Feb 14 2023

Should you consider a psychiatric advance directive?

2023-02-03T07:56:47-05:00February 14, 2023|

Newburg | CPA News Brief February 14, 2023 Many people include health care powers of attorney or advance directives in their estate plans so they have some influence over critical medical decisions in the event they’re incapacitated and unable to make decisions themselves. A psychiatric advance directive (PAD) is [...]

Jan 31 2023

What does “probate” mean?

2023-01-19T14:23:05-05:00January 31, 2023|

Newburg | CPA News Brief January 31, 2023 The term “probate” is one you’ve probably heard and might associate with negative connotations. But you may not fully understand what it is. For some people, the term conjures images of lengthy delays waiting for wealth to be transferred as well [...]

Jan 24 2023

Drafting your estate plan isn’t a do-it-yourself project

2023-01-19T14:26:45-05:00January 24, 2023|

Newburg | CPA News Brief January 24, 2023 There’s no shortage of online do-it-yourself (DIY) tools that promise to help you create an “estate plan.” But while these tools can generate wills, trusts, and other documents relatively cheaply, they can be risky except in the simplest cases. If your [...]

Jan 10 2023

Trust in a Trust to keep Assets Secure

2023-01-19T16:48:41-05:00January 10, 2023|

Newburg | CPA News Brief January 10, 2023 Whether the economic climate is stable or volatile, one thing never changes: the need to protect your assets from risk. Hazards may occur as a result of factors entirely outside of your control, such as the stock market or the economy. [...]

Jan 5 2023

Reminder – 4th Quarter Estimates

2023-01-19T16:53:37-05:00January 5, 2023|

Newburg | CPA  Special News Brief January 5, 2023 As a reminder, 2022 4th quarter estimates are due January 17th, 2023.  Your 2022 quarterly estimated coupons and instructions would have been included with your completed 2021 tax return if applicable. The 4th Quarter estimate payments can be made on-line [...]

Jan 3 2023

Computer software costs: How does your business deduct them?

2023-01-19T16:55:22-05:00January 3, 2023|

Newburg | CPA News Brief January 3, 2023 These days, most businesses buy or lease computer software to use in their operations. Or perhaps your business develops computer software to use in your products or services or sells or leases software to others. In any of these situations, you [...]

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