To Our Valued Clients & Friends

Tax time is always a crazy and fun time, and this particular tax season was accompanied by some additional opportunities, challenges and uncertainties. This was not only the case for the taxpayer, but also for their CPA’s and the Internal Revenue Service alike.

Some of the fun things we dealt with:

  • Many folks got accustomed to the “contactless” tax preparation experience.
  • The IRS was struggling with tax changes from COVID related stimulus and law changes, as well as being backed up from COVID shutdowns and other staffing issues.
  • There was a 2-week delayed start of filing returns due to challenges the IRS was facing.
  • Many taxpayers received unemployment compensation for the first time.
  • There were unprecedented IRS and State tax form changes in mid-to-late March.
  • Confusion for those working from home during the pandemic but not self-employed.
  • Uncertainties and confusion with the Employee Retention Tax Credit,  Paycheck Protection Program, and Economic Injury Disaster Loans, plus multiple revisions to these programs over the last 12 months.
  • COVID related retirement distributions and the ability to spread the tax impact or repay the distributions over 3 years.
  • Refunds were delayed and returns went unprocessed for long periods of time. On top of that, the IRS was working to implement multiple provisions of stimulus legislation.
  • The list goes on, and many will exist for some time.

This has been an unprecedent tax season to say the least, and we could not have survived without each other. This is further proof that together we can create the most out of any challenge or opportunity in which we are faced. So, we want to take a moment to extend our sincerest gratitude.

We are incredibly grateful for, and overwhelmed by, the amazing support that we have received from the community, and for everyone who recommended us to their friends, family and colleagues. 

We owe everything to our wonderful clients, and we want to THANK YOU for your patience, for your understanding, and for your trust.  For your patience as things took a little longer than anticipated.  For your understanding when we didn’t have all the answers, simply because the answers did not exist.  And, for placing your trust in us as we did our best to navigate through the storm, while keeping your best interest in mind.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!

We’re sure the 2021 tax season will have its fair share of challenges, but until then, stay safe and stay happy.

Here’s to a fantastic, stress-free summer. We’ll see you next year!


Senter, CPA Team

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Filing an Extenstion

As many are well aware, the federal income tax filing due date for individuals, for the 2022 tax year, is approaching fast. Due date is Tuesday, April 18, 2023.

If you feel you need more time, there’s no need to worry. Filing a tax extension is an option, and truthfully, it’s not nearly as frightening as it may sound.

2023 QuickBooks Online Improvements

Intuit constantly updates their system to provide their clients with the most up-to-date and efficient program possible. We’re proud to share their 2023 updates with our clients.

Make Your State & Federal Income Tax Payments Online!

Did you know that you have the option to make your state and federal income tax payments online? You can pay your state and federal income tax online, by phone, or with your mobile device using the IRS2Go app.

How to Register your Client Portal

Have you have received an email from Senter, CPA, P.C. with the subject “Senter, CPA, P.C. – Register Your Client Center Account”?

Below is a step-by-step guide on how to register your Client Center Account, or Client Portal.

2023 Price Increases

Thank you for choosing and trusting Senter, CPA, P.C. for all your tax and accounting needs. I am writing to let you know that there are some price increases going into effect for 2022 tax season.

2022 Senter, CPA Year in Review

Here at Senter CPA we had an incredible 2022. We’ve been busy assisting clients, contributing to our communities, and growing our team. We’ve added two full time TEAM members to our team who have greatly strengthened our service and capabilities. We’ve also added an annual tax season TEAM member who is an Enrolled Agent so you (and we) should notice an improvement to our turnaround time come the 2023 tax season. Wow! That will make us a TEAM of 6.

Welcome to the Senter, CPA Team – Rana Boykin

Rana Boykin is joining the Senter, CPA team as Seasonal Tax Accountant.

1099 Facts

With the end of the year rapidly approaching it may be time to think about issuing 1099’s.

Fact or Fiction for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)

There are many people who may have question regarding the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) that became available for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all Senter, CPA, P.C. clients, team, friends, and community.

Since today is Thanksgiving, I wanted to share a few things that, myself and the rest of the Senter CPA team, are thankful for: