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I have trusted Parms + Company with all our tax and accounting needs for over a decade. I have always been very pleased with their professionalism, knowledgeably, flexibility and high degree of personal attention. Though I’m sure their roster is deep, they always make me feel like I am their only client. I consider John Parms a mentor, trusted advisor and a friend. He and the rest of his team keep us in good hands and on a good track. I look forward to having Parms + Company as a strong partner to Fine Citizens for may years to come. - Phil Wilson Founder, President & CEO Fine Citizens

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The Parms blog shares our insights about trending and time-tested topics that are important to our clients and the profession.

Affordable Care Act: Are you in compliance?

Is your employer payment health plan in compliance with the Affordable Care Act? Employer payment health plans have been around for many years. Many small businesses offer employer payment health . . .

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PCORI Fee: Do I have to file it?

Do you offer health insurance benefits? You may have to file yet another IRS form.What is the PCORI fee?   The Affordable Care Act imposes a fee on specified health insurance . . .

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Bureau of Workers’ Comp Deadlines Are Changing

BWC is changing the way it bills for workers’ compensation coverage – including deadlines you don’t want to miss. For decades, the agency has billed for employer premiums after-the-fact. It . . .

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Ted Johnson wins award from OSCPA

The Ohio Society of CPAs honors our partner Ted Johnson for his exceptional contributions to the accounting profession. OSCPA will recognize Ted at their annual meeting to be held June . . .

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IRS Introduces Penalty Relief for Small Retirement Plans

The Internal Revenue Service will begin a one-year pilot program in June to help small businesses with retirement plans that owe penalties for not filing reporting documents. By filing current . . .

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3 Ways to Prepare For Your Financial Audit

For some, preparing for an audit can be a nerve-racking experience. Here are three ways to make your audit an easier experience. 1. Communicate – Communication with your auditors is . . .

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IRS Announces 2015 HSA Limits

The 2015 deduction limits on contributions to a high-deductible health savings account for an individual with self-only coverage is $3,350, the Internal Revenue Service said April 23 in Revenue Procedure . . .

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My Taxes Are Filed – So What Should I Keep?

To toss or not to toss… that is the question! Now that you’ve completed your taxes for 2013, you’re probably wondering what old tax records can be discarded. If you . . .

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Unclaimed Funds Audit – Can you pass?

All businesses that operate in the State of Ohio, or hold funds due to Ohio residents, are required to file an Annual Report of Unclaimed Funds. We are seeing and . . .

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6 Facts About Home Office Deductions

Home Office Deductions now feature simpler options. If you work from home, you should learn the rules for how to claim the home office deduction. Starting this year, there is . . .

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