May 22, 2013
We’re beside ourselves this week. Witnessing what was unleashed upon our community by nature was frightening, even for those of us accustomed to dealing with the heavy weather of the Great Plains. The resulting loss of life and destruction of homes and businesses is heartbreaking for all of us. And witnessing the courage and selflessness of first responders has been awe-inspiring.
We’re grateful that our firm and our employees were unharmed by the storms, and we remain able to conduct business without disruption. However, we have yet to become fully aware of how the destruction may have affected our clients. We’re working to assess the impact and help our clients navigate the extraordinary circumstances created by this week’s events.
Our state has long been known as a land of opportunity for hardworking people. Working together, we can make things OK again. Even though we can’t all be there to clean up debris or serve hot meals, we can still do our part to support the response teams through our local relief agencies. Below are links to contribute to the effort Please join us and help:
You can also text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Thank you for helping.
Our most precious commodity is time—and our attention is a close second. That’s why everyone can use some help on how to tune out daily distractions. We compiled the following helpful tips from copyblogger.com to get you started on dialing down distractions:
The April 15 filing deadline is rapidly approaching, so we encourage you to send us your tax documentation as soon as possible to expedite the filing process. Here are four important reasons why you should file your return sooner rather than later:
This tax season is an important one for many business owners because it’s the first that will be impacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). How big of an impact is dependent on your unique situation. We’ve compiled this short list of provisions that may affect the business community: