Entries by Nick Guadagnino

2017 Year-End Tax-Planning Moves for Individuals

  Effective tax planning is a year-round effort—especially as your overall financial position changes—and at RDHB, we work with our clients to minimize tax liability and maximize tax savings. As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to review several ways that you can potentially lower your tax bill for 2017. […]

2017 Year-End Tax-Planning Moves for Businesses

  For the greatest tax savings, it is necessary to be conscious of tax planning throughout the whole year. Your team at RDHB is always available to discuss tax strategies that are applicable to your business. But with the end of 2017 just weeks away, there is still time to make some moves that can […]

Special Report: Proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Individuals

  The United States House of Representatives recently released proposed legislation entitled the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” The proposal contains major changes to individual income taxation, which we summarize below. Note that this legislation is only proposed; it is not law. Under this new legislation, the tax brackets would be restructured to the following: […]

Special Report: Proposed GOP Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Businesses

  The United States House of Representatives recently released proposed legislation entitled the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” The proposal contains major changes to business income taxation, which have been summarized below. Note that this legislation is only proposed; it is not law. Corporate tax rate would be a flat 20% 100% immediate ‘bonus’ depreciation […]

Getting to Know: Kara Cline

  We continue our quest to introduce you to all of RDHB’s directors and managers—the people behind the day-to-day work we do to help our clients grow their businesses. This week, we’re focusing on one of our newest team members, tax manager Kara Cline! She may have only been with us for a short time, […]

Getting to Know: David Feor

  We’re back for our sixth installment of our leadership Q&A series, and the time has come to meet David Feor, a manager in our tax division! He joined RDHB in August 2016 and quickly became an essential part of our team. Name: David Feor Title: Tax Manager Time at RDHB: One year How do you spend your […]

Getting to Know: Debra Ange

  In the fifth installment of our leadership Q&A series, let’s get to know Debra Ange, Manager of Outsourced Accounting Services. At RDHB, she is instrumental in helping our small business clients with their bookkeeping and tax needs—but what keeps her busy outside of the office? Name: Debra Ange Title: Manager Time at RDHB: Almost 2 years What […]

Getting to Know: Kelly Taylor

  As partners, we are only as strong as the team we build around us. Our directors and managers are often the ones in the so-called trenches with our clients, learning their businesses inside and out, and helping them take their businesses to the next level. That’s why we want you to know them—not only […]

RDHB Promotes Kelly Taylor, CPA to Lead Outsourced Accounting Services Division

  RDHB CPAs announced today that it has promoted Kelly Taylor, CPA to Director of Outsourced Accounting Services. In this role, she is responsible for overseeing the accounting services provided to the firm’s small business clients, including bookkeeping, sales tax filings, 1099 preparation, and QuickBooks training and support. Taylor was previously Manager of Outsourced Accounting […]

Getting to Know: Dan Matteo

  RDHB’s directors and managers provide invaluable counsel, fresh ideas, and keep things running smoothly for our clients. Our leadership Q&A series is meant to give you a peek into who they are—both inside and outside of the office. So far, we have learned that Chris Harris doesn’t believe in luck, and Krystal Zawodzinski could eat tacos for every […]