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Welcome to Hawkins Ash CPAs

On behalf of our nearly 140 employees in Wisconsin and Minnesota, we welcome you to Hawkins Ash CPAs. We are both honored and excited to have the entire Anderson Tackman Mequon team join us in delivering the highest quality, well-rounded service offerings.

Depth of resources. Optimum results.

You can have every confidence that this transition will be beneficial to you. Dan and Jeff and the Mequon team will be able to spend more time with you and will also have a wider set of resources from which to pull. Along with their expertise in tax, accounting and auditing services, you now have the advantage of Hawkins Ash CPAs depth of services:

  • Tax Preparation and Tax Planning
  • Audit and Assurance Services
  • Bookkeeping and Payroll
  • Valuation and Succession Planning
  • Business Advisory Services
  • International Tax Expertise
  • ACA 1095 Reporting

We will guide you through the ever-changing business and legislative environment to help you achieve your maximum bottom-line, save taxes and preserve wealth.

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Tax Reform Podcasts

Deducting Business Losses for Pass-Through Entities

It’s not uncommon for businesses to sometimes generate tax losses. But the tax law limits deductible losses in some situations. And the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) further restricts the amount of...

Small Business Owners Should Double-Check Their Tax Returns

Now more than ever, small business owners need to double-check their tax returns before filing. Why? Because many of the changes ushered in by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act take effect with the 2018 tax...

Business vs. Hobby: The Tax Rules Have Changed

If you generate income from a passion such as cooking, woodworking, raising animals — or anything else — beware of the tax implications. They’ll vary depending on whether the activity is treated as...

IRS Issues Notice Making Some Parking Lot Expenses Not Deductible

In December 2018, the Internal Revenue Service released Notice 2018-99 which detailed how the IRS planned on implementing the part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act relating to “qualified parking”...

Podcast: Parking Lot Regulations

On December 10, the IRS published a notice which detailed how the IRS planned on implementing the part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for “qualified parking” benefits to employees. As the rules are...

Articles

New Guidance for Grants and Contracts

On June 21, 2018, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued ASU 2018-08 to clarify how organizations should characterize grants and similar contracts with government agencies and...

Nonprofit Connection Newsletter: August 2019

Gain insight in the nonprofit community with our just-released Nonprofit Connection Newsletter. Latest segment headlines include: New Guidance for Grants and Contracts Nonprofit Tax Tidbits: Form...

Planning for the Net Investment Income Tax

Despite its name, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) didn’t cut all types of taxes. It left several taxes unchanged, including the 3.8% tax on net investment income (NII) of high-income taxpayers....

Tax+Business Alert: August 20, 2019

Stay up to date on the latest tax and business advice and information from our recent Tax+Business Alert. Headlines include: Know a Teacher? Tell Them About This Tax Break! Podcast: The Zero Percent...

Know a Teacher? Tell Them About This Tax Break!

When teachers are setting up their classrooms for the new school year, it’s common for them to pay for a portion of their classroom supplies out of pocket. A special tax break allows these educators...

The Zero Percent Tax Bracket

Last episode we talked about how $1 of additional income could cost you tens of thousands of dollars. This week I want to go the other way. I want to tell you how you can add income to your return...

The Audit of the Future: How to Implement Technology In Audit

“The Audit of the Future” once may have seemed like a distant concern or just a hot topic reserved for a special session at an industry conference. But as it stands today, this catchy concept can be...

Tax Document Retention Guidelines for Small Businesses

Retain records that support items shown on your tax return at least until the statute of limitations runs out — generally three years from the due date of the return or the date you filed, whichever...

IRAs and Your Estate Plan

IRAs are designed primarily as retirement-saving tools, but if you don’t need the funds for retirement, they can provide a tax-advantaged source of wealth for your family. For example, if you name...

Consider the Flexibility of a Self-Directed IRA

Traditional and Roth IRAs can be relatively “safe” retirement-savings vehicles, depending on what they’re invested in. But a drawback is that they limit your investment choices. A self-directed IRA...

Newsletters

Nonprofit Connection Newsletter: August 2019

Gain insight in the nonprofit community with our just-released Nonprofit Connection Newsletter. Latest segment headlines include: New Guidance for Grants and Contracts Nonprofit Tax Tidbits: Form...

Tax+Business Alert: August 20, 2019

Stay up to date on the latest tax and business advice and information from our recent Tax+Business Alert. Headlines include: Know a Teacher? Tell Them About This Tax Break! Podcast: The Zero Percent...

Tax+Business Alert: August 6, 2019

Stay updated in the business and tax world with these latest articles from our experts in our Tax+Business Alert: Consider the Flexibility of a Self-Directed IRA Podcast: The Affordable Care Act...

Tax+Business Alert: July 23, 2019

Check out the headlines in our latest Tax+Business Alert newsletter sent out July 23rd, 2019: Could an FLP Help Your Business Succession Plan? Podcast: Roth vs Traditional IRAs or 401(k) No...

Tax+Business Alert: July 2, 2019

Check out the headlines in our latest Tax+Business Alert newsletter sent out July 23rd, 2019: Estate Planning Portability Lives on Under the TCJA Podcast: Tax Refund or Tax Due This Year Be Ready...

Your Mequon Team

262.243.9610

1249 W. Liebau Road, Suite 200

Mequon, WI 53092

Dan Moriarty, CPA

Partner

Jeff Knorr, CPA

Partner

Steve Witkowski, Jr., CPA

Manager

Michael Benton, CPA

Manager

Lisa Casper

Administrative Assistant

Sarah Ellingboe

Associate

Nancy Glorioso

Administrative Assistant

Donna Klotz

Associate

Mary Krohn

Associate

Maribeth Miller

Receptionist

Steve Pabian, CPA

Manager

Holly Pett, CPA

Manager

Lucas Petzold, CPA

Manager

Julie Schowalter

Associate

Blake Markee, CPA

Senior Associate

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