You may be surprised to learn about the potential relationship. Provided by Charlie Miracle, CPA at Cordell, Neher & Company, PLLC Does your credit history partly determine the cost of your life insurance? It may. The potential for such a relationship may surprise you and is not without controversy. Insurers think a good credit history…

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By Martin Straub Martin Straub is the owner of SimplePowerIT, LLC, an affiliate of Cordell, Neher & Company, PLLC, and provides cybersecurity and technology solutions and support to NCW businesses and nonprofits. Martin can be reached at (509) 433-7606 or martin@simplepowerit.com. In the early days of the internet, most individuals and businesses considered themselves safe…

By Timothy M. Dilley, CPA, Cordell, Neher & Company, P The tax reform legislation that Congress approved in December of 2017 was the largest change to the tax system in more than three decades. The last time the U.S. tax code saw such a significant reform was under President Reagan in 1986. Under this new…

By Mariette “Pete” Luchini, CPA, Wenatchee Certified Public Accountant Arguably one of the worst ways to spend your time is dealing with the IRS over tax debt. It ranks with the likes of stomach flu and waiting in line at the DMV. The good news is the IRS will generally work with you in order…

By Mariette “Pete” Luchini, CPA, Cordell, Neher & Company, Wenatchee, Certified Public Accountant The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created by our government in late December is the largest change to the tax system in over three decades. Under this new legislation, substantial changes have been made to both individual and corporate tax rates. While…

By Timothy M. Dilley, CPA, Wenatchee Certified Public Accountant Learning you are a victim of identity theft can be a stressful event. Identity theft is also a challenge to businesses, organizations and government agencies, including the IRS. Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security Number to file a tax return claiming…

Invest time in planning for higher education By Mariette “Pete” Luchini, CPA, Cordell, Neher & Company, Wenatchee, Certified Public Accountant Today, a post-secondary education is a minimum requirement for most high-skilled occupations and many parents expect their children to continue schooling after age 18. Unfortunately, the nationwide average cost of a college education continues to…