At Don Brooks & Associates, Inc., we have over 60 years of combined experience and offer a wide variety of services to our clients. We specialize in:

* Preparation and Filing of Individual and Small Business Tax Returns;
* Bookkeeping for Small Businesses;
* A Wide Variety of Payroll Services.

Annual participation in Continuing Professional Education courses offered by local chapters of national accounting and tax associations keeps the firm on the "leading edge" of ever-changing tax laws and accounting methods.

Computerized offices and internet access ensures clients accurate, efficient, state-of-the-art service at a competitve price.

Visit the "Services" area of our site to learn more about the many accounting and tax services available to individuals and businesses.

Visit the "Contact Us" page for information regarding how to reach us via telephone, fax, e-mail or mail.

Unlike firms that close after the tax deadline, we are here all year long. Feel free to contact the office anytime. We're here to help.

Tax Tips Small Business

  • Electing to Expense the Cost of Your Business Assets

    Section 179 deduction limits increase

    The IRS allows taxpayers the option of either depreciating some assets over a specified number of years or deducting all or a portion of the cost in one year. The expense election, commonly referred to as the Section 179 deduction, is made in the year the asset is placed in service. The benefit is a large deduction in the current year that is not reduced even if the asset is placed in service late in the tax year.

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Small Business Quick Tip

  • Employer Provided Education

    Employer-provided education assistance benefits of $5,250 provided under a written plan are excludable from wages. The education doesn't need to be job-related to qualify.
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Tax Tips Personal

  • Converting a Traditional IRA to a Roth?

    You may want to wait

    At some point, taxpayers who have a traditional IRA may wish to convert it to a Roth. Roth IRAs are more flexible in that there are no required minimum distributions when the owner reaches age 70 1/2. In addition, qualified distributions from a Roth IRA are not taxable.

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Personal Quick Tip

  • Qualified Mortgage Insurance

    In 2016, premiums that are paid or accrued for "qualified mortgage insurance" in connection with home acquisition debt on your residence are deductible as home mortgage interest.