits and the tax implications for those who receive them.
Rethink your capital gains strategy for 2012. Roseville financial experts from Cook CPA Group explain considerations for your 2012 capital gains strategy and what you should do to prepare for tax season.
College education or retirement: What to do first? Retirement generally lasts longer and costs more than college. Beware, you could end up with less than you need in your retirement nest egg.
Are college kids and credit cards a bad idea? Roseville financial advisors weigh in on the controversial topic of college students and credit cards. Learn more at Cook CPA Group!
Is your business operating at the breakeven point? Roseville business financial experts explain how to determine the breakeven point for your business and what you can do to reach your goals.
Special report of future tax changes for individuals and capital gains. Learn more about future tax changes that will affect individuals and capital gains in this accounting blog from the Roseville accountants.
Special report of future tax changes for AMT with Roseville financial experts. The Roseville, California accountants at the Cook CPA Group provide information you need on future tax changes and the impact of AMT.
Special report of future tax changes from Cook CPA Group. This accounting blog post from the Roseville accountants at Cook CPA Group sheds light on potential future tax changes by Congress.
Special report of future tax changes for individuals. These future tax changes could affect you and other individuals. Read more from our Roseville accountants at Cook CPA Group on their blog.
Wondering where your IRS refund is? Tax experts in Roseville offer updates on IRS activities that could be causing a delay in your refund. Learn more from Cook CPA Group!
IRS changes to payment arrangements with Cook CPA Group. To help taxpayers out, the IRS has expanded its “Fresh Start” initiative to help struggling taxpayers. Learn more from our Roseville CPAs.
Horse business and hobby loss issues: an overview with Cook CPA Group. Roseville equine CPAs from Cook CPA Group explain concerns for horse business and hobby losses that could affect tax returns.
Tax tips for 2012 from tax specialists near Sacramento. CA CPAs in Roseville explain tax rates and thresholds for 2012 with up-to-date IRS adjustments for inflation and tax law changes.
A dream realized with Roseville certified accountants at Cook CPA Group. A Roseville accountant from Cook CPA Group shares details about the culmination of a lifelong dream of raising shelties.
Summer cleaning with Sacramento certified accountants at Cook CPA Group. Professional accountants from Cook CPA Group discuss the benefits of keeping your workplace tidy to increase productivity.
For the new (hopefully employed) grads: a message from Cook CPA Group. Certified Roseville accountants share tax advice for recent graduates navigating the world of income taxes for the first time.
Employee or independent contractor: Which do you have? Please continue reading if you are wondering if you meet the conditions to have independent contractors from the best California CPAs.
Loaning money to the IRS with Cook CPA Group. Experienced accountants explain how large tax refunds equate to interest-free loans to the IRS and how to minimize your liability year-round.
Form 1099 reporting rules change again with Cook CPA Group. Business accountants in Sacramento County discuss recent changes to 1099 reporting rules that could impact your business.