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Inheritance Tax

Picture this: Your great Aunt Joanie passed away earlier this year at 102. She lived a long and wonderful life and wanted to share the fruits of her life’s work and bequeathed you a sizable amount of money. Before you earmark these funds for a summer home…

The Identity Theft Protection PIN-Should you get one?

Beginning in January 2020, the IRS expanded the Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program to all taxpayers who can verify their identities. This means, you can now be proactive in further protecting yourself from identity theft.

2020/21 Tax Season at Eiger, Lang & Company, CPA LLC

Believe it or not, Tax Season 2020/21 has officially begun! While we remained hopeful that the COVID-19 pandemic would be behind us and we could operate our firm as we normally did in years past, it is evident that this is not the case. Therefore, we had to make the difficult decision to continue with a virtual tax season.

Employee Retention Updates 2021

Working from home or sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it many changes…

It’s That Time Of Year…BACK TO SCHOOL

“What a teacher is, is more important than what he teaches”-Karl A. Menniger, renown American psychiatrist It’s that time of year, BACK TO SCHOOL. While that term may look different this academic year, one thing remains the same: Teachers are an integral part of our children’s future and they deserve tax deductions too! Now more than ever, our educators have a lot on their plate and the last thing on… Read More »It’s That Time Of Year…BACK TO SCHOOL

Working for BEL

I was the kid who could add up a series of three digit numbers in my head before you could say, “Math.”

And Now for Some Good News

We truly hope that everyone is holding up as well as can be expected as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. While there is still a lot of uncertainty about the situation, we want to provide you with some positive news!                                                                 What’s going on? According to the U.S. Labor Department, the number of Americans who have filed for unemployment is 31.8 million. And, the American economy has been thrown into its worst… Read More »And Now for Some Good News