F. J. Sandoval, CPA P. C.
In a time of sweeping change and continuing economic uncertainty, finding ways to minimize your tax liability and bolster you financial position can be a challenge. In 2011, tax law changes affected areas ranging from family finances to home ownership. However, what remains constant is the need for in-depth knowledge and insights when preparing your income taxes.
F. J. Sandoval, CPA believes in staying current on the latest tax-saving strategies, economic trends, and complex challenges critical to our clients' success. With that in mind, we have created The Sandoval Archives as a go to source for small businesses and entrepreneurs to better understand the complex regulatory and economic environment they face.
Although uncertainty continues to cloud the nation's economy, there are a number of tax laws that have presented small businesses with opportunities for reducing taxes, lowering expenses and encouraging investment in employees and equipment.
Is Your Small Business Susceptible to Fraud?
In its 2014 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse (Copyright 2014 by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Inc.), the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) concluded that small businesses are particularly vulnerable to fraud and more likely than their larger counterparts to suffer significant losses both financially and to their reputation for failing to implement the necessary internal controls that can prevent and detect fraud. To learn more about how to protect your organization click here. To access the ACFE report click here.