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Kevin Minkoff, CPA
Kevin specializes in taxation, computerization and management consulting for small and medium sized businesses.
He is a member of the Oregon CPA Society and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Kevin currently serves on the board and Finance Committee of SE Works. Kevin has served on the boards of Snow-CAP, the Troutdale Area Chamber of Commerce and the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce. From December 1996 through October 1997, Kevin authored a weekly column in the central California daily newspaper, The Hollister Freelance, on tax and business management issues. Kevin was raised in Palo Alto, California, home of Stanford University. He began his career in Los Angeles after graduating with a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Southern California (USC) and moved his practice to Monterey, California in 1990. He relocated to Oregon in 1997.
Kevin regularly presents a series of financial management courses for small business owners and managers. Kevin also assists businesses owners with business planning, financial budgeting and forecasting, strategic operations, and integrative management processes.
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Kevin Minkoff, CPA, PC | 2018 Tax Updates & Tips
Join us as Kevin Minkoff, CPA, shares some tax savings strategies for small business. The current IRS tax code has literally dozens of deductions built into it that only self-employed taxpayers can take. These deductions can add up to savings of many thousands of dollars in income taxes. Savings so large it’s almost unfair to people who are NOT self-employed!
However, there’s a problem. The IRS doesn’t automatically take those deductions for you, or apply them to your tax return if you forget to claim them. You have to know what deductions are available to self-employed taxpayers, the latest updates and changes to the tax codes and how to apply them to your particular situation. Not only that, but new regulations at the federal, state and local level could cost self-employed business owners thousands of dollars in penalties and interest if not understood and complied with correctly.
Coffee and breakfast goodies will be provided.
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MAGINNIS & CAREY LLP – Senior Accountant/Marketing Committee Portland, Oregon 1997 – 1998
KASAVAN, POPE & MCGILLOWAY – Senior Accountant/Marketing Manager Monterey/Salinas/Hollister, CA 1993 – 1997
KEVIN MINKOFF & ASSOCIATES – Self-employed CPA business consultant Los Angeles/Monterey, CA 1986-1993
FRIEDMAN, KINZELBERG & BRODER – Senior Accountant, Century City, CA 1984-1986
LAVENTHAL & HORWATH – Staff Auditor/Tax Preparer, Los Angeles, CA 1981-1984
B.S. – Accounting and Communication, Los Angeles, CA
- AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CPAs
- OREGON SOCIETY OF CPAs