Q & A With Debbie Brady

Congratulations to Debbie on her recent promotion! Now is a great time to get to know her and gain better insight into who she is, what she does and how she approaches work.

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Financial Stress is Rising—and Affecting Us All

Whether you’re an employee or a business owner, financial stress can take a toll on businesses and home life. In a recent US employee survey by Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), financial stress is at its highest level in five years. Workers now face more financial burdens and increased debt. In fact, over half (52 percent) are […]

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Buy Greg Orcutt’s Book Here, Second Edition!

Many entrepreneurs fail. In fact 9 out of 10 startups will fail (Forbes, 2015). Typically, entrepreneurs have good ideas, but don’t know how to convert their ideas into success. Greg Orcutt, with four other seasoned CPAs, literally “wrote the book” on practical advice for small businesses.

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Social Security and Retirement Planning

Warning! Don’t Retire Before Talking to Us If you’re in your 50s or 60s and looking at retirement—sooner than later—now is your best (and final) chance at creating a true retirement plan.You may have many questions: How can I play catch-up? Can I afford to retire early? When should I claim benefits? Will I be […]

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What if You Did NOT Have Healthcare in 2014?

What’s the Individual Mandate? What defines Coverage? What’s the Penalty? What is an Exemption? If you didn’t have healthcare, or aren’t sure you met 2014 guidelines, here’s a video to answer your questions.

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Should I Extend?

What should I know about a “Tax Extension?” You can request an “extension” of time to file your income tax returns by filing a form with the IRS. Sometimes, copies of this form must also be filed with a state or city. An extension does not give you additional time to pay the tax. You […]

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Is it Time to Hire a Tax Pro?

Whether you are an individual or own a small business (or both), preparing your own taxes can be daunting. For the first time, individuals and families in Ohio will be asked to provide basic information regarding their health insurance on their tax returns. You may have questions about this new process, healthcare questions, a complex […]

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Orcutt & Company Announces Promotion

Orcutt & Co., a Milford finance and accounting firm, advises companies and individuals on
financial planning and management.

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Business Casualty, Disaster and Theft Losses

Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to the effects of a catastrophic event such as a fire, flood, tornado, most recently landslides, or other natural disaster. 

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Is Your Business Poised for Overnight Success?

The pace of today’s business is real-time.  There’s little delay for production, shipping or even payments. On-demand environments have pushed start-ups and small businesses into a new growth curve.

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You Filed for a Tax Extension – Now What?

Like 12 million of your fellow Americans, you have filed form 4868 and requested a six-month extension and may be wondering what’s next.  Below are some steps for completing your taxes and ways to avoid expensive penalties.

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