Tax and assurance professionals with extensive experience in an array of industries.
Isler CPA is an accounting and advisory firm serving businesses, individuals, community and public sectors across the Western United States. Located in Eugene, Oregon, our team has expertise in many accounting areas including: audit, review, compilation and financial statement preparation, tax preparation and planning, estate planning, forensic accounting and litigation support. Our experts also provide services specific to specialty industries including: manufacturing and distribution, construction, wholesale and retail, municipalities, financial institutions, nonprofit organizations and tribal organizations. When taking care of our customers’ tax needs, Isler CPA uses Ultratax and CS Accounting Professional Suite, ranked by Journal of Accountancy as the top tax software in the country. Isler CPA is a part of the RSM US Alliance, allowing full access to national and international resources for the highest level of accounting service. Find out more about our team and community involvement, or contact us to learn more about our services.
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“If you are looking for a CPA with a solid background in tax planning and business law look no further than the Isler Team. Joseph Lewis's depth of knowledge, resources, and eagerness to help is great, and I highly recommend his services.”
- D. Waggoner
Empire Property Management
Depreciation can be a confusing topic, especially as a property owner. The IRS establishes multiple lives and methods for depreciating assets, making it frustrating and seemingly impossible to determine which life to assign and/or what method to use. Especially confusing can be all the different qualified real property categories and under what circumstances each applies….
A recent article by Brendan Koerner published on the website of Wired Magazine is an interesting look at how the laws of one country affect the security of proprietary information in other countries, and how that information can be exploited. This is a summary of the article and I would encourage everyone to check out…
Younger taxpayers often purchase life insurance to care for family members dependent on them if they were to die; but, elderly taxpayers often purchase life insurance to cover estate tax and other financial obligations they are responsible for if they were to die. Are life insurance proceeds taxable? Yes and no. Life insurance policies are…