Scam Warning! Intuit QuickBooks Support

Businesses should beware when searching online for QuickBooks support. Scammers posing as Intuit employees are posting fake phone numbers and contact information pretending to offer support services. When businesses call, the purported tech support person (oftentimes located outside the US) asks to remote login to their computer to take a look at the issue or […]

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Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C., Recognized as Top Colorado Accounting Firm and Regional Leader

Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C., was recognized as a Top Colorado Accounting Firm and voted by the public as Best Local Accounting Firm Runner-Up by ColoradoBiz Magazine, and a Top Regional Firm in the Mountain States Region by Accounting Today. The Top Colorado Accounting Firms are ranked by number of Colorado employees. Dalby Wendland is […]

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Bowling for the Pro Bono Project

   DWC would like to thank the organizers of the “Big LawBowlski” bowling tournament benefit for the Pro Bono Project of Mesa County. DWC’s Kelsa Frary, Sabrina Hoyt, Ray Buttermore, Jackson Harris, and Donna Hardy had a great time at the event! All proceeds support low cost legal services for the poor and victims of […]

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Supporting Entrepreneurs

DWC would like to thank Colorado Mesa University for great presentations by keynote speaker George Gillett and student entrepreneurs at this year’s Entrepreneurship Day Luncheon. We also congratulate GeoStabilization International for receiving the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award.

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Medical Expense Deductions

When thinking of tax deductions one thing you might want to consider is medical expenses. The medical deduction can only be claimed to the extent your unreimbursed costs exceed 10% (7.5% if you or your spouse have reached age 65) of your adjusted gross income (AGI). Medical costs that exceed the thresholds are added to […]

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Taxable vs. Nontaxable Income

Most income is taxable, unless specified by law. Here are some basic rules for filing your tax return: Taxable income includes: All money you earn such as wages and tips, Bartering; the fair market value of property or services received is normally taxable, Life insurance policies redeemed for cash (taxed on the amount above the […]

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IRS Scams on the Rise

Coloradoans are receiving bogus phone calls and emails from scammers pretending to be from the IRS. They are looking to con you out of money and your identity. The phone calls and emails may seem valid because scammers are imitating the IRS phone number, logo, and website. Be prudent if you receive a call or […]

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