Due to, the governor’s order directing people to stay home and to practice social distancing, Isler client workpapers and documents should be mailed or dropped off via the building drop slot. Tax returns may be retrieved via postal mail or our client portal. We are encouraging our clients not to come to our offices at this time. However, we are open for business. If your situation requires, or you would like to meet with your CPA in person, an appointment must be made before hand. This will last until the quarantine is over. Due to new COVID restrictions announced by Governor Kate Brown on June 19, 2019, while we will continue to have limited client meetings and contact, any client entering the Isler office is required to wear a mask covering as recommended by the CDC.
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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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Qualified disaster relief payments received by an employee can be excluded from gross income under the Internal Revenue Code Section 139 Once President Trump declared COVID-19 and the Oregon Wildfires a national disaster under the Robert Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, and the IRS’s interpretation of the declaration for other tax purposes, it…
You have probably been hearing about the Payroll Tax Holiday executive order signed by President Trump earlier this month. We finally received a little guidance from Treasury on August 29th, via notice 2020-65 (follow this link to the notice: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-20-65.pdf ). However, there are still a lot of unanswered questions, and we are urging all…
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