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Based in Salem, Oregon in the heart of the beautiful Mid Willamette Valley Fischer, Hayes, Joye & Allen, LLC offers a range of financial services for individuals, local, and regional businesses including agricultural, hospitality, retail, medical, and manufacturing.
Founded in 1981, Fischer, Hayes, Joye & Allen, LLC has developed into one of the Willamette Valley’s leading Certified Public Accounting firms with a reputation for excellence based on integrity, expertise, and concern for the well-being of our clients. Our firm provides services delivered by our team of knowledgeable professionals who are committed to their clients and our community.
Our firm currently employs 12 Certified Public Accountants (CPA’s), and additional experienced accounting staff to provide a full range of accounting and business services to support our clients in proactive planning and creative strategy to successfully achieve their financial goals. These services include tax services, financial statement assurance, business valuation, litigation support, and management consulting.
We also provide information, guidance, training, and support for all types of financial needs throughout the cycle of life, family, or business. Employees of the firm range from grandparents to new parents, and we understand how to provide the financial knowledge and planning required over the span of time.
We take great pride in our client relationships and the varied industries that we serve and are second to none in the support and concern that we demonstrate to all our valued clients and our community.
Paid Leave Oregon is a new program that ensures individuals, employers, and families — of every kind — have the time and support they need to care for themselves and their loved ones when life's important moments affect their health and safety.
On Jan. 1, 2023, employees and employers will begin paying into the new program.
On Sept. 3, 2023, employees can start applying for...
As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of planning moves that will help lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next.
The time-tested approach of deferring income and accelerating deductions to minimize taxes still works for many taxpayers, along with the tactic of “bunching” expenses into this year or the next to get around deduction restrictions.
We have compiled a list of actions based on current tax rules...
Based on your 2020 Oregon tax liability before credits ( line 22 of 2020 Form OR-40)
IRS Notice CP 14 – Amount Due
As of June, the IRS had over 20 Million unopened pieces of mail. As a result they pre-populated notices for items...
Applications for small business Paycheck Protection Program open April 3
NEWS: IRS posts FAQs about coronavirus-related filing and payment extensions
IRS provides guidance for April 15 filing delay
Oregon Covid-19 related Unemployment Benefits
State Tax Filing Guidance for Coronavirus Pandemic (Includes federal)
Coronavirus Relief Bill contains tax credits for employers
Treasury secretary announces 90-day delay in tax payment deadline
Treasury secretary announces 90-day tax payment deadline delay
New Corporate Activity Tax
Journal of Accountancy Article:
Starting July 1, 2018 all Oregon employers must start withholding the transit tax (.1% or .001) from employees residing in Oregon (regardless of where the work is performed) and nonresident employees who perform service in Oregon.
STT is reported quarterly for OQ filers and reported annual for...
All Oregon employers with at least one employee are subject to the program and must register online with the Board. Any employer that sponsors a qualified retirement plan can claim an exemption for the program, but must go online to do so. This program began in July 2017 for companies that employ >100 People.
With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act just signed by the President, many clients may be asking what they can do before year-end to best...
An article on how the Tax Reform Bill will change business taxes:
Journal of Accountancy article on what the Tax Reform Bill means for the individual:
Journal of Accountancy Article: