Appelrouth Farah & Co. has been included in the South Florida Business Journal’s Top Accounting Firms list. The firm was listed at number 11, which is up two spots from the previous year. Congrats to the entire Appelrouth Farah & Co. team and a special thanks to our esteemed clients for their continued support.
South Florida Legal Guide Edward S. Sachs, Director of Litigation & Valuation Services at Appelrouth, Farah & Co. is awarded the 2011 Top CPAs & Financial Professional in Litigation Support by South Florida Legal Guide.
Be honest – you’ve thought about what it’d be like to win the lottery. What you might not have considered is the amount you’d actually end up with once you collect your winnings. After factoring in how much you spent on your lottery tickets, plus cuts from retailers and state and federal taxes, you’re looking
Have you ever heard of the marriage penalty? It means you could be taxed more as a married couple than you would as single people making the same amount of money. This is because single filers almost always have higher income thresholds when moving to higher tax brackets. Personal exemptions and itemized deductions can also
In light of the numerous hurricanes forming this season, disaster planning for Florida businesses is a vital and necessary process. But individuals and families need to also prepare for worst-case scenarios. With so many issues to consider, the topic can seem a little overwhelming. To help simplify matters, here are five keys to disaster planning that everyone should consider: Insurance. Start
Don’t leave it up to chance – check your 2017 tax withholdings while you still have some time to make changes. You can use the withholding calculator on the IRS website to see if you are paying too much or not enough. To make a change, fill out a Form W-4 and give it to
Fourth-quarter interest rates will stay the same. Those rates include: 4 percent for overpayments (3 percent for corporations), 1.5 percent for the portion of a corporate overpayment over $10,000, 4 percent for underpayments and 6 percent for large corporation underpayments.