Interested In Learning More About QuickBooks? Join Us In July or August!

We have two QuickBooks classes coming up!  Only four spaces available for our Tuesday, July 18th class.  If you can’t make the July class, the next class is scheduled for Thursday, August 3rd.

For more information, or to sign up, call our office and speak with Pam Burnett, 770-478-7424. We hope to see you in August!

Interested in Taking a QuickBooks class? Join us in June!

Our next QuickBooks class is Tuesday, June 20th, 2017!  For more information, or to reserve your spot, please call Pam Burnett at 770-478-7424.  

Going for the (Taxation) Gold

Rio 2016As we all sit back in our easy chair to enjoy the summer Olympics, Uncle Sam is getting ready to rake in the taxes.   That’s right, each Olympian is awarded a cash payout in addition to the medal.  Well, the Internal Revenue Service treats all the winnings the same way they do our paychecks, by taxing it as income.  The cash is considered “earned income abroad” equal to $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze plus the value of the medal itself. [Read more…]

Prevent Tax-Time Surprises

canstockphoto0201034No one usually wants to get a surprise when filing their tax return.  Summer is a good time to take a look at your withholding to make sure you don’t get blind-sided next tax season.  There are many life events that can have an impact on your taxes, meaning the amount you get back or worst, the amount you owe.   Loggins Kern & McCombs can assist you with making the right withholding decisions based on your specific tax situation.  If you have experienced or expect to experience any of the following events before the end of the year, contact our office to avoid any surprises.

  • Start a New Job
  • Become Self-Employed
  • Get Married
  • Birth of Child
  • Adoption
  • New Home

Unlimited Representation Before the IRS

IRS Auditor - SliderIf you receive an IRS notice or are selected for an audit, then one of your rights as a taxpayer is to have unlimited representation by a credentialed tax practitioner to act on your behalf.   New for 2016 is the addition of the word “unlimited“.  This means that professionals who fall under this category can represent you regardless of whether or not they prepared your tax return.  A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is an example of one of those tax practitioners.  Loggins Kern & McCombs has been a certified tax practitioner for over thirty years and represented many clients before the Internal Revenue Service.  [Read more…]