University of Alabama Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Areas of Emphasis:
Construction, Warehouse / Distribution, Small Business Advising, Not-for-Profits, Defense Contracting, Employee Benefit Plan Auditing, Business Consulting, Personal & Corporate Taxation
Huntsville Rotory Club - Board Member and Strive Mentor
Asbury United Methodist Church - Youth Small Group Leader
Madison Baseball Association -Former Treasurer
Asbury Thrift Store - Former Treasurer and Board Member
Leadership Huntsville/Madison County - Leadership Class L-27 Member
Married to Sandy with our two sons (Chad and Matthew) in Madison; enjoy working with youth through our church and Rotary's Strive program that works with youth at Butler High School and being involved with our son's numerous sport activities and lives.
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The combination of running a business and your life and preparing for tax time can drive some people into a slight panic. But no need to get stressed if you are prepared. Now is the time to start organizing all documents required to file your tax return.
The weekend February 23-25, 2019, presents a tax-saving opportunity for those seeking to prepare for the storms that accompany spring (and summer, and fall) in North Alabama. Before the hail, tornadoes, straight-line wind, microbursts, and other meteorological mayhem commences, Alabama Department of Revenue is holding its seventh annual Severe Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday. Items like weather radios, duct tape, tarps, and flashlights are included in this holiday. But also listed are some items that may also prove useful for another season - football season!
In general, meals provided to employees are considered to be income to the employee and must be reported on their W-2. The exception to this is if the meal is provided for the employer's convenience. But what does this actually mean? The IRS recently issued guidance on when these meals are or are not considered income. Like most things related to the IRS, facts and circumstances of each individual case need to considered. However, there are some general guidelines which are summarized below.