IRS Mileage Rate Increase

As supply chain continues to ebb and flow, interest rates rise, and gas prices skyrocket, there is at least a timely break coming from the IRS with the mileage rate.  While the mileage rate is typically set for a year, the IRS can make a special adjustment during the year.  This will help offset the […]

SECURE Act 2.0: What’s on the Horizon?

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SECURE Act 2.0 Explained In recent years there have been significant changes to the retirement world because of numerous factors. One of the primary sources of this is changes to existing retirement tax laws, including the SECURE Act. On March 29th, 2022, the House of Representatives voted in favor of SECURE Act 2.0 with a […]


Values Your CPA Firm Should Have Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) are licensed accounting professionals that maintain a CPA license through rigorous training and strict adherence to professional standards in the accounting industry – at least, that’s what’s supposed to happen. Every CPA has public accounting experience and has passed their Uniform CPA Exam, but it […]

Making Financials Real

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Our niche at Rohloff Associates is “Making REAL forward-thinking decisions based on REAL financials.” We aren’t the “stereotypical” CPA that just takes our client’s numbers and plugs them in. We want to provide value to our clients and get them financials that are REAL to make educated decisions.

Maintaining Our Values Through Changing Times

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This past year Rohloff Associates has truly leaned into the values we have been upholding since 2017. There were some curveballs that we couldn’t have planned for, but it was through these unexpected moments that we learned how strong our values were as individuals and as an organization. It took courage to let people know […]

Tax Errors You Don’t Want to Make

Al Capone.  Heidi Fleiss.  Martha Stewart.  Wesley Snipes. What do these people all have in common?  Tax evasion.  No one wants to pay more than their fair share of taxes, but there is a fine line between being within the tax law and blatantly crossing over the proverbial line.  While reducing the amount of tax […]

Commonly Asked Q’s About Taxes

A few of the things here at Rohloff Associates that we are consistently asked by our clients is “what do I need to know about taxes?”, or  “how can I pay the least amount of tax possible?” and “why do I need a CPA?” All of these are relevant questions that are worth discussion.  With […]

SECURE Act – What Do I Need to Know?

The SECURE Act slipped through approval in late December 2019. There was not a whole lot of buzz around this bill or what its potential implications are. SECURE stands for The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act. This bill is the first major retirement legislation since the Pension Protection Act in 2006. There […]