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From growing grapes to selling wine, building a vertically integrated wine business with Peltier winery and vineyards. Learn how Peltier winery and vineyards grew their business into the success that it is today.
Our qualified tax accountants can help you with the complex process of calculating business equipment depreciation. Contact us today to learn how to calculate depreciation on business equipment.
Tax credits from the can help you to recover expenses for research and development in CA. Learn more from our certified tax professionals about qualified research and development expenses in California.
Who is eligible for the FICA Tip Credit in California? Understanding and utilizing the federal FICA Tip Credit can save your business thousands of dollars a year. Call our qualified CPAs for assistance.
Identify the standard tax deductions in California for 2021. With Tax Day coming up, the California tax preparers of Cook CPA Group discuss the standard deduction vs. itemized deductions.
Does California Have a late tax filing deadline in 2021? Sacramento CPAs discuss time extensions to file a state tax return in CA. For help with late or unfiled taxes, contact Cook CPA Group today.
What is the 2021 tax filing deadline for US citizens abroad? Sacramento CPAs explain the deadline to file a US income tax return for citizens living abroad, plus additional income reporting requirements.
What business expenses must be depreciated in CA? If you need help determining which business expenses are depreciable, our experienced California accountants can help Contact us today.
Our CPAs can help you find any Tax incentives that are available to wineries in California to save you time and money so you can focus on running your business.
Our accountants can help you find all tax incentives that are available to distilleries in California so you can save money and focus on running your business.
Navigating the people side of running a successful distillery can be challenging. Learn how the Loch & Union distillery has handled the personnel, partnerships, and investment aspect of successful distillery operations.
Companies often prefer to have financial statements checked for accuracy before sending them to another party. Learn the different types of Statement Audits in CA.
What factors affect the amount of a charitable deduction in California? Learn more about how your charitable donations affect your taxes and how deductions are applied. Contact Cook CPA for a free consultation.
Keys to overcoming physical challenges and natural disasters while building a distillery. Learn how Loch & Union Distilling overcame the harsh challenges of natural disasters on the road to success.
Why do you still owe money to the California Franchise Tax Board? If you are unsure why you still owe money to the Franchise Tax Board, contact an experienced tax accountant for help immediately.
When are services subject to sales tax in California? Complying with tax laws in California is a complex matter. Luckily, the accountants at Cook CPA are here to answer any tax questions you have.
What Parameters Define a Fiscal Year for a Business? The fiscal year affects many different financial matters for a business. It is an important concept to understand. Learn more from our experienced accountants.
Discover the secrets of the most successful distilleries in Northern California and learn about Cook CPA’s Tools to Thrive business framework for succeeding with the independent distillery business model.
Should you have more or less inventory at year-end for taxes? Managing taxes on inventory is a complex matter. Contact an experienced tax planning accountant for assistance to ensure you avoid penalties.
The IRS has announced tax relief measures for businesses affected by the California Wildfires. Learn if you qualify for tax relief for businesses affected by California Wildfires.
What defines the start of a business for tax purposes? It’s important to know all tax details before opening a business to avoid penalization. Learn more from our business tax experts at Cook CPA.
Because of the unexpected hit of COVID-19, the IRS extended the deadline for 2019 taxes. Read to learn about what these COVID-19-related changes to the federal IRS tax deadline mean for businesses.
What Documentation and Requirements are Needed for the PPP Loan Forgiveness? Our California PPP loan forgiveness accountants discuss the documents your business needs to provide for the Paycheck Protection Program.
How long do you have to file the PPP loan forgiveness application? The California PPP loan forgiveness accountants at Cook CPA Group discuss deadlines for applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.
A Roseville + Sacramento tax accountant at Cook CPA examines the advantages of a financial statement audit for your company in California. Identify key benefits of auditing your company’s financial statements in California.
Navigating the new revenue recognition guidance with Cook CPA Group. Our Roseville and Sacramento CPAs explain the new revenue recognition standard, ASC 606, by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).
Office Curator Brennan gives advice on maintaining a healthy work-life balance throughout the summer months and beyond. Learn how humans can enjoy the dog days of summer with Cook CPA Group.
What is the purpose of bank reconciliations in California? Sacramento + Roseville tax accountants at Cook CPA Group explain what a bank reconciliation statement is and why it is prepared in California.
What if you didn’t file taxes for your business last year in California? The Roseville and Sacramento tax accountants at Cook CPA Group explain the consequences for unfiled business tax returns in California.
Have You Ever Tried Stingray Tacos? A Cook CPA Group accountant gained valuable insight during a trip to Mexico. Learn more about the experience and how it impacted his worldview.
Can you use a 529 account to pay student loans in California? Roseville and Sacramento tax accountants at Cook CPA Group explain how to establish a 529 account in California and what its uses are.
What is the deadline for filing a 401k audit in California? Roseville tax accountants at Cook CPA Group are here to help you with your 401k audit filing and explain what to do if you miss the deadline.
How often should your California business perform internal audits? Roseville certified tax accountants break down financial reviews and other types of internal audits that businesses should run in California.
When does your business need a financial statement audit in California? Sacramento tax accountants at Cook CPA examines financial statement audits and how a professional auditor can help your California business.
Understand when a 401k audit is required in California with Cook CPA Group. Our Roseville tax accountants discuss employee benefit plans audit regulations and when you have to perform a 401k audit in California.
Understanding your tax bracket rates in California with Cook CPA Group. Our Sacramento tax accountants explain how to figure out your federal income tax bracket for 2018-2019 and list CA income tax brackets.
Determine what to look for in an accounting services agreement in California. The Roseville tax accountants at Cook CPA Group break down the elements of an accounting services agreement in California.
Understanding 2018 small business tax changes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). California business tax accountants at Cook CPA Group discuss how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will affect your small business.
The Cook CPA Group guide to Form SS-8 and independent contractor taxes in California. Our Sacramento small business tax accountants discuss the purpose of Form SS-8 for independent contractors or business owners in California.
What employee benefits are tax-deductible under the TCJA? California small business accountants explain 2018 tax law changes to employee fringe benefits under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
How do the 2017 Trump tax reforms affect business entity selection? Sacramento small business accountants discuss how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) changes tax rates for corporations and small businesses.
Identifying tax filing requirements for dependents in California with Cook CPA Group. Roseville, CA tax accountants of Cook CPA Group discuss state tax laws and how to claim a dependent on your income tax return in California.
Understanding 2018 tax deadlines and IRS due dates with Cook CPA Group. The California tax accountants at Cook CPA Group outlines important IRS deadlines and tax deadlines for the 2018 federal tax calendar.
Identify four reasons you may need a financial statement audit. Our Roseville financial statement auditors list the four most important reasons why your business may need a financial statement audit.
Learn what a financial statement audit in California is with Cook CPA Group. Roseville financial auditors at Cook CPA Group invite you to read more about how to conduct an audit of financial statements in California.
Determine the tax filing requirements for LLCs in California with Cook CPA Group. The Sacramento business tax accountants at Cook CPA Group list several tax requirements that LLCs in California need to follow.
Identify FBAR requirements for green card holders in California with Cook CPA. The Roseville tax attorneys at Cook CPA explain the different tax filing considerations for green card holders, such as filing an FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Report).
Understanding FBAR filing requirements for nonresidents in California. Roseville tax preparers discuss FBAR filing requirements for nonresident aliens in California. If you have foreign income, FBAR laws may affect you.
Learn about tax requirements for independent contractors in California. The Sacramento and Roseville tax accountants at Cook CPA Group explain how to file taxes as an independent contractor in California.
Understanding tax filing requirements for churches in California with Cook CPA Group. The California tax accountants at Cook CPA Group explain how tax filing for churches works and the tax forms churches may need to file.