Blog posts from: 2018

Understanding the 72t distribution (SOSEPP)

A 72t distribution is shorthand for the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 72, part t. The most popular provision of this code section is known as a Series of Substantially Equal Periodic Payments (SOSEPP) and is a method by which...

Penalty relief for 2016 partnership filings

The IRS has issued a notice providing more time for partnerships, real estate mortgage investment conduits and some other types of businesses to file their returns. If your partnership has received a late filing notice for 2016 tax year because...

Scam Alert: IRS warns taxpayers of new email scam targeting Hotmail users

The Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers and tax professionals of a new email scam targeting Hotmail users that is being used to steal personal and financial information. The phishing email subject line reads: “Internal Revenue Service Email No. XXXX...

Meet the SR team: Sean Allen

  • January 10, 2018
  • Kelly O'Donnell

For those starting out in the accounting profession, there’s no better way to get real world experience than being an intern. ShindelRock recently hired Sean Allen to fill that role. Sean is currently studying accounting, with the ultimate goal of...

What the new tax law means for businesses filing U.S. tax returns

  • January 4, 2018
  • Maria Montie, CPA, MST, CVA, MAFF

Keeping abreast of the swiftly changing tax landscape for our clients is an important part of the work we do at ShindelRock.  The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is a sweeping tax package, with implications for nearly...

What the new tax law means for individuals filing U.S. taxes

  • January 4, 2018
  • Maria Montie, CPA, MST, CVA, MAFF

 ShindelRock--Tax Video #5: Changes to Individual Income Tax Returns Keeping abreast of the swiftly changing tax landscape for our clients is an important part of the work we do at ShindelRock.  The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act...