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Our dedicated team serves the unique needs of small- to medium-sized, privately-held automobile and truck dealerships.

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We have the experience and expertise needed to help address many of the operational and financial challenges faced by professional service firms. We also partner with attorneys to provide a range of value added services designed to help them serve their clients.

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Manufacturing & Distribution

We assist a broad range of manufacturing and distribution entities with their unique financial requirements. We maintain the highest quality standards in our compliance work and focus on bottom line results, strategic planning, and asset protection.

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Our team of international consultants, tax professionals, and accountants have helped clients from over 30 countries expand into the US. We have also helped numerous US businesses expand outside our borders.

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Silver Advantage Alerts

Silver Advantage AlertsMichael Silver & Company CPAs provides timely updates on important accounting, tax and consulting developments impacting our clients, as individuals and as business owners.

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President Trump on April 26th, just before his “100 days” in office, unveiled his highly-anticipated tax reform outline –the “2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs.” The outline calls for dramatic tax cuts and simplification: lower individual tax rates under a three-bracket structure, doubling the standard deduction, and more than halving the corporate tax rate; along with changing the tax treatment of pass-through businesses, expanding child and dependent incentives, and more. Both the alternative minimum tax and the federal estate tax would be eliminated. The White House proposal does not include spending and tax incentives for infrastructure; nor a controversial “border tax.”


The Treasury Department is to undertake a review and re-evaluation of tax regulations issued by the IRS since January 1, 2016. President Trump signed an Executive Order 13789 (“Identifying and Reducing Tax Regulatory Burdens”) ordering this action on April 21. Following its review and re-evaluation, the Treasury Department will make recommendations.


The IRS processed more than 128 million returns and issued some 97 million refunds without hitting any major roadblocks by the end of the filing season. As in past years, the vast majority of returns were filed electronically. Likewise, most refunds were deposited electronically. Although the filing season has ended for most individuals, millions are on extensions.


Although the employee may end up with the same amount whether something is designated a tip or a service charge, the IRS reporting requirements for the employer do differ. Basically, any amount required to be paid by a customer rather than at the customer’s discretion is considered a service charge by the IRS.


As an individual or business, it is your responsibility to be aware of and to meet your tax filing/reporting deadlines. This calendar summarizes important federal tax reporting and filing data for individuals, businesses and other taxpayers for the month of May 2017.