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SWBW April 2020 Newsletter

  Don’t Be Fooled by Fitness Mistakes April Fools’ Day is a fun holiday to mess with friends and family, but it also serves as an important reminder about the dangers of deceit. When it comes to fitness, there are a lot of fads and opinions out there, and it can be difficult to parse […]

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Estate Planning

Gift and GST Tax Returns and Payments Postponed to July 15

The IRS has postponed the filing date for 2019 gift and generation-skipping transfer tax returns, and making payments of those taxes, until July 15, 2020. From Notice 2020-20 (internal citations omitted): The Secretary of the Treasury has determined that any person with a Federal gift tax or generation-skipping transfer tax payment due or the requirement […]

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SWBW March 2020 Newsletter

Making the Most of Small–Business Tax Deductions If you’re a small–business owner, tax season may feel daunting. The federal tax code and supporting documents are nearly 70,000 pages long, and you just want to make sure you’re saving as much money as possible. But how likely is it that you’ll do so? Over 93% of […]

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SWBW February 2020 Newsletter

How Mindset Shapes Your Child’s Future Growth mindset, the idea that achievement is due to hard work and effort and not just natural ability, is a hot concept these days. With an abundance of research from Carol Dweck and Angela Duckworth, science has a lot to tell us about how children learn and why teaching […]

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Firm News

SWBW Attorney, Kyle Witucky, Wins Community Leadership Award

Witucky receives Brian Wagner Leadership Award   ZANESVILLE – Kyle S. Witucky has been named the recipient of the 2020 Brian T. Wagner Community Leadership Award. The honor will be presented to Witucky on Jan. 31 during the annual Groundhog Day event at the Campus Center of Ohio University Zanesville and Zane State College. Witucky is […]

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Business

IRS Outlines New Tax Law Effect On Tax Exempt Organizations

IRS outlines new tax law effect on tax exempt organizations WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service wants tax-exempt organizations to know about recent tax law changes that might affect them. The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act, passed on Dec. 20, 2019, includes several provisions that may apply to tax-exempt organizations’ current and previous […]

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Technology

SSA and FCC Issue Warnings About Social Security Scams

Protect Yourself from Social Security Number Spoofing Scams Nearly all of your financial and medical records are connected to your Social Security number, which is why data thieves are constantly trying to nab it for use in fraud schemes or for selling it illicitly. Robocall scammers use spoofing to deliberately falsify the caller ID that […]

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Firm News

SWBW Welcomes Carter A. Brown To The Firm

ZANESVILLE – Carter A. Brown of Zanesville was recently sworn in as an attorney by the Ohio Supreme Court. He has accepted a position at Stubbins, Watson, Bryan & Witucky Co., LPA, of Zanesville. The graduate of Tri-Valley High School majored in public accounting, business management and marketing at Muskingum University. He graduated from the […]

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