Category Archives: Taxes


Steps to creating a nonprofit organization

Guest post by Angie Morris, CPA, Hawkins Cloward and Simister Charitable giving is an American tradition. We contribute to charity for a multitude of reasons. For example, to give back to society or to support a cause we feel strongly … Continue reading

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Charitable giving options

Guest post by Angie Morris, CPA, Hawkins Cloward and Simister Often we desire to share our good fortune by contributing to charities for those in need.  With tax season underway, you may be evaluating the charitable contributions you made last … Continue reading

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CEObuilder event: Consumer-driven health plans, the clear path to health reform success

CEObuilder and Bank of American Fork invite you to join us on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 to hear a presentation by Dr. Stephen Neeleman, CEO, director and co-founder of HealthEquity. Dr. Neeleman’s presentation will be about consumer-driven health plans and … Continue reading

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CEObuilder event: Tax reform, the fiscal crisis and what you can do about it

CEObuilder and Bank of American Fork invite you to join us on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 to hear a presentation by Val Oveson, CPA, CFF, CGMA and partner at Wisan, Smith, Racker & Prescott, LLP. He is also a former … Continue reading

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20 Essential Tips for Those 55+

Are you trying to figure out how to navigate the changing financial world into your senior years? Bank of American Fork, Soltis Investment Advisors, Jones Waldo and Tanner LC teamed up recently to present a seminar for retirees and seniors. … Continue reading

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How an Accountant Can Help Your Business

Does your business need an accountant? Most small-business owners are the chief executive officer, chief financial officer and chief marketing officer all at once when starting a new venture. As the business grows, it is inevitable that the owner will … Continue reading

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Get The Most Out of Your Deductions

Guest post by Erika Petersen, Hawkins Cloward & Simister Increased scrutiny by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has reinforced the need to properly substantiate and document tax deductions. Ensure your preparedness for four types of expenses regularly deducted by business … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Save on 2011 Taxes

Guest post by Bryant Armstrong, CPA/Partner at Squire & Company, PC  Cinderella’s carriage may have turned into a pumpkin at midnight, but the opportunity to save on your 2011 taxes did not end on December 31. Your options are limited, … Continue reading

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Why Your W-4 Can Leave You Owing Taxes

Guest post by Jenae F. Thomas, CPA, Hawkins Cloward & Simister, one of Utah’s largest independent accounting firms. She specializes in small business and individual tax return preparation.   This article should not be construed as tax advice from Bank … Continue reading

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