Tax Season Refund Frequently Asked Questions

This was taken from the IRS Website, if you have a question that you do not see answered here please give us a call.   Q1: How quickly will I get my refund? We issue most refunds in less than 21 calendar days. Q2: What is the best and fastest way to get information about Read More →

Tax Preparation

Check out this video presented by the IRS on selecting a Tax Preparer.  We feel this process is crucial, taxpayers are legally responsible for what’s on their tax return even if it is prepared by someone else. So, it is important to choose carefully when hiring an individual or firm to prepare your return. Most Read More →

IRS Scam Calls

Beware of IRS Scam calls from the IRS. From the IRS website the following are 5 signs that the call is a scam. 1. Call to demand immediate payment, nor will we call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill. 2. Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to Read More →

Shenandoah Valley CPA

Vicki McClelland, Executive Director of the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley presented Mike Cundiff with Cundiff & Associates, CPA, P.C. a picture of their former facilities in recognition of his services with the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley since 1986. The Free Medical Clinic has been providing medical care to the Read More →

Continuing Education for Accountants

Mike Cundiff received continuing education for accountants on Estate Planning and the The Prophetic Accountant: Foreseeing Financial Conditions & Strategizing Wisely in Nashville, TN

#2 in a Series – Tax Tips from Accounting Today – Cundiff & Associates, CPA, P.C.

2. Bunch Itemized Deductions Many expenses can be deducted only if they exceed a certain percentage of your adjusted gross income. Bunching itemized deductible expenses into one year can help you exceed these AGI floors. Consider scheduling your costly non-urgent medical procedures in a single year to exceed the 10 percent AGI floor for medical Read More →

#1 in a series. Tax Tips from Accounting Today

• 1. Accelerate Deductions and Defer IncomeDeferring tax is a cornerstone of tax planning. Generally, this means accelerating deductions into the current year and deferring income into next …year. There are plenty of income items and expenses you may be able to control. Consider deferring bonuses, consulting income or self-employment income. On the deduction side, Read More →

G. Michael Cundiff, CPA

G. Michael Cundiff, CPA has been practicing since 1975. Over the years, I have been involved in many varied industries from automotive repair, to nursing homes, to the hotel/motel industry, manufacturing, construction and more. I have provided accounting, auditing, income and estate tax preparation and consulting, and business planning and consulting to my clients.

Chad Carpenter

Chad is experienced with non-profit organization audit requirements. He is also knowledgeable in corporate and personal tax preparation, sales tax reporting, quarterly and yearly payroll reporting, bookkeeping, and various other services.

Jim Yagerline

Jim is committed with providing up to date knowledge on information technology. Jim provides our clients with network management and works with them to design and maintain their technology products.