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Eger CPA is Moving!

It's Moving Day for Eger CPA! Find us at our new address 2726 Illinois Dr, Suite 201. We are near the corner of Drake and Timberline, behind the King Soopers. See you there!

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Getting Ready for 2016 Tax Returns

Happy New Year and Happy Tax Season!

Yes, it's that time again. =) We will be emailing out our tax organizers on 1/9/2017. Please let us know if you would like to receive a paper copy again this year.

The organizer is designed to help you get organized and ready to file your 2016 tax returns. It is not necessarily all-inclusive, since it is generally prepared from your prior-year return. If you started a new business, opened a new investment account, or purchased a new house,...

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What are the New Overtime Rules for My Employees?

Change is Coming! Yes, the day after the election that is all we are hearing, but these new payroll overtime rules are changing on 12/01/2016. You will now need to pay more of your employees overtime, if they work over 40 hours a week.

The biggest change is the threshold for paying overtime on any white collar employee has increased from a minimum salary requirement of $455 per week to $913 per week.  That means effective Dec 1, 2016 anyone earning less than $47,476 is generally...

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How Do I Stop my Employees from Stealing?

One of the most common types of fraud comes from expense reimbursement schemes.

 

Have you ever heard a story about an employee turning in receipts for a dinner with their wife, instead of a client? What about turning in a travel receipt twice?

 

This might sound benign or like small potatoes, but over months or even years, these fraudulent expenses can really add up!  In fact, according to a 2016 report by the ACFE, these incidents account for 14% of all...

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What Do I Do If I am a Victim of Identity Theft?

While there are many different forms of Identity Theft, all incidents should be taken very seriously. Make sure to follow these steps put together by the AICPA to help prevent additional fraud.

* Report the identity theft to the fraud department of one of these agencies as soon as possible - Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion.
* Request a copy of your credit report with only your last 4 digits of your SS# on the report.
* Close accounts that your think have been compromised or opened fraudulently.
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