Kaufman Rossin in the Community: Margaux’s Miracle Foundation

Robert A. Stone of Kaufman Rossin talks about his involvement with Margaux’s Miracle Foundation.


Startups: Don’t Miss Out on R&D Tax Credit Payroll Benefit

Startups, did you know the R&D tax credit can help you offset up to $250,000 in payroll taxes? If you missed out on this benefit last year, don’t worry. There’s still time to claim substantial tax savings.


Miami-Dade County Extends Early Property Tax Payment Discount

Property owners in Miami-Dade County can benefit from the extended 4% early payment discount until December 13, 2017.


Kaufman Rossin in the Community: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Joy A. Batteen of Kaufman Rossin talks about her involvement with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and its annual Light The Night Walk.


QuickBooks Tip: Connecting Apps You Love with QuickBooks Online

Paypal, Square, Bill.com, and Expensify are some of the most popular apps in the QuickBooks Online ecosystem. Here are time-saving features you can take advantage of in each.


Are You Driving Without A Seat Belt? It’s Time to Review Your Cyber Security Program

A well-developed cyber security program is comprehensive and includes activities for identification, prevention, detection, response and recovery. Following these practices puts an immediate action plan in place to help your business minimize risk of a devastating data breach.


QuickBooks Tip: How and Why to Use the Cash Flow Statement

Kaufman Rossin’s Stephanie Stevens, CPA, shares tips on running cash flow statements with QuickBooks.


New Disaster Tax Relief Law Aids Hurricane Victims

Individuals and businesses are still feeling the effects of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. A new law aims to help hurricane victims with a variety of tax relief measures and incentives, including an employee retention credit.


Getting Back on Track After Hurricane Irma

Thank you for your patience as we get back on track after Hurricane Irma.


IRS Provides Tax Relief to Hurricane Irma Victims

As colleagues, clients and friends recover from Hurricane Irma, we wanted to share news announced by the IRS: “Hurricane Irma victims in parts of Florida and elsewhere have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments.”