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Due Date: 09/17/18
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Form 114a – FinCEN
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Certified Public Accountant – Punta Gorda, Florida
Koch & Company CPA, P.A., is a dedicated group of CPAs and support staff that are committed to providing the finest in accounting, bookkeeping, consulting, financial and tax services to you, the client.
Your individual financial situation is important to us. You will always receive our complete attention. When you talk to us, we will listen. You can be assured that we will take time to get to know you. And, you can be certain that we will use our entire resources to assist you promptly in the best possible manner.
We offer our many years of working experience and the experiences of our clients and others to help us to understand and assist you with your needs. You have our commitment: to help you manage your bookkeeping, to help you plan to maximize the use of your assets and help you to minimize your future taxes.
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Taxpayers who sell a home may qualify to exclude from their income all or part of any gain from the sale. Below are some things taxpayers should keep in mind when selling a home: Ownership and use. To claim the exclusion, the homeowner must meet the ownership and use...
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Many Hurricane Victims Qualify for Earned Income Tax Credit; Special Method Can Aid Workers Whose Income Dropped
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