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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.

Resource: Have You Recently Received a Layoff Notice? What Are the First Steps You Should Take?

No matter the situation, leaving a job is an emotional and intimidating experience. It is especially terrifying when it wasn’t something you had planned for ahead of time. However, there are steps you can take to aid in your financial well-being and peace of mind.

Resource: Should You Make a “Charitable IRA Rollover” in 2016

Taking an IRA withdrawal and donating it to charity can be a tax-smart option for charitably inclined retirees. But if you’re eligible, you might save more tax by making a direct charitable IRA rollover.

Resource: What the New Overtime Rules Mean to You

On May 18, the Department of Labor (DOL) came out with its new final rules, which take effect on December 1, 2016. The rules will significantly raise the salary level used to determine whether employees are eligible for overtime and will affect more than 4 million salaried employees, according to the DOL.

Resource: Understand the Tax Consequences of Selling Your Home

Your home might be one of your biggest investments, but the tax treatment of a sale can differ from that of other investments. Here’s what you need to know if you’re preparing to sell your principal residence or vacation home.

Resource: Unexpected Retirement Plan Disqualification Can Trigger Serious Tax Problems

It’s not unusual for the IRS to conduct audits of qualified employee benefit plans, including 401(k)s. Plan sponsors are expected to stay in compliance with numerous, frequently changing federal laws and regulations. If the IRS uncovers compliance errors and the plan sponsor doesn’t fix them, the plan could be disqualified.

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