Word around the water cooler.

  1. IRS announces tax relief for those impacted by Hurricane Idalia in Florida

    The Internal Revenue Service announced tax relief for individuals and businesses affected by Idalia in parts of Florida. These taxpayers now have until Feb. 15, 2024, to file various federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments.

  2. Families Frolic at SBF’s Take Your Kid to Work Day

    Our annual day of games, treats and just hanging out was a big hit with kids and grown-ups alike.

  3. Decoding Florida’s Recently Ratified House Bill 637 on the Auto Industry

    The functions of automakers and dealerships have been notoriously inconsistent, creating disparities among political and economic factors in the auto industry for decades.

  4. Procrastinating on Filing Your Taxes?

    If you have been procrastinating about filing your 2023 tax return or have not filed other prior year returns, you should consider the consequences, including the penalties, interest, and aggressive enforcement actions. Plus, if you have a refund coming for a prior year you may end up forfeiting it.

  5. Women of SBF Explore Career Growth at Leadership Conference

    SBF employees bring home lessons from the Florida Institute of CPAs’ premier professional conference.

  6. 7 Helpful Bookkeeping Tips for E-Commerce Companies

    By far, one of the biggest (and most unique) challenges facing e-commerce companies today has to do with the uncertain nature of the entire enterprise.