Bob joined LBF Group in October of 2004. Bob graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting and minoring in Computer Information Systems.
Bob has years of experience in corporate (profit and non-profit) and individual tax planning and preparation, financial statement preparation (personal, compilation, review and audit), and consulting for special projects including assistance with internal control and board meeting presentations.
Since employees typically only have a few pay dates left this year, checking withholding soon is especially important. Because of the many changes in the tax law, refunds may be different than prior years for some taxpayers. Some may even owe an unexpected tax bill when they file their 2018 tax return next year. To avoid these kinds of surprises,...
Losing a spouse often brings on a flood of emotions that can make tasks like managing financial obligations seem almost impossible. Here are some steps may help ease that burden:
With much of the focus on the new tax rates contained in the new tax bill for 2018, it is easy to forget that some big changes have been made to the allowable itemized deductions (Schedule A). The bill increases the standard deduction and removes the deduction for personal exemptions. This combined change will mean that many more filers will not itemize their deductions.