• Vero Beach is the Place to Vacation

    By Staff Writer on June 30, 2016
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    Beautiful beaches, always some event going on, no high rises, reasonable traffic and friendly people. I am describing Vero Beach, my town. It is pretty special that I get to live somewhere that other people come to for vacation.  This week a friend sent me the link to this article on the Huffington Post penned by Xaque Gruber. Here are a […]
  • Hiring Back Former Employees?

    By Staff Writer on June 28, 2016
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    Business here on the Treasure Coast appears to be booming. All the companies I perform payroll work for are adding new employees, and Anthony and Matt are taking appointments for people who are thinking about re-structuring and adding services to their companies. Right now, today, things are looking very good for businesses on the Treasure Coast and in Brevard County.
  • Are Your Children’s Summer Camp Expenses Deductible?

    By Staff Writer on June 16, 2016
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    Did you know that a portion  of your child’s summer camp expenses may be tax-deductible. You have to be careful and consult an expert, but keep your receipts and when it’s time to prepare your taxes we can take a look.
  • 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.
  • About IRA’s

    By Staff Writer on May 19, 2016
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      Each year you deposit funds in your IRA to make certain there is money to support you when you choose to retire, or at least cut back on working full time. Depending upon the type of IRA, there are requirements for  mandatory distribution at certain ages and if you have done a good enough job of growing your IRA, […]
  • 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.
  • Taxes are Done, What Should You Do With Your Refund?

    By Staff Writer on April 27, 2016
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    Catchy title!!” Taxes are done, what should you do with your refund?” Pure poetry. All kidding aside, it is lovely to dream of a spending spree when you get that nice, fat tax refund check. A down payment on a car, sassy shoes, a cruise..all those things sound great, don’t they? Then there is the practical advice, pay off your credit […]
  • 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 […]

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