Curt Bach

CPA, Manager

Phone: 715.748.1351
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About Curt

Curtis Bach joined Hawkins Ash CPAs in August 2010, and is currently a manager in the firm’s Medford office. He provides a variety of tax services, including trust and estate tax preparation and planning. Curtis has more than nine years of experience providing audit and tax services to nonprofit organizations, governmental entities and small businesses. He is a member of our firm’s tax committee and not-for-profit service group.

Areas of Focus

Corporate Taxation

Individual Tax

Trust and Estate Tax

School District Audits

Nonprofit Audits and Taxation

Small Business Consulting

 

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration

Accounting and Business Finance

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Certificate in Information Technology

Certified Public Accountant

 

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Organizations

Knights of Columbus Council  #1744 (Medford, WI)

Financial Secretary

Recent Articles by Curt

Net Operating Losses and Unrelated Business Taxable Income

Net Operating Losses and Unrelated Business Taxable Income

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) that was signed into law on December 22, 2017, has some
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New Overtime Rules Effective January 1, 2020

New Overtime Rules Effective January 1, 2020

The Department of Labor has released new overtime regulations detailed in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). These new regulations
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Tax Document Retention Guidelines for Small Businesses

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 —
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Nonprofit Tax Tidbits: Form 990 Schedule D

Nonprofit Tax Tidbits: Form 990 Schedule D

The fourth installment in our series on the sections of the IRS Form 990 focuses on Schedule D - Supplemental
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The Changing Face of Personal Exemptions and the Standard Deduction

The Changing Face of Personal Exemptions and the Standard Deduction

Personal tax exemptions and the standard deduction have looked largely the same for quite some time. But, in light of
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Interest on Home Equity Loans Is Often Still Deductible Under New Law

Interest on Home Equity Loans Is Often Still Deductible Under New Law

Responding to many questions received from taxpayers and tax professionals, the IRS said that despite newly-enacted restrictions on home mortgages,
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Child Tax Credit Increased

Child Tax Credit Increased

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has increased the child tax credit amount as well as thresholds when the credit
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Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions No Longer Allowed

Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions No Longer Allowed

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is no longer allowing (suspending) the deduction for miscellaneous itemized deductions. Prior Law Through
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Charitable Contributions Deduction Changed

Charitable Contributions Deduction Changed

The itemized deduction for charitable contributions is allowed based on a percentage of the taxpayer's AGI, adjusted for Net Operating
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Medical Expense Deduction Threshold Changed

Medical Expense Deduction Threshold Changed

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes the threshold for the amount of medical expenses allowed as an itemized deduction
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