Chuck Heyde obtained his Charted Global ManageMent Accountant (CGMA) designation today. Congratulations to Charles “Chuck” Heyde, Jr, CPA, CGMA You can read more about this important new global designation at www.CGMA.org. The Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) is a new global management accounting designation that recognizes the unique role played by men and women at organisations around the world who … Read More
In May of 2002 while Arthur Andersen began shutting down and most Andersen employees began moving to other Big 4 firms and clients of Andersen, James Smith developed a better idea. James believed we could offer a better service at a better rate. With that idea James Smith opened Global Executive ManageMent Solutions in May of 2002. A few months … Read More
At long last we have finally created and uploaded our commercial. If you ever wondered what we do or what GEMMS stands for – here it is – https://gemms.us/Videos. Please be sure to Like on Facebook, +1 if you Google+, and send to your family and friends.
Cross References IRC §25C, Nonbusiness Energy Property Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits The nonbusiness energy property credit is scheduled to expire at the end of 2011 so taxpayers only have a short time to take advantage of this credit. The 2011 credit is more limited than in past years but is still available for qualifying improvements placed in service for the taxpayer?s … Read More
The Internal Revenue Service plans to start fingerprinting thousands of tax preparers as part of its oversight program and run the fingerprints through an FBI database. Read more here – http://www.accountingtoday.com/news/IRS-Begin-Fingerprinting-Tax-Preparers-60267-1.html www.GEMMS.us
Your individual taxpayer extensions (Form 4868) will expire this weekend. That is, our 2010 Individual Tax Returns will be due at 11:59:59pm on Monday October 17, 2011. If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately. We will be around all weekend to meet your needs.
What happens to all the people that work in the tax fields if his plan is fully implemented? That is, what happens to the employees at the IRS, the Big 4 firms, the HR Blocks, the people that make tax programs, the Post Office (the only thing they deliver any more is the tax returns), even Auditors (why would we … Read More