At Hylander CPA Firm PLLC, we’re great with numbers, but more importantly, we’re great with people. We make it our goal to help you achieve a bright financial future. When your profitability and future success is at stake, we know the cookie-cutter approach doesn’t cut it, which is why we take the time to get to know you, your business and your goals.
Our experienced team of trusted advisors go beyond traditional CPA services, providing expertise in all aspects of accounting and advisory services. We work with you to gain a deep understanding of where you are now as well as where you want to be. We know we can’t help you grow your business until we get to know all about you. It really is our favorite part of the job!
Put your focus back on your business by handing your accounting work over to our firm. When you outsource your accounting function to us, you get a team of professionals working for you. We handle your complex tax and accounting work while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
I have been highly impressed with Debbie and her team!! I moved to the area last year and was looking for a CPA. I am so thankful I found Hylander!! Debbie and her team are not only very knowledgeable but so helpful and professional. They are simply OUTSTANDING!! Thank you!!!read more
I have been working with Debbie and her staff for a couple of years. She has always been available for any questions and advice. Her experience and expertise has been helpful on many occasions. Recently, we talked about the new tax laws and how they'll affect me as a small business owner. I would highly recommend Hylander CPA Firm.read more
The deadline for filing Forms 1099 for payments made to your vendors in 2018 is January 31, 2019!
The IRS requires Form 1099 to be filed if you made payments during the year as part of your trade or business (including rental real estate) for the following activities:
Services performed by independent contractors or others (not employees of your business);
Changes to the individual and corporate income tax rates that take effect beginning in 2018 under the major piece of tax legislation called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act).
Rate changes for individuals. Individuals are subject to income tax on “ordinary income,” such as compensation, and most retirement and interest income, at increasing rates that apply to...
New limit placed on individuals' itemized deductions of various kinds of nonbusiness taxes, which was made by the massive Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), effective beginning with the 2018 tax year.
Before the changes were effective, individuals were permitted to claim the following types of taxes as itemized deductions, even if they were not business related: