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Update: AHP Announces the Promotion of Five Team Members

Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC is proud to announce the recent promotions of five team members.

Resource: Education Savings Plans Help Ease the Financial Burden of Higher Education

No doubt about it, the cost of higher education is…well, high. As college tuition and fees continue to increase every year, being able to financially support your child through college is a real concern for many parents. However, it is never too early to start saving for your child’s education.

Update: AHP Announces Partner Promotion in its Grand Rapids Office

Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC (AHP) is proud to announce the promotion of Stephanie M. Cleaver, CPA to partner effective January 1, 2017.

Update: IRS Announces Mileage Rates for 2017

The Internal Revenue Service recently issued the 2017 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.

Update: New Overtime Rules Suspended for Now

A little more than a week before the deadline for the rules was to take effect, a federal court has issued an injunction, at least temporarily blocking implementation of the changes.

Update: AHP Announces Merger with Grand Rapids Firm, MAS Advisory Services, Inc.

AHP is pleased to announce the merger of MAS Advisory Services, Inc. into the Grand Rapids office of AHP effective November 1, 2016.

Update: AHP Announces Merger with Ann Arbor Firm, Miller & Associates, P.C.

Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC (AHP) is pleased to announce the merger of Miller & Associates, P.C. with AHP effective November 1, 2016.

Update: AHP Announces Eight Promotions

Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC (AHP) has is proud to announce the promotion of eight team members.

Update: The IRS is Warning Taxpayers About a Fake Tax Notice Email Scam

The IRS recently issued an alert for taxpayers to be on the lookout for fake emails being sent out claiming to contain CP2000 notices. A CP2000 is generated by the IRS Automated Underreporter Program when income reported from third-party sources, such as an employer, does not match the income reported on the tax return. It provides extensive instructions to taxpayers about what to do if they agree or disagree with the determination that additional tax is owed.

Update: Three Tax-Smart Strategies for Giving

It’s the goal of many Americans to pass wealth to the next generation. To maximize what goes to your loved ones vs. Uncle Sam, you need to carefully plan your gifts.

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