We are now licensed to practice in Washington DC!

Sneek Peek into the upcoming year. We are committed to the continued growth of our business. Washing DC is a prime market for Kanter & Associates to expand into. Our business model and services offered with an emphasis on Forensic Accounting fit well with the demographic. More information coming soon!

Florida consumer confidence drops across-the-board in June

Floridians have turned more pessimistic, especially about where the national economy is headed this year. Overall, consumer sentiment statewide fell 1.9 points in June to 98.3 from a revised figure of 100.2 in May, according to the monthly index released Tuesday by the University of Florida. For the first time in nearly two years, all five components that make up … Read More

How Important is Accounting… Really?

Accounting isn’t sexy… it’s not exciting… it’s just necessary. But what if I told you, as a small business owner, it’s the MOST important part of your business? Don’t believe me? Think about it; no matter what you make, what you sell or how you sell it, you will have no idea how you are doing without proper numbers.  You need … Read More

5 Types of Toxic Employees (and how to manage them)

There’s that one person – the “bad apple” who has nothing positive to say, riles up other staff and can make work life miserable. Do you fire her/him? What feedback do you give? How do you mitigate the damage he/she inflicts? Getvoip.com put together this great infographic

4 Reasons Being a “Control Freak” is Holding You Back

I hear it all the time, “Well, of course, you HAVE to be a control freak to stay in control, right?…” Generally, This thinking appeals to business owners who; 1. Don’t know how to find high quality, high performing staff and have unconscious trust issues (I can’t trust anyone to do the job properly). 2. Have a big ego – … Read More

7 Keys to Becoming an Effective Leader

Follow these leadership tips to turn your business into one that consistently outperforms the competition. For many businesspeople, the last thing you want to worry about (or do) is managing people. You want to get out there and meet customers and create awesome products and bring exciting new opportunities through your front door. But unless you’ve hired people to take on … Read More

Tax Cut and Jobs Act – Guidance needed as Sec. 199A appears “poorly defined”

House Ways and Means Committee ranking member Richard Neal, D-Mass., has asked the Treasury and the IRS for guidance on the tax code’s new passthrough deduction. In a May 1 letter, Neal asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter, for clarifying guidance on Code Sec. 199A. Passthrough Deduction The new Code Sec. 199A, enacted under the Tax Cuts … Read More

Beware of IRS Scammers!

The Internal Revenue Service and its partners in the tax industry and state tax authorities warned Tuesday about a new twist on the phone scam that criminals have been using for years to steal money from taxpayers, with the fraudsters now using phone numbers that mimic IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers while demanding payment on nonexistent tax bills. The IRS and … Read More

House approves IRS reform bills

The House voted Wednesday to pass bipartisan legislation to modernize the Internal Revenue Service’s information technology systems, a day after a computer crash temporarily suspended processing of tax returns on the date of the filing deadline. The bill would also improve cybersecurity at the IRS and taxpayer identity protection. A related bill would improve taxpayer service at the IRS, and … Read More