CM Williams & Associates
Proudly Serving Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey & Pennsylvania
At CM Williams & Associates, we provide a comprehensive set of services for companies and individuals seeking financial planning, problem-solving, bookkeeping & administrative services and tax preparation. We tailor our services to client needs, update them on progress, and discuss the outcomes, all resulting in long-term relationships with satisfied clients that frequently become friends.
We focus our efforts and attention on helping clients achieve their financial reporting and business goals, working alongside both individuals and business owners to increase profitability, protect assets, fund retirement, understand their business valuation, and plan for and manage taxes.
Our objective is to provide you with a level support that cannot be found anywhere else. That means being available when you need us, as well as anticipating what you might need in the future. CM Williams & Associates has the experience to help you reach your goals.
We invite you to find out more about our team. In 2017 we moved into a new office, so feel free to stop in and meet us in person or give us a call.856-823-0420 We’re here to help!
Latest News & Helpful Information
IRS Opens 2023 Dirty Dozen With Warning About Employee Retention Credit Claims; Increased Scrutiny Follows Aggressive Promoters Making Offers Too Good To Be True
In a further warning to people and businesses, the Internal Revenue Service added widely circulating promoter claims involving Employee Retention Credits as a new entry in the annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams. For the start of the annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams, the IRS spotlighted Employee Retention Credits following blatant attempts by promoters to con ineligible people to claim the credit.
Emergency Loss Assistance Program (ELAP) – Honeybees
ELAP provides emergency assistance to eligible honeybee producers who have losses due to disease, adverse weather or other conditions, such as blizzards and wildfires, not covered by other agricultural disaster assistance programs.
Rolling Out Revenue Based Disaster and Pandemic Assistance Programs
Agricultural producers can begin to apply for two new important programs for revenue losses, from 2020 and 2021 natural disasters or the COVID-19 pandemic. Both programs equitably fill gaps in earlier assistance.
Tax Time Guide: IRS Provides Easy Access To Tax Refund Status With ‘Where’s My Refund?’ Tool; No Need To Call
The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that the “Where’s My Refund?” tool on IRS.gov is the most convenient way to check the status of 2022, 2021 and 2020 tax refunds. IRS2Go, the mobile app, offers another way for users to check their refund status.
Some Things Taxpayers Getting Ready To File Should Know
With the 2023 tax filing season in full swing, taxpayers should be sure to visit IRS.gov for updated resources and tools to help with their 2022 tax return.
Filers Should Know About Changes To Common Credits And Deductions
Taxpayers who haven’t filed yet should make sure they’re familiar with the changes to credits and deductions for tax year 2022 to help them file an accurate return by the April 18, 2023, deadline. Unlike 2020 and 2021, there were no new stimulus payments for 2022, so taxpayers should not expect to get an additional payment in their 2023 tax refund.