Numberman LLC Cash Giveaway

Greetings! First let me say thank you for choosing Numberman LLC to help you with your accounting and/or tax needs.  I would like you to know that I’m holding a drawing for three cash prizes, $100, $75 and $50.  You receive entries to the drawing by leaving 5 star ratings. Details are as follows. Download […]

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Checking In From the Tax War

There is less than 2 weeks until the personal income tax filing deadline. It’s been a really busy season at Numberman LLC. I’m working up to 14 hours some days. I enjoy it because it reminds me of the grinds I did fishing in Alaska. It’s nothing but work, eat, work, sleep, work, repeat. I’ve […]

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2017 Tax Filing Deadlines

I thought I was done with deadlines once I finished school. Nope! Being a tax accountant, I know deadlines come one after the other. You are probably familiar with the April filing deadline, but there are many other filing deadlines throughout the year. When you complete one, there’s another around the corner. When you finish them all, […]

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2017 W-4: When and How to Update this Form

Happy new year and goodbye 2016! I hope everyone’s hangover is gone, and your brains can process all kinds of fun tax and accounting concepts. We’ll start slow … Please allow me to introduce the Form W-4. For Employers The W-4 is formerly known as the “Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate.” The first order of business […]

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File a 1099 Form – Quick and Dirty Filing Info for Small Businesses

Small Businesses and Self Employed individuals may need to send a 1099 form to those they paid. New deadline: January 31, 2017 I’m guessing many of you reading this are familiar with the 1099.  If not, here is the deal. The 1099 form is a document the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) refers to as an “information […]

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What Federal 990 Tax Form Do I File? Non-Profit / Exempt

The federal 990 tax form is filed by Exempt (from tax) Organizations.  There are three versions of it.  The 990 you need to file depends on the amount of gross receipts and Total assets at the end of the year. 990 tax form versions and requirements 990-N if your gross receipts are less than $50,000.  Also known as […]

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Income Tax Refund – Where’s My Refund / Money / Flat Screen TV?

It’s income tax “Refund Season”! Find out where your refund is. Not everyone gets a refund, but for those that do, its probably the second best part tax filing.  First place goes to when the direct deposit hits the bank or the check arrives in the mail. Unfortunately, our need of immediate gratification isn’t satisfied in this […]

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$ Numberman Referral Program $

    Numberman Referral Program Numberman, LLC is a locally owned and operated accounting company in NE Portland.  We are accepting new tax clients and have established a referral program to reward kind words of mouth.  You don’t need to be a Numberman client to take advantage of it.  However, being one is more lucrative.   […]

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Oregon Income Tax Subtractions

Here is the list of Oregon income tax subtractions and their Oregon Revised Statutes!  Does anything ring a bell?  You may be able to reduce your Oregon income tax burden by claiming a subtraction for income or expenses in the year. Click a link below to find out more about the specific subtraction on the OREGON.gov website. […]

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2015 Income Tax Tips

These are just a few 2015 income tax tips – actions to take now in preparation for filing 2014 income taxes. Contribute to retirement accounts.  You have until April 15, 2015 to fund Traditional and Roth IRA’s. Make your last estimated tax payment.  Fourth quarter, 2014 payments can be made no later than January 15th, […]

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