Forensic Accounting Vero Beach

  • Do You Know What A CDFA is?

    By Staff Writer on June 9, 2016
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    Divorce is difficult. Even when both parties are in agreement that it is time to part ways, things can get contentious. Each partner wants to be certain they are being treated fairly, and fairness can be relative. That is why it is important to use a CDFA, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.
  • How Can a CDFA Help During a Divorce?

    By Staff Writer on May 25, 2016
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    What does CDFA even mean? The CDFA after Anthony’s name means  Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. At McCain and Samons we help people with business decisions, planning a new business, financial planning and over the past few years we have been taking on the role is Forensic Accountants.
  • Why Hire a CPA ?

    By Staff Writer on May 12, 2016
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    CPA vs Accountant. Both deal with numbers, both can prepare your tax returns, but only the CPA has had the training to advise you in your business and on your personal investments.
  • Taxes Have Been Filed, Now What?

    By Staff Writer on May 5, 2016
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    As CPA’s, Matt and I sometimes wonder if some of our clients forget we exist for the remainder of any given year. We think they would be wise to look their tax returns over, think about what they see, and then call us for an appointment.
  • Charitable Giving

    By Staff Writer on April 20, 2016
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    Charitable contributions are good for your company, and they are good for you.  They also help people who need it. But there are things you need to know before you claim charitable deductions on your tax returns. First, if this is a small, local charity, before you make a donation, ask for the Tax Exemption ID of the Charity you […]
  • Forensic Accounting

    By Staff Writer on April 14, 2016
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    Forensic Accounting “A branch of accounting that uses investigative skills to determine the accuracy of a company’s financial statements in a legal dispute. The word forensic means “suitable for a court of law.” Thus, forensic accountants are used in fraud investigations, breach of contract disputes, and other disagreements that require court action. Forensic accountants are often retained by one or both parties in […]
  • Planning for 2016 Taxes

    By Staff Writer on April 7, 2016
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    Time is pretty near up for this year’s tax returns. We can still help you with your taxes, but it will be most likely we will help you by filing an extension on your 2015 Taxes. But before you have us complete the preparation of your Taxes, there is a great article in Reuters about things you can do to […]
  • Time Limits for Audits

    By Staff Writer on March 15, 2016
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    What is the time limit for being audited by the IRS? Well, that depends. According to Robert W. Wood’s post on Forbes magazine’s site, average is three years, more in certain circumstances, and in others, there simply is no limit!
  • Corporate Tax Returns

    By Staff Writer on March 3, 2016
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    Each week, as I attend my network group meeting, the tradespeople in the group have at least one story amongst all of them about a customer who tried to “do it themselves.”
  • Tax Time and Stress

    By Staff Writer on February 25, 2016
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    This is a stressful time of the year in the CPA/Tax Accountant Business. We meet with some clients whom we haven’t seen in almost a year, and while there are those clients who are always meticulous with their receipts and their records, most are not as well prepared. Business Taxes are one thing, and Personal Taxes are another. In the […]

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