Here are a few key tax-related deadlines for businesses during Q1 of 2019. JAN. 31: File 2018 Forms W-2 with the Social Security Administration and provide copies to employees. Also provide copies of 2018 Forms 1099-MISC to recipients and, if reporting nonemployee compensation in Box 7, file, too. FEB. 28: File 2018 Forms 1099-MISC if not required earlier and paper filing. MAR. 15: If a calendar-year partnership or S corp., file or extend your 2018 tax return. bit.ly/2PlOBbk ... See MoreSee Less

Here are a few key tax-related deadlines for businesses during Q1 of 2019. JAN. 31: File 2018 Forms W-2 with the Social Security Administration and provide copies to employees. Also provide copies of 2018 Forms 1099-MISC to recipients and, if reporting nonemployee compensation in Box 7, file, too. FEB. 28: File 2018 Forms 1099-MISC if not required earlier and paper filing. MAR. 15: If a calendar-year partnership or S corp., file or extend your 2018 tax return. http://bit.ly/2PlOBbk

We're currently hiring for the position of Accounting Specialist! Please apply at lenhartmason.bamboohr.com/jobs/

We’re also looking for CPA’s and CPA candidates to join our team of Professional Staff!
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Were currently hiring for the position of Accounting Specialist!  Please apply at https://lenhartmason.bamboohr.com/jobs/

We’re also looking for CPA’s and CPA candidates to join our team of Professional Staff!

It’s a great time of year for businesses to show their appreciation for employees and customers by giving them gifts or hosting holiday parties. Gifts to customers are generally deductible up to $25 per recipient per year. De minimis, noncash gifts to employees aren’t included in their taxable income yet are still deductible by you. Holiday parties are fully deductible provided they’re primarily for the benefit of non-highly-compensated employees and their families. If customers attend, parties may be partially deductible. bit.ly/2r7ciKY ... See MoreSee Less

It’s a great time of year for businesses to show their appreciation for employees and customers by giving them gifts or hosting holiday parties. Gifts to customers are generally deductible up to $25 per recipient per year. De minimis, noncash gifts to employees aren’t included in their taxable income yet are still deductible by you. Holiday parties are fully deductible provided they’re primarily for the benefit of non-highly-compensated employees and their families. If customers attend, parties may be partially deductible. http://bit.ly/2r7ciKY

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Our partner group is taking a break from meetings to host a reception for the students and faculty of the accounting and finance departments. A fun evening with some wonderful people! #TheWorldNeedsMoreCowboys #GoWyo ... See MoreSee Less

The Casper area is home to many wonderful locally owned businesses. Remember to get out there and support our friends and neighbors during the holidays and all year long! #SmallBizSat #ShopSmall ... See MoreSee Less

The Casper area is home to many wonderful locally owned businesses.  Remember to get out there and support our friends and neighbors during the holidays and all year long! #SmallBizSat #ShopSmall

Best wishes for a happy and blessed Thanksgiving from our family to yours! ... See MoreSee Less

Best wishes for a happy and blessed Thanksgiving from our family to yours!

Our offices will close at 2pm on Wednesday, November 21st and will remain closed until Monday, November 26th to allow our employees to spend time with their families over the Thanksgiving holiday. We hope you all have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less

Our offices will close at 2pm on Wednesday, November 21st and will remain closed until Monday, November 26th to allow our employees to spend time with their families over the Thanksgiving holiday.  We hope you all have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
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