Will You Need to Amend Your 2018 Tax Return?

Most taxpayers believe that when they file their taxes each year that they are done. The exceptions to this would be receiving corrected information, forgetting to include an item of income or claiming a missed deduction. For the 2018 tax year, there is one more reason. There were several provision in the IRS tax code… Read more »

The Dreaded Tax Notice – What To Do Next

The relief of filing your tax return can be short lived if a tax notice is received. Technology and additional filing requirements have increased the amount of data the IRS and your home state has to compare to your tax filing. Although your tax filing may not be wrong, it may not match up to… Read more »

New Tax Law Impacts Gold Star Families

An unintended consequence of a provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that went into effect last year was the heavy increase in the taxation of military survivor benefits received by a child of U.S. service member who died while serving in a conflict (Gold Star family member).   Below I will explain… Read more »

Tax Tips for Your Child’s Summer Job

One of the rights of passage for many high school and college students is a summer job. Not only does it put a little extra cash in their pockets and teach them work ethic, it provides them with their first opportunity to make some tax decisions. This article will provide a little guidance and some… Read more »

YHB Welcomes Alex Fleming and Julie Carper Hay as Partner

Winchester, VA (June 1, 2019) — The shareholders of Yount, Hyde and Barbour (YHB) have voted to admit Alex Fleming and Julie Carper Hay as principals into the Firm effective June 1, 2019. “We are proud to welcome Alex and Julie as partners of YHB. Alex’s tax expertise and strong leadership contributed to the smooth… Read more »

Do As I Say, Not as I “Did”

Summer is upon us, and so comes the time for picnics, reunions, and oh yes, vacations! As I was getting ready for a short trip this weekend (without my family), I was busy making lists of what I needed to pack and the tasks my family would need to take care of at the house… Read more »

Marketing Your Government Contracting Business

It feels great to solve a prospect or client’s problem, but making new relationships and growing your business brings your satisfaction to a whole new level. I’ve always had a passion for marketing and its underlying concepts. So many of them seem like ‘common sense,’ but we all need reminders on connecting with our target… Read more »

Financing your Government Contracts

How will you meet the demands of that forthcoming task order without an ample supply of working capital? Many small businesses fail because they do not have the proper resources to support their goals. Insufficient capitalization at the company’s inception can haunt your business for years. What are your options? Should you borrow money from… Read more »

Being A Strong Leader | Great Leadership Is An Invaluable Tool

How often do you challenge your personal leadership skills? Why is this important to your organization? Surveys have shown that great leadership is an invaluable tool in retaining top talent. What is Leadership? Leadership involves motivating a group of people to pursue a common goal, or to accomplish a shared task. We frequently think about… Read more »