Business Identity Theft

Business Identity Theft Picture 2013

By Thomas L. Broderick, C.P.A./C.G.M.A.   Business identity theft involves the theft or impersonation of a business’s identity and can have crippling federal tax consequences.  This article summarizes the problems of business taxpayer identity theft, some of the methods employed by thieves and the … [Read more...]

Business Tax Update for 2013

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  After the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA)     Congratulations on surviving the end of the “Mayan Calendar” and the United States “Fiscal Cliff”.  This article will focus on some domestic business tax issues resulting from recent legislation that may affect your … [Read more...]

IRS Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2012

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  The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released the “Dirty Dozen” ranking of tax scams, reminding taxpayers to use caution at any point during the year but especially during tax filing season to protect themselves against a wide range of schemes ranging from identity theft to tax return … [Read more...]

Protect your moving company and your customers from theft during a move

Stealing from a safe

Protect your moving company and your customers from theft during a move Theft in the moving and storage industry has been, is now, and will always be a concern and a potential for loss.  Whether its internal questions of employee theft of shippers goods, to theft of equipment and pads, to theft of … [Read more...]

How to keep your home clean with pets


Whether you are a dog, cat, fish, or other type of pet owner, pets can cause a big mess and make your home dirty.  Today we will discuss some easy steps to keeping your home clean and smelling fresh. When the weather is rainy, or it is muddy outside, it’s good to place a towel in a waterproof box … [Read more...]

New IRS Regulations Regarding Repairs to Tangible Property

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In late 2011, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued long awaited, comprehensive regulations (The 2011 Regs) on the treatment of payments to “acquire, produce, or improve” tangible property.  The essential question addressed is whether taxpayers such as moving companies, can deduct these payments … [Read more...]

Repair or Replace Your Moving Truck


Given the difficult economic times, many movers (and other trucking companies) are keeping their vehicles longer.  When a movers’ fleet gets old the choice becomes purchase new, purchase used or repair.  There are pro’s and con’s to each depending on the movers’ financial stability, credit … [Read more...]

Tax Treatment of Cell Phones & Tax Scams Update!

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  Tax Treatment of Cell Phones  The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has recently clarified (via IRS Notice 2011-72) the tax treatment of employer-provided cell phones or other similar telecommunications equipment that was originally enacted (changed) last fall in the Small Business Jobs Act of … [Read more...]

Move For Hunger-Moving Companies Helping With Our Nations Hunger Problem

Move for Hunger

Move for hunger is an amazing non-for profit organization that has paired up with over 155 moving companies in 37 states at this time.  They are assisting with fighting the nation’s problem of hunger.  This organization is working hard to support the efforts of local food banks, who provide food to … [Read more...]

Move Into The Future With The “Green Packer”

Go green for the future

The Green Packer was created by moving professionals with over 40 years experience in packing and transporting households across America. Used just one time, moving professionals will never take on another job without a Green Packer on board.    Packing and moving can be made easy with the new … [Read more...]