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    2. Start training accounting firm leaders from Day One | Accounting Today

      Start training accounting firm leaders from Day One | Accounting Today
      Where are the next generation of leaders who will carry the profession of accounting into the next decade? What can current firm leadership do to arm their younger staff with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead? How do we identify emerging leaders? Are millennials going to be ready to take the reins when the time comes?
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    3. Tax scammers are looking for you — here’s how to avoid them

      Tax scammers are looking for you — here’s how to avoid them
      Oh, joy. Tax season is under way. If that isnt painful enough, youll need to be on the alert for tax-related scams designed to separate you from your money. The Internal Revenue Service says thousands of citizens fall for various schemes each year. Senior citizens are a common target. Here are a few things to know that can help you avoid getting ripped off.
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    4. BBB releases Top 10 scams of 2018

      BBB releases Top 10 scams of 2018
      5 / 5 BBB releases Top 10 scams of 2018 Romance scams topped the 2018 list, followed by income tax extortion scams, otherwise known as the CRA scam. Share Adjust Comment Print Romance scams topped the Better Business Bureaus national list of top 10 scams in 2018. While it used to be that seniors and new immigrants were the main targets of fraud, experts say with social media it is now ...
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    5. 2018’s Top Consumer Frauds

      2018’s Top Consumer Frauds
      Tweet The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received nearly 3 million reports of fraud, identity theft and other scams in 2018. The years total dollar loss from fraud came to $1.48 billion, and the median loss per reported incident of fraud was $375. The incidence of fraud rose last year, from 1.29 million in 2017 to 1.43 million, and the total dollar loss ($1.08 billion ...
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    6. Your Tax Refund Might Be Smaller Than Usual This Year. Here’s Why

      Your Tax Refund Might Be Smaller Than Usual This Year. Here’s Why
      if you're anticipating the usual windfall this year, you might want to adjust your expectations. So far, the average tax refund is coming in at $1,865, which represents an 8.4% drop from the $2,035 the IRS was dishing out to taxpayers the same time last year. Not only that, but the number of refunds issued declined by 24.3%. If you're expecting money back from ...
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    7. Why you need a will now, even if you’re not ‘rich’

      Why you need a will now, even if you’re not ‘rich’
      Recent deaths of public figures, including Aretha Franklin, Billy Graham, Stephen Hawking and Margot Kidder, raise an important issue that many people just dont want to think about: Estate planning. Chances are youve spent plenty of time pondering how much money youll have available at retirement. But what have you done to plan for your estate? The sad truth is that most of us some 70% of adult Americans have ...
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    8. What's the Difference Between a Tax Deduction and a Tax Credit?

      What's the Difference Between a Tax Deduction and a Tax Credit?
      You're offered the choice between a $1,000 tax deduction or a $1,000 tax credit: Which do you take? If you're not familiar with the difference between tax deductions and tax credits, you won't know which represents the better deal for your tax return. They both reduce the amount of your hard-earned cash that goes to the government, but in different ways. Below, I'll explain ...
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    9. Phishing schemes are angling for your tax refund

      Phishing schemes are angling for your tax refund
      Tax season is here, and with it comes the usual increase in fraudsters pretending to be you so they can make off with your refund. Especially prevalent are phishing schemes the IRS in 2018 recorded a 60 percent increase with a surge of new, sophisticated email phishing scams that seek to steal money or tax information, the agency said. Once the thieves have such information, they can steal your identity ...
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    10. How to get your tax refund as quickly as possible

      How to get your tax refund as quickly as possible
      Itching to get your federal income tax refund now that the IRS, along with other agencies that had been closed during the shutdown,has finally re-opened for business? After all, in 2018 more than three-quarters of filers got money back, with checks averaging around $3,000, and some estimates suggest this year's refunds could be as much as 25 percent higher. Before we share some tips on getting your ...
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    11. Ask what others don’t this tax season

      Ask what others don’t this tax season
      So many firms get to the first finish line of tax season in April by working as many hours as humanly possible. This may be gratifying for May and June collections, but in the process you probably burned yourself out and may have missed the opportunity to help your clients at a higher level, with work that they want, need and would gladly pay for. Of course, that work is ...
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  1. About Robert Williams

     

    Robert Williams CPA.

    18952 MacArthur BLVD. Suite 460
    Irvine, CA.  92612
     

    (949) 476-7737

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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

    Williams’ Accountancy provides expertise in the review and reporting of company financials, internal control structures, abstract governmental requirements, compliance testing and audits.  Robert Williams specializes in federal taxation as well as state taxation, for a multitude of states throughout the U.S.

     

    Williams’ holds an accounting degree from St. Frances University of Pennsylvania and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in the state of California.

     

     

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