logo

70 North Main Street

Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

Call Us

856-478-0770

News & Blog

Tax season is to accountants what the holiday shopping season is to retailers, and Joan Halter CPA is no exception. In fact, many people only reach out to their accountants around tax season. We believe this is a missed opportunity! Today, we’re sharing 5 things your NJ CPA can help you with outside of tax season.   1. Beneficial Fund […]
Read more
On the surface, analyzing the financial health of your business seems fairly straightforward. If every month you are able to pay your bills, cover your expenses, pay yourself and your employees, and remain in the black, then you’re running a successful small business, right? Well, not quite. While these positive benchmarks will give you a solid foundation, we’ve curated a […]
Read more
At tax time, we know you want us to process your records as swiftly and independently as possible—and we want that too! In preparation for next year’s filing frenzy, we’re sharing the 6 steps you can take to help your NJ CPA office be as helpful to you as possible. Keep Accurate Records Promptly Our memories tend to shift over […]
Read more
An experienced CPA knows all of the state and federal tax laws and will have income tax tips that will be sure to put more money in your pocket.
Read more
Just days ago, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan act, which allocates $1.9 trillion for COVID-19 relief. The act provides funds for individuals, including an extension of unemployment benefits and new health insurance assistance in addition to the expected stimulus funds. Citizens should begin receiving their stimulus payments as early as this week. Here’s how to determine the benefits for […]
Read more
Tax season has just begun, which means it’s time to consider the benefits of choosing Halter CPA as your personal tax ally. All tax preparers are not equal in terms of certification, expertise, training, and level of experience.  Unfortunately, when an individual’s tax preparer makes a mistake, it’s the taxpayer who quite literally pays the price. Here, then, are some […]
Read more
The official start of the 2021 tax season was postponed until February 12. I know this year’s tax season will be unique due to the complexities resulting from the ongoing pandemic and the relief packages passed as a result. As you know, Congress instated multiple tax policy changes this year. As a result, taxpayers are being highly encouraged to file […]
Read more
The Small Business Administration is now offering government-subsidized PPP loans as part of this year’s $284-billion aid package. This program is intended to assist small businesses that are at the highest risk of going under. While the last round of PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loans allowed the nation’s largest banks access to funds before community banks, this round ensures that […]
Read more
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who received pandemic relief stimulus payments, or are waiting on payments that have not yet arrived, you may be concerned about your 2020 tax returns. Let us set your mind at ease: if your adjusted gross income (AGI) is less than $75,000 as an individual, or $150,000 as a couple filing jointly, […]
Read more
If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that life is unpredictable, and nothing is guaranteed. One year ago, no one could have predicted that we’d be under a national lockdown with strict business limitations that would continue for longer than nine months. Many businesses have burned through their emergency funds and SBA loans and are barely running on […]
Read more