Paul B. Murray, CPA/ABV, CFF presents the 2016 Robert F. Murray & Co. CPA Scholarship to Emily Vos during the Annual Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation banquet. Robert F. Murray was an accountant and a staunch supporter of education. He started the Robert F. Murray & Company accounting firm that still bears his name and
June 1, 2016 New Overtime Ruling From The Department Of Labor (Effective December 1, 2016) The US Department of Labor (DOL) released its final rule that will raise the white collar overtime exemption threshold under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) – a decision that could affect about 7.4 million organizations. The Final Rule guarantees a
Congratulations to Kara Bourland, the 2015 Robert F. Murray & Co. CPA Scholarship recipient! Robert F. Murray was an accountant and a staunch supporter of education. He started the Robert F. Murray & Company accounting firm that still bears his name and is now located both in Mt. Pleasant and Midland. His son Paul now
Robert F. Murray & Company CPAs, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Janet Cline to their Mt. Pleasant location. Janet joins the firm with over 20 years of experience in accounting, banking and real estate. Her main focus at Robert F. Murray & Co., CPAs include payroll, office/data management and customer service. Robert
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Written by: Keith Frame, CPA I’ve not heard much discussion about the expiration of the increased Section 179 deduction or the expiration of Bonus depreciation under Code Section 168(k). Both of these provisions expired as of December 31, 2013.
Written by: Paul B. Murray Employers who paid FICA tax on severance pay on a 2010 employment tax return should consider filing a protective refund claim by April 15, 2014, to ensure that they receive a refund of the FICA tax that they paid if the Supreme Court ultimately decides in U.S. v. Quality Stores
Written by: Michael Riley, CPA On August 29th, the IRS issued guidance stating that same-sex couples married in jurisdictions that recognize same-sex marriage will be treated as married for federal tax purposes—regardless of where they reside. The IRS ruling goes a step further than the Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Windsor, which requires