Voted Best Place to Work. Check out what else is going on at Linkenheimer LLP.

Linkenheimer LLP CPAs & Advisors has been selected as one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay in the eighth-annual North Bay Business Journal survey. This is truly an honor. After the North Bay Business Journal spent several months gathering nominations, anonymous employee input and extensive review, our company was named one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay. We've always said that our people are our biggest asset here at Linkenheimer. We're truly blessed to have an incredible staff with relatively low turn over. Whether it's our annual firm retreats or afternoons spent out at the lake, Linkenheimer is more than just a place to work. It's a collection of individuals, each with their own expertise's, goals and vision. Linkenheimer is honored to have such a wonderful team and we're excited to provide them with an enjoyable workplace. Thank you North Bay Business Journal for recognizing us and our amazing staff. 

Chris Jones
Marketing Director, Linkenheimer LLP

Planning for the New Medicare Taxes in 2013

Time to Plan: As summer quickly passes and we head into the last half of 2013, it is a good time to evaluate your income and deductions for the year and begin working with your CPA on planning strategies to reduce your overall tax burden. 
Details: Specifically, upper income individuals should be aware of the additional Medicare Tax which applies to earned income  (wages and self-employment income).  Prior to this new tax provision beginning in 2013, any wages paid to you by your employer were subject to a 2.9% Medicare payroll tax, which was split equally by you and your employer (1.45% each).  Beginning in 2013, wages above $200,000 for individual tax filers, or $250,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly, will be subject to an additional .9% Medicare tax.  

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Linkenheimer Happenings

Christi Valencia Selected to the Leadership Santa Rosa Program: The Leadership Santa Rosa program encourages greater community involvement by identifying and developing effective Sonoma County leaders who will help create a spirit of cooperation for the resolution of community challenges. Leadership SR Webpage

John Jones Ventures to Nicaragua: He will be leading a church team on another eye care mission trip to the Rio San Juan. Check out their page.

Chris Jones Heads to Kansas: He will be pairing up with Kansas City food writer Yosef Silver to compete in the KCK BBQ competition with the hopes of raising funds for Kansas City charity Boys Grow. For more info on the event...


In the Works?

President Barack Obama proposed a "grand bargain for middle-class jobs" on Tuesday that would cut the U.S. corporate tax rate and use billions of dollars in revenues generated by a business tax overhaul to fund projects aimed at creating jobs.

Corporate Tax Rates Cut to 28% from 35%

Manufacturing Rates to 25% from 35%

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Engineered Tax Service Event

Held at Vintners Inn on July 24th: Linkenheimer hosted Heidi Henderson from Engineered Tax Services for a one hour seminar, topics included:

-New regulations effecting Commercial Property Depreciation

-Cost Segregation Services

-Federal Incentives for Energy Efficient Buildings

-And the ability to abandon or retire assets after renovation

For more information, contact your CPA at Linkenheimer.

You can also visit Engineered Tax Services.

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