NHSCPA participates in a nationwide effort to help consumers become money-wise managers. The following links are
tools to help you with financial decisions-whether you’re starting college, a new business or retiring-and
anywhere in between.
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Retirees must prepare for needs related to long-term care, health insurance, investment strategies and end-of-life care.
The Find A CPA Directory is an interactive database of participating MSCPA members. Individuals and business owners can use this directory to find the perfect CPA to partner with. Find A CPA in your area that specializes in a particular service or industry.
Tips, Hints & Warning Signs
The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration is warning the public of an IRS Telephone Scam that appears to be continuing even after tax filing season.
Managing your finances is a lifelong journey. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants with Support from the NHSCPA presents 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy. This web site offers lots of information in the form of articles, FAQs and tools to help you make financial decisions at every stage of your life.
The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration is warning the public of fraudulent emails claiming to come from an employee at the Department attempting to collect money allegedly owed by the email recipient.
The U.S. government offers special tax relief to members of the U.S. armed forces and veterans in recognition of their sacrifices to protect our nation. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants offers the following information about those tax breaks so that active and retired military personnel and their families can get the benefits they deserve.
The New Hampshire Jump$tart Coalition seeks to improve the personal financial literacy of young adults. NH Jump$tart evaluates the financial literacy of young adults; develops, disseminates and encourages the use of standards for grades K-College; and promotes the teaching of personal finance.
Taxpayers who decide they need assistance when preparing a tax return should choose a tax preparer with care and caution. Even if a return was prepared by an outside individual or firm, taxpayers should remember that they are legally responsible for what they file with the Internal Revenue Service.
This comprehensive tax website puts CPA knowledge and information directly at consumers’ fingertips. It contains interactive functionality featuring tax articles, calculators, FAQs, resources for choosing a CPA and CPA-written tax blogs. In addition, consumers can ask CPA members vital, tax-related questions through Ask A CPA, and their answers will be posted on the site.