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I just want to say that this firm provides an invaluable service to my two business and personally as well. They’re very thorough and detailed about their work…..they go the extra mile for their customers. I know that personally this firm recovered thousands of dollars on my tax returns that my previous CPA firm overlooked to write off as expenses. This put me in a financial bind for my business and my self personally. Parms got me out of all my problems. So for that I give it five stars!!!!!!! - George S. Owner Easy Street Cafe

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The Parms blog shares our insights about trending and time-tested topics that are important to our clients and the profession.

IRS Announces 2015 HSA Limits

The 2015 deduction limits on contributions to a high-deductible health savings account for an individual with self-only coverage is $3,350, the Internal Revenue Service said April 23 in Revenue Procedure . . .

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My Taxes Are Filed – So What Should I Keep?

To toss or not to toss… that is the question! Now that you’ve completed your taxes for 2013, you’re probably wondering what old tax records can be discarded. If you . . .

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Unclaimed Funds Audit – Can you pass?

All businesses that operate in the State of Ohio, or hold funds due to Ohio residents, are required to file an Annual Report of Unclaimed Funds. We are seeing and . . .

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6 Facts About Home Office Deductions

Home Office Deductions now feature simpler options. If you work from home, you should learn the rules for how to claim the home office deduction. Starting this year, there is . . .

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Love Offerings: Taxable or Not?

Churches sometimes collect “love offerings” from the congregation for a pastor, visiting minister, volunteer, or staff member in recognition of services rendered. So, if a church takes up a love . . .

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Taxpayer Advocate’s Office – Provides a Helping Hand

The Taxpayer Advocate is an organization whose purpose is to intercede on behalf of taxpayers when they run into difficulty with the administrative processes of the Internal Revenue Service, especially . . .

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Ohio Sales Tax Increases

Have you been at the cash register recently and thought, "Hmmm, this seems a little more expensive than usual?"  You're right. Ohio local sales and use tax rates changed in . . .

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IRS New Process for Reinstating Tax-Exempt Status

Earlier this month, the Internal Revenue Service issued Revenue Procedure 2014-11, which deals with procedures for reinstating tax-exempt status of organizations that have had their exemption status automatically revoked for . . .

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IRS announces 2014 mileage rates

IRS announced the standard mileage reimbursement rates for 2014 for business, charitable, medical, or moving expenses. Beginning on January 1, 2014, the standard mileage rates for the use of an . . .

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Ohio Employers Lose 2013 FUTA Credit Reduction

Small Business across Ohio should prepare themselves for higher than normal federal unemployment tax (FUTA) liability for 2013. What is FUTA? Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) pays unemployment compensation to workers . . .

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I am a long-time and satisfied client of Parms + Company. When I first met John Parms and Ted Johnson, they were obviously very bright, aggressive and engaging. I knew then they would be a perfect fit for my accounting needs. Parms + Company have been an integral part of the growth and development of my law practice. They and their staff are always available to respond to their client’s needs. Not only do I utilize their services for my personal and business matters, I call upon them frequently to serve as an expert witness in forensic accounting. Their skill, reputation, and professionalism are assets in which I trust and rely. I highly recommend Parms + Company to anyone in need of skilled accounting services at an affordable price.

- Frederick D. Benton, Jr., Esquire