It is with mixed emotions that Next Step Advisors announces the departure of Josh Emett. He has accepted a position with a firm in North Carolina, and will be moving his young family across the country. Josh has been an important piece of our team, and replacing him will not be easy. We will miss him, but we are excited for his new adventure. We wish him the best of luck in this move, and with his new firm on the East coast!
Josh Emett and Doug Solstad partnered together to found Next Step Advisors with a shared vision and conviction: to help individuals and small business owners save money, time, and frustration on their taxes.
After working together for almost 10 years, Doug and Josh are like-minded in their employment of tax strategies and technology tools to assist you in your tax and accounting needs. All of Josh’s current projects have been transitioned to Doug. Your accounting services, QuickBooks subscriptions, and payroll services will all continue uninterrupted and without any price increases. Rest assured, we will get everything taken care of for you, but please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.
If you have been working with April or Noelle, they are still here! They will continue to assist with your needs, and can be reached just as before.
If you are one of the few who hasn’t yet had the opportunity to meet Doug, please reach out! Reply to this email or give him a call at 435-275-8400. He is eager to help!
All the best,
Josh & Doug
The Internal Revenue Service began a new private collection program of certain overdue federal tax debts selecting four contractors to implement it.
The new program, authorized under a federal law enacted by Congress, enables these designated contractors to collect, on the government’s behalf, outstanding inactive tax receivables. Authorized under a federal law enacted by Congress in December 2015, Section 32102 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) requires the IRS to use private collection agencies for the collection of outstanding inactive tax receivables.
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