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RAPID CHANGES AHEAD

I plan to use more electronic communications to keep my clients and the friends of my CPA Firm informed. Things on the Tax, Financial and Legal front are changing more rapidly than ever.

Health Care Reform will fundamentally reshape the country and will impact how we all manage our financial and tax lives; Health Care Reform is only the tip of the iceberg. There are fundamental changes in our economy that need discussing.

 
 
 

Steve Richardson, CPA

When Disaster Strikes

Fri, Nov 18, 2022

When Disaster Strikes To Our Clients and Friends: Business Disaster & Recovery Our year started with a disaster!  We’re going to be ok; in fact, I believe, before the year is over, we will be back to “good”. There is a fair probability that we will be back better, but for right now, better is … Continue reading When Disaster Strikes →...

Entrepreneurship

Thu, Mar 03, 2022

Entrepreneurship To Our Clients and Friends: Entrepreneurship Ninety percent (90%) of all new business startups fail within the first five years. That statistic is 100% true and yet very misleading! Statistics My wealthiest client failed in four prior businesses. Each of his “failed” businesses contributed to that “statistically” accurate 90% failure rate, but he does … Continue reading E...

Success through Good Decisions

Wed, Nov 24, 2021

Last night’s post was an accidental re-post of our November 5th newsletter, “Overnight” version 2.0 under the wrong title. Here is the sequel, expanding on the topic of Good Decisions.   Good Decisions My most recent newsletter, “Overnight” version 2.0 (about becoming and overnight financial success) was one of the most read and shared of my recent publications. If …...

Good Decisions

Wed, Nov 24, 2021

Good Decisions I rarely scrap an entire newsletter and start over. This is the re-do. The newsletter in my trashcan was pretty good, but it focused too much on one client that experienced a one-hundred-fold increase in revenues from 2019 to 2021 (with no end in sight). That’s exciting. It makes for a fun story. … Continue reading Good Decisions →...

Overnight

Fri, Nov 05, 2021

    “Overnight” version 2.0 I rarely scrap an entire newsletter and start over. This is the re-do. The newsletter in my trashcan was pretty good, but it focused too much on one client that experienced a one-hundred-fold increase in revenues from 2019 to 2021 (with no end in sight). That’s exciting. It makes for … Continue reading Overnight →...

A Successful Tax Plan

Mon, Jul 26, 2021

  A Successful Tax Plan Monday was one of the best days I have enjoyed at work in a long time Two wonderful things happened on the same day. Even the timing was perfect: one celebration occurred in the morning and the other in the afternoon. The morning celebration was about the conclusion of a … Continue reading A Successful Tax Plan →...

January 2021 Update – How COVID-19 Legislation May Affect Your Taxes & 6 Key Tax Q&As for 2021

Tue, Jan 05, 2021

  How COVID-19 Legislation May Affect Your Taxes The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), signed into law Dec. 27, 2020, provides extensive relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as another round of “recovery rebate” payments to individuals and an expansion of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for businesses and other employers. The legislation includes … Continue re...

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Revive Alabama: COVID-19 Cash Grants for Alabama Small Businesses

Mon, Jul 13, 2020

Newsletter from Steve Richardson & Company Certified Public Accountants July 11, 2020 Revive Alabama: COVID-19 Cash Grants for Alabama Small Businesses Dear Clients and Friends: This newsletter is of particular interest to our small business clients in Alabama. If your small business is in another state, similar opportunities may be available to you. The CARES … Continue reading Reviv...

July 2020 Update – Keeping Up With the Net Operating Loss Rules & Charitable Giving in a Time of Crisis

Mon, Jul 06, 2020

Newsletter from Steve Richardson & Company Certified Public Accountants . Keeping Up With the Net Operating Loss Rules When a trade or business’s deductible expenses exceed its income, a net operating loss (NOL) generally occurs. When filing your 2019 income tax return, you might find that your business has an NOL — and you may … Continue reading July 2020 Update – Keeping Up Wi...