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

  • Employers of Tipped Employees Allowed a Tax Credit

    Are you getting the credit you deserve?

    If you are an employer in the food and beverage industry, you may be entitled to a tax credit for the social security and Medicare taxes you pay on your employees' tip income. You must meet both of the following requirements to qualify for the credit:

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Small Business Quick Tip

  • SS Wage Base

    The Social Security wage base increases to $118,500 in 2016. This means that you are no longer required to withhold social security tax for employees after meeting this threshold. However, you are required to withhold Medicare taxes regardless of the amount of wages paid.
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Tax Tips Personal

  • IRAs and Charitable Contributions

    New option for charitable giving

    If you are age 70 1/2 or older, there is another option for you to consider when making charitable contributions. Beginning after December 31, 2005, you may be allowed to make a charitable contribution of up to $100,000 of distributions from your IRA. Although there is no charitable contribution deduction allowed,

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Personal Quick Tip

  • Combat Pay

    Military personnel may elect to treat combat pay that is excluded from gross income as earned income in determining both eligibility for the earned income tax credit and the amount of that credit.