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What is a Federal Tax Lien?

A tax lien is a term used to refer to the claim on a tax payer’s property that a government uses to protect themselves against unpaid tax obligations. A tax lien is only sent to you after you have been sent a bill and it remains unpaid. The government files the... read more

President Trump’s Current Proposed Tax Structure

During his campaign last year, President Trump promised big tax cuts in the years to come. Now that he’s taken office, what kinds of changes can we expect as taxpayers? Are we going to notice a big difference in our taxes right away, if at all? We’re here today to... read more

Bodine Perry Welcomes New Interns to the Firm

Canfield, Ohio, February 15th, 2017—Bodine Perry, a national accounting firm with several offices in Ohio and Florida welcomes two accounting students to its internship program this semester. The firm has been providing accounting, tax, retirement, business services... read more

What You Need to Know About 2017 Tax Brackets

Tax time is upon us once again, and if you’re like many Americans, you may struggle to figure out which tax bracket you belong to. Each year, the IRS adjusts over 40 tax provisions due to inflation, pushing many people into higher income tax brackets and reducing the... read more

The Cost of HIPAA Compliance

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) sets standards on the protection of sensitive patient data. Companies that handle protected health information must have in place physical, network as well as process security measures to make... read more