corporate income tax and personal income taxes


October, 2013

2014 Tax Filing Season Delayed
The IRS announced on October 14, 2013 that the start of the 2014 tax filing season will be delayed for one to two weeks because of the 16-day Federal government shutdown. The January 21, 2014 original starting date will be pushed back to February 4th or later.

National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP) recently announced "the need for Congress to act quickly to prevent ...another closure from occurring which would further delay the 2014 filing season."

New Taxes Included in Health Care Reform Law

Capital Gains Rate Increases to 20%

New York STAR Re-Registration Deadline is December 31, 2013

Celebrate Your 70½ Birthday
Celebrate your 70½ birthday by taking your minimum required distribution from your retirement plan and/or individual retirement account (IRA). Tax law requires that you begin taking minimum distributions once you reach 70 1/2.

Small Business or Self-Employed

IRS Tips for Taxpayers & Victims about Identity Theft & Tax Returns

The firm of Ruth A. Sattig Betz, CPA is available to meet with you to discuss how any of the above items may affect your individual or business taxes.