Due to, the governor’s order directing people to stay home and to practice social distancing, Isler will no longer accept client workpapers and documents via drop off or allow clients to physically pickup their tax returns. Read more here
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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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This information has been re-posted in full from IRS.gov here. Check IRS.gov for the latest information: No action needed by most people at this time IR-2020-61, March 30, 2020 WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today announced that distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three weeks and…
RSM INSIGHT ARTICLE | March 30, 2020 Around the United States and the rest of the world, employers and their workforces have been forced to deal with the many disruptions wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. Some businesses have had to lay off employees, and others have pivoted their teams to working entirely remotely at a…
by Joseph Brusuelas, for RSM March has been a month for the ages – one that fiscal and monetary policymakers will never forget. Congress put forward roughly $2.2 trillion, or equal to 11.4% of gross domestic product, in fiscal aid to address current and coming economic difficulties around the country. That boost will most likely…