Freed Maxick Service Delivery Update

We have implemented a phased approach for returning to our offices that allows us to modify our approach to service delivery as situations change without any service disruptions. In the meantime and in the interest of public health and the safety of our community, our teams will continue working remotely whenever possible to provide the same high-quality service you have come to expect. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, we are committed to meeting all of your assurance, tax, and advisory needs to help you navigate a business environment filled with challenges and opportunities. To discuss a specific need that can’t be handled remotely, please contact your Freed Maxick representative directly.

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Topic: Tax

Spring Cleaning: Time for State Tax Review and Housekeeping
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on May 30, 2017

Spring has sprung! With the nice weather comes the concept of “spring cleaning.” Time to open the windows, let in the fresh air, clean up any lingering messes, and get everything in order...

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The R&D Tax Credit for Start-ups: There's Still Time to Claim Your Credit
By Joe Burwick, CPA on April 11, 2017

Small start-ups still have time to take advantage of a potentially major tax credit—even if you already filed your taxes for this year. ...

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Historic Tax Credits Keep Buffalo's Renaissance Going
By Leia Marino on April 4, 2017

The Historic Tax Credit program may be the most powerful tax incentive available to fund the rehabilitation of historic properties. Don Warrant, CPA and Tax Director at Freed Maxick, talked...

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Tax Deadline Changes Impact Taxpayers and Tax Practitioners
By Leia Marino on April 4, 2017

April 15th due date coming up. Historically, tax returns for C corporations have been due on March 15th and those for partnerships have been due on April 15th. Starting with the 2016 tax...

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New Tangible Property Regulations Updates: What Taxpayers Need to Know
By Don Warrant, CPA on March 23, 2017

For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2014, all taxpayers with tangible property such as materials and supplies, furniture and fixtures, equipment, and buildings, are required...

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Sales Tax on Software: Complexities Businesses Need to Understand
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on February 9, 2017

In today’s technological society, every business is purchasing or licensing some type of software. However, vendors are not always charging sales tax on these purchases, or in some...

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