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Dwight Tompkins
· May 8, 2018
Bruce Nuttall, CPA handles all of my accounting and tax needs, and he assists other members of my family in tax advice, tax preparation, and accounting. He is extremely knowledgeable, and very detai...l oriented, which is crucial in accounting and tax practice. Bruce and his staff are responsive and ready to help. See More
Rick Hayden
· January 24, 2018
Bruce and his team are an amazing group of people! They were able to review my files from last year and get me almost 30K that was missed by my last CPA!!! I could not recommend his services any highe...r! He will be the only person that handles my business and personal taxes from here on out, that I guarantee. THANK YOU BRUCE!!! See More
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in late 2017 made big changes to the tax code, including individual tax rates. Employers had to change their payroll withholding systems in February, but what should you do if you are self-employed or retired and pay your taxes on a quarterly basis?
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