As a business owner, how much taxes will I save using Isler CPA? Isler CPA combines entity choice, retirement planning, traditional business tax deductions, and even leveraging your children to reduce taxes. This video gives a brief overview of how we do it!

With the new tax reform recently being passed, taxpayers are wondering what they can do to plan and save on taxes for 2017. One idea that is starting to make the rounds is to pre-pay property taxes for the 2018 -2019 property tax year in 2017. The Oregon Department of Revenue recently released guidance on…

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Important Tax Update

In the last few days we have seen one of the largest tax law reforms in thirty years, make its way through congress and is headed to the President’s desk to sign. The new tax reform will make fundamental changes in the way you, your family and your business calculate your federal income tax bill,…

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Change is on the horizon for nonprofits in the form of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-14, Presentation of Financial Statements for Not-for-Profit Entities. Released in August 2016, ASU 2016-14 will result in significant changes to financial reporting and disclosures, leaving some wondering how to begin revamping their processes, procedures,…

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Saving for retirement can be difficult at any time, especially taking the time to setup a retirement plan. Only about half of working Oregonians have access to employer provided retirement plans.  The rest must have initiative to do this on their own. In order to promote saving and to ease the burden on working Oregonians,…

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United Airlines will lose hundreds of millions in revenue for the public relations disaster dragging a customer off their airplane widely seen in a video gone viral; while the IRS will gain hundreds of millions in revenue for their public relations fortune dragging Wesley Snipes to jail and confiscating Tori Spelling’s bank account widely seen…

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Tax Scams

Tax scams have been increasing in number and complexity over the years. The IRS has seen an approximate 400 percent surge in phishing and malware incidents so far in the 2016 tax season. These scams have the intent of getting payment or information from taxpayers. Some of the latest methods include: Tax payments through iTunes…

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