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Voted Best Place to Work by the North Bay Business Journal for 2018

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Once again, we are honored to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay for 2018. This is the 8th year in a row that Linkenheimer has been voted Best Place to Work in the North Bay and it is truly a testimony to the amazing, hard working team we have here and the community and clients that have supported us all these years. We are grateful to call Sonoma County home and it’s also why we feel the importance of giving back. Over the past year, we’ve volunteered over 1,000 hours as a firm to community projects locally and abroad, including Rotary, Redwood Empire Food Bank, Nicaraguan Eye Care Projects, Elsie Allen High School Foundation and many other incredible organizations focused on making our great community better for everyone.

From the North Bay Business Journal Press Release:

Along with our co-presenters, Nelson Family of Companies, Exchange Bank; Kaiser Permanente and underwriter Trope Group, we are pleased to inform you that Linkenheimer LLP CPAs & Advisors has been selected as one of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay in the thirteenth-annual […]

By |October 2nd, 2018|award, best, best place to work, Community|0 Comments

Inside Public Accounting Awards Linkenheimer Three Awards for 2018

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We’re honored to be recognized again this year by Inside Public Accounting in three different categories. For the past four years, Linkenheimer has had the good fortune of being recognized by the IPA as one of the fast growing, best of the best firms in the country. We attribute that to our amazing, hard working team and the community and clients that have supported us all these years.

INSIDE Public Accounting Unveils The 2018 Best of the Best Accounting Firms

Carmel, Ind. (August 20, 2018) Continuing its tradition of more than 25 years, INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) has unveiled the 2018 list of the Best of the Best public accounting firms in the nation. This group, the highest performers within the profession, is ranked on more than 50 metrics. The 2018 Best of the Best firms produce superior financial results while planning for long-term, sustainable growth.

The list, along with the 2018 analysis and fastest-growing firms will be published later this month. Best of the Best firms represent the top 10% of all firms that […]

By |October 1st, 2018|award, best, linkenehiemer|0 Comments

Linkenheimer Wins Gold for Best of the North Bay

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We want to thank all of our clients, friends, family and readers of the North Bay Biz who voted for us and have supported us for all these year. We are honored to win the Gold Award for the 7th time and we feel it is a testimony to the amazing, dedicated team we have here at Linkenheimer and the fantastic community that supports us. We feel our people are our greatest asset and we strive to create a fun, positive, team based work environment that results in quality work for the client and a focus on community involvement.

  • Care– We care about our Clients, Co-Workers and Community.
  • Team– Our goals are achieved through Selfless Action, Collaboration and Commitment to each other.
  • Culture– We engage each other and clients with Genuine Interest, Respect and an Open-Minded approach.

Thank you again to all those who voted and have put their financial trust in our hands over all these years.

By |June 2nd, 2017|award, best, north bay business|0 Comments

Planning for the new Medicare taxes in 2013

As summer quickly passes and we head into the last half of 2013, it is a good time to evaluate your income and deductions for the year and begin working with your CPA on planning strategies to reduce your overall tax burden.

Specifically, upper income individuals should be aware of the additional Medicare Tax which applies to earned income  (wages and self-employment income).  Prior to this new tax provision beginning in 2013, any wages paid to you by your employer were subject to a 2.9% Medicare payroll tax, which was split equally by you and your employer (1.45% each).  Beginning in 2013, wages above $200,000 for individual tax filers, or $250,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly, will be subject to an additional .9% Medicare tax.  
For illustrative purposes, this would mean that if you and your spouse file a joint tax return and have combined wages of $350,000, you will end up paying an additional $900 in Medicare taxes. Employers are required to withhold this additional tax for employees with wages in excess of $200,000, and any underpaid or overpaid Medicare taxes will be adjusted for on your income tax return.  Individuals with both wages and self-employment income aggregate their earned […]