Margaret joined the practice in January 2015, after spending 5 years with Ernst & Young, LLP, a big four accounting firm, reaching the position of tax manager. Margaret received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from East Carolina University in 2008, her Master of Science in Accounting from East Carolina University in 2009, and her NC CPA license in 2011.
She is a member of the AICPA and the NCACPA.
Margaret focuses on our more complex partnership & individual clients, and is the dedicated team member for a group of our Virtual Back Office clients, where she is integrally involved in assisting them run the accounting, tax, & payroll functions of their business.
Outside of tax season, Margaret enjoys traveling, Wake Forest & ECU sports, spending time at she and Drew’s cottage in Oriental, NC, & keeping their dogs ‘Jersey’ and ‘Okaa’ in line.
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Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, imposed what a “share-responsibility payment” on taxpayers who did not sign up for minimum essential health coverage. This payment is essentially a penalty for not being insured.
If you trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin you are required to report the transactions for tax purposes.
The IRS wants its cut and you may not know it. Call our office for assistance. Learn more in the video below.
Just a reminder that the due date for 2017 tax returns is April 17, 2018! There is no penalty for filing late if you are receiving a refund. However, it is quite a different story...