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Office Operations as of April 1, 2020

In light of the recent executive order to shelter in place by Governor Northam, our office will be closed starting April 1, 2020 and continue through June 10, 2020 (unless new guidance is issued). We will be working remotely in order to complete any new or in process tax returns, bookkeeping, and payroll. Someone will […]

UPDATED COVID-19 RESPONSE

As we continue to learn more about COVID-19 and as the recommended precautions continue to evolve, we are finding ourselves in an unusual position.  Our core values and personal preferences are to meet with you and provide in-person service, however, we must take the advice from health organizations and those with whom the expertise lies. […]

Covid-19 Response

We take our relationship with you, our clients, very seriously.  You are a valued member of our community.  It is in that vein and in accordance with our core values, that we must take steps to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for you and our staff.  Tax season brings the joy of seeing […]

Do you need a “paycheck checkup”?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made significant changes that affect federal income tax withholding. The TCJA lowers the income tax rates, changes the tax brackets, increases the standard deduction, removes personal exemptions, increases the child tax credit, and limits or discontinues certain deductions. These changes may have complicated your wage withholding situation. You […]

Important information for the 2018 Tax Season

The IRS has announced that the tax filing season for tax year 2017 will open on January 29, 2018.  Although this means that they will begin accepting electronic and paper filed returns on that day, paper filed returns will not be processed until sometime in February.  This is one of numerous reasons why filing electronically […]

Tax Tips for Self-Employed Taxpayers

For more than 10% of the population, tax season arrives with the daunting task of accounting for their small business as a self-employed taxpayer.  What is and isn’t deductible is the source of much confusion.  Here are a few tips to help guide the self-employed. One of the most commonly asked questions is “Can I […]

Delayed Refunds for Many 2016 Tax Returns

There are some important changes that will impact your individual income tax return for tax year 2016.  The changes range from refund delays, due diligence requirements and updated exemption and deduction amounts. Any tax return that claims the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) will be delayed beginning with […]

Thank you, Lakeside!

  Lakeside will forever hold a place in my heart.  My dad, Earl W Moore, started this business 30 years ago in The Hub shopping center and we have called The Hub home ever since. In 2008, I stepped in to help run the business as Dad battled Leukemia. After he passed and I took […]

The next chapter

Exciting changes are taking place at E. W. Moore & Company, Inc.!  As a valued client, I want to take this opportunity to share our news with you. For 30 years, my family has served you from the Hub Shopping Center on Lakeside Avenue, including 20 years in our present location.  With your loyalty, we […]

Home Office Deduction

You’ve decided to start a small business working out of your home. Life is great and you can’t beat the commute. Now, how will this affect your income taxes? Can you deduct expenses for use of your home? The answer is that it depends…on a lot of things. First of all, the business must be […]