Rodman & Rodman’s Kathy Parker Cites Challenges of Tax Incentive Complexities at Massachusetts Solar Summit 2012

“While IRS Section 1603 Tax credits, combined with Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECS), created a boom in the Massachusetts Solar Industry, many solar companies are sitting on an inventory of solar panels and other materials for projects that have not begun construction by the end of the 2011 eligibility period,” Kathy Parker, CPA told a […]

Larry Rice, CPA of Rodman & Rodman Speaks to Town of Barnstable Employees & Boston Students

Larry Rice, CPA, Director of Strategic Consulting of Rodman & Rodman P.C., a firm of Certified Public Accountants and business strategists catering to clients throughout New England, recently spoke to Barnstable government employees including town employees, teachers and administrators, in a day-long seminar held at the town library. Rice, an expert speaker whose most recent […]

Avoiding an Audit – Larry Rice CPA at Rodman & Rodman shares tips on NECN

Larry Rice CPA shares tips on how to survive an audit on NECN – http://bit.ly/h4zsss

Larry Rice CPA at Rodman & Rodman discusses IRS delay of filing period for those who itemize on NECN

Larry Rice, CPA with Rodman and Rodman of Newton and Braintree, Massachusetts explains what the IRS is doing. View the show – http://bit.ly/gLEqLT

Why Wesley Snipes got caught. Celebrity or not, non-filers can run but they cannot hide from the IRS.

NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS… The simple answer as to why Wesley Snipes will soon begin serving a three-year sentence for tax evasion is that he didn’t file his tax returns for 1999 through 2004 and also tried to get a $7 million refund in 2006 on returns filed before he stopped filing in 1999. The broader answer […]

A taxing situation…With the new IRS, coming forward is the best option for late filers, non-filers, and delinquent payers.

NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS… By April 15, 2010, 84 percent of Americans filed their tax returns on time. That means 16 percent didn’t. That omission translates to a figure somewhere near $345 billion in taxes owed to the U.S. Treasury Department. With a budget deficit in the trillions and rising, the IRS is expected to increase its […]

Agents seek intervention by IRS…Allstate independent contractor agents petition IRS for rights as business owners.

GULFPORT, MS…. In 2000, Allstate Insurance converted the majority of its sales force from employee to independent contractor status. With the change in status, many of those agents anticipated liberation from the requirements of being an Allstate employee. Nine years later, those 12,000+ Allstate agents are still waiting for their independence. Having grown weary waiting […]

Deliberately Misclassified? Allstate independent contractor agents, formerly Allstate employees, fight for true independence.

GULFPORT, MS…. People go into business on their own for a number of reasons, but the ability to “be your own boss” tops the list. So when Allstate Insurance converted the majority of its sales force from employee to independent contractor status in 2000, many of those agents anticipated liberation from the requirements of being […]