On Friday morning, June 1st, Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland addressed civic and business leaders during his State of the City address, hosted by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, at Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack.
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Brinker Simpson & Company offers our team members the opportunity to dress down each Friday, simply by contributing a small donation to a local charitable organization. We choose a different organization each month and at the end of that month the donations are gathered and sent to the charity of our choice.
Since the release of the new Tax Legislation, our firm has presented to a number of Banks, Firms, and Realtor's Offices to update them on the impacts of both businesses and individuals. Bob Simpson CPA, Managing Partner, Tony Mitchell, CPA, Partner, and Andrew Brenner, CPA, Senior Tax Manager addressed important topics surrounding the reform.
Many students will be starting summer jobs…from working at a summer camp to being an office intern. The IRS reminds students that not all the money they earn may make it to their pocket. That’s because employers must withhold taxes from the employee’s paycheck. Here are a few things these workers need to know when starting a summer job:
If you're like most small business owners, you're always looking for ways to lower your taxable income. Here are five ways to do just that.