Posts in the Category: Uncategorized

IRS Announces Common Tax Scams

The IRS recently announced its 2020 edition of its annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams with a special emphasis on aggressive and evolving schemes related to COVID-19 tax relief, including Economic Impact Payments. Here are six of the more common scams. Phishing. Phishing refers to potential fake emails or websites looking to steal your   

Continue

Build a Fortress Defense for PPP Loan Forgiveness

More than 70% of small businesses in America now have loan proceeds from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help retain employees during the current pandemic. The entire amount of a PPP loan is eligible to be forgiven if the funds are used for qualified expenses. Recent legislation liberalizes the terms of loan forgiveness for   

Continue

PPP Loan Forgiveness

Small business owners, self-employed workers and freelancers received some welcome news when Congress recently passed the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act. This new law clarifies how businesses can qualify to have all or a portion of its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiven. Here is what you need to know: December 31, 2020 is the new   

Continue

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Clients and Friends,   The health and well being of our team and our clients is paramount to Kentner Sellers, and we want you to know that we are taking proactive steps to continue to serve you in a safe environment.  In light of the recent Declaration of a State of Emergency in Ohio   

Continue

CPAmerica and CPAConnect Firms Named to The INSIDE Public Accounting’s 2019 All-Stars Specialized Niched Firms

CPAmerica congratulates the following firm on their recognition: Kentner Sellers, LLP, headquartered in Vandalia, Ohio, was recognized in the construction niche. Three CPAmerica member firms and one CPAConnect member firm have been named to The 2019 All-Stars Specialized Niched Firms by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA). IPA recognized those firms that derive a higher percentage of   

Continue

You NEED These Documents to File Your Taxes!

It’s easy to get inundated with documents during tax season. You can receive documents from many different organizations, including employers, financial institutions and others. Many documents are now also being sent via e-mail, which increases the likelihood they could get lost in your inbox. As tax season is quickly approaching, here are some of the   

Continue

Make Your Cash Worth More

Banking tips to help you cash in: Your cash is parked. Do you know if it’s making or losing you money? For instance, letting it sit in a non-interest-bearing account is a waste of earnings potential. It’s actually losing money if you factor in inflation! Here are some ideas to help you make the most   

Continue

Time for a Yearly Credit Report

One way to head off fraud during tax season is to get your free annual credit report now. Credit reports often have errors in them; this quick checkup can be the first indication that some form of identity theft has taken place on your account. The good news is that each of the major consumer   

Continue

Your 2020 Social Security Benefits – Find out how your benefits have changed.

Take a look at how Social Security benefits have changed. Use this information to help you plan for the coming year, and to learn a little more about retirement benefits and taxes. Estimated average Social Security retirement benefits starting January 2020: All retired workers in 2019 $1,479/mo. All retired workers in 2020 $1,503/mo. Did you   

Continue

Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

Your credit score is more important than ever. Once viewed as a necessity when applying for a mortgage, it now factors into renting an apartment, paying for utilities, buying a cell phone, and determining the amount you pay for home and auto insurance! Here are tips to help you improve and maintain a good credit   

Continue

Page 1 of 81 2 3 4 8