Posted 5/6/13 at 1:28 PM | John Dillard
Atlanta CPA Says.... Taxpayers Can Gain Tax Penalty Abatement
Tax Representation is not for those who choose to represent themselves as just as Believers have Jesus Christ to be an Advocate with us with our Heavenly Father (Job 16:19), so should all taxpayers seek to work with a CPA who is well versed with tax representation issues. Recently we had the opportunity to retain a new client who had utilized the services of someone who was not a CPA nor familiar with IRS tax representation issues. Though it took some number of months to address adjudicate the issue, we received notification that the IRS abated over $26, 000 in Tax Penalties that had previously been assessed a taxpayer.
Posted 5/1/13 at 9:24 AM | John Dillard
Atlanta CPA...I am tired of being a Mamby Pamby Christian
Frequently when we are in the midst of pain, we forget who made us and who are true deliverer is. It is at these times that we need to redouble our efforts to seek Jesus with all our heart soul and might. For it is in the darkest of times, when we walk through the valley of the shadow of death, that we need to lean HARD, on HIM and not our own understanding. For even when we think he has deserted us, he has never left our side and has been constantly there watching and waiting for us to seek Him alone for solace, comfort and salvation. For He will fight all of our battles as indeed He will redeem us with His righteousness.
Posted 5/1/13 at 9:02 AM | John Dillard |
Atlanta CPA on Incorporating Your New Entrepreneurial Business
Now that you have started a new business and now need tax advice to take your business to the next level and to ensure that you set up as the correct/best legal entity type for your new Georgia business. Choosing to incorporate your business as a corporation will do much to protect your personal assets from legal liability issues while potentially shrinking your overall year-end tax obligation while also providing benefits for yourself, as well as your employees. We are here to serve you as you make this important decision. Over the decades we have helped thousands pursue the dream of owning their own business and helping them understand and utilize the entity choice that is best-suited for their business.
Posted 5/1/13 at 8:59 AM | John Dillard
Atlanta CPA Advises America's Taxpayers on IRS Representation Issues
Working with the IRS is not for the faint hearted or ill advised. The Bible teaches us throughout its text that we should seek the wise counsel of others and then to be and get the help of disciples who are willing to help lead us down the right path. Seek good Godly counsel from the best professionals you can find as it will pay many long term dividends. Having Served in the United States as a CPA for decades I have learned again and again that seeking wise counsel is the beginning to wisdom. Therefore working with a CPA who is well versed in IRS Representation issues is your best option in dealing with the IRS towards successful IRS negotiation. The below is a sample letter a CPA/Tax Attorney might use to send to the IRS to begin to address open IRS tax issues. Though many issues on the surface may appear simple, their successful resolution is very rarely, if ever, a quick and easy process.
Posted 4/29/13 at 10:35 AM | John Dillard
We are called as Believers to Do Everything as if Doing it for the Very Glory of God.
Think about it. EVERYTHING you do as if doing it for God Himself.
Would this change how you do life?
Would this change the way you do work?
Would this change the way you are a husband or a wife? Would this change the way you serve at church, on missions, in your neighborhood?
Posted 4/26/13 at 11:01 AM | John Dillard |
I have learned much over the last ten years. One of the biggest is that we are ALL part of the Body of Christ with MUCH to each give. It is to that end I seek wisdom and your input. Be thinking with me about the Prayer Walk we plan to do for our Navajo Family Mission Trip.
I am working on some ideas in greater form and will be presenting them to you shortly.
Would welcome each one of our groups manning one of the Prayer Walk Stations from our VBS, Sports Camp, Senior Center, Mens and Ladies Bible Study.
I welcome your input in all of them...some of the ones have been on my mind initially are:
Posted 4/24/13 at 1:08 PM | John Dillard |
Is Your Reading of the Bible Just Words on a Page?
Have you ever had the experience of reading the Bible and what you are reading just become words on the paper? I know I have. All of sudden while reading I realize that I am reading it like it is a novel rather than the Word of God. I will go back and read it again and get the same result. It is frustrating and I feel like the Holy Spirit has gone away or taking a nap! Eventually after several attempts of reading with the same result I get up and go outside and start praying, hoping I can get guidance and understanding of the reading. I will go back and it is still the same. "Hey Counselor where are You!"
Posted 4/23/13 at 11:22 AM | John Dillard
Free Tax and Financial Information Directory for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs Offered by Atlanta CPA
At His CPA PC we seek to serve and give back to the community to which we both live and work. I pray our efforts to assist you to grow and manage your business both enlighten and enrich your efforts allowing you to serve God yet even more.
Posted 4/22/13 at 12:30 PM | John Dillard |
From Prophecy to Reality
Throughout the Old Testament there are many stories of the struggles of the Chosen people of God. Beginning with the disobedience of Adam and Eve, establishment of sin, all the way to Malachi, the last book of the Old Testament. However throughout these stories there are, sometimes very vague and sometimes very clear, prophecies of the coming of the Messiah. Some say there are over 400 different prophecies of His coming. I am going to just point out a few of those some claim to be the most clear.
Posted 4/22/13 at 12:22 PM | John Dillard
Dear disciples of Christ,
I’m writing this letter to share with you about the journey that God and I have been on the last few months. To start, I really enjoyed going to Pueblo Pintado last year with you guys. It was my first missions trip ever, and I loved it! From the beginning of this year, God has been putting on my heart that He wants me to go back to PP this year. So then my mind starts the questioning—for instance, Can I take off from my new job? I’m broke, where is the money going to come from? What would be the cheapest way for me to go? And a million other questions! But, in the middle of my worrying, God stopped me and sent along His will and plan for me!