Year-End Client Letter: Current Requirements for Documentation and Reporting

 

Dear Friends and Clients of Blue & Co.:

It is that time of year again when we take this opportunity to provide you with some reminders and information regarding the current requirements for documenting and reporting various items that have come about as a result of various tax provisions, and other important information that could potentially affect reporting for you or your business.

If you should have any questions about this information, please contact us. We would be happy to discuss these items as they relate to you and your business. Thank you for allowing us to serve you as we head into 2019.

 

Click here to view/download our 2018 year-end client letter covering current requirements for documenting and reporting.

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