Author: Walter Sanders

When it comes time to file your 1040s, everyone gets a little anxious. We get it. Not everyone in Tampa is an accountant.  We want you to know that help is available. Of course, we have tax specialists at our Tampa CPA firm who would be...

As one of the most respected tax specialists in Tampa, we are used to giving people advice about their taxes. But this year, one of the best pieces of advice we may give anyone is to file their taxes as soon as possible.  If for some...

As the tax specialists at Walters S. Sanders & Associates, which has a reputation as one of the friendliest CPA firms in Tampa, will tell you, there are definitely tax advantages associated with married life.  Of course, gaining a few tax advantages isn’t a good reason...

Business consultants in Tampa and across the State of Florida are being called on to help the clients clean up the mess being created by criminals who are stealing the identities of hard-working people all across the state in order to fraudulently claim unemployment benefits.  As...

We were just about to start our one-month countdown to Tax Day here at the Tampa, Florida, CPA firm of Walter S. Sanders & Associates, when the U.S. Treasury Department along with the Internal Revenue Service decided to give taxpayers a little extra time to...

Automation has had a major impact on many industries, but our Tampa accountants and tax specialists aren’t worries about being replaced by a machine. Yet.  There are software programs that can help you file a simple 1040 tax return, but we are a long, long way...

The holidays are a busy time of year, especially for folks like Santa and Tampa CPAs like Brian Sanders. The end of the year is always a busy time for accountants but that doesn’t mean that Brian and his team of Tampa tax specialists don’t...

Ever since the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was first introduced earlier this year, the phones at Walter S. Sanders & Associates, business consultants in Tampa, have been ringing.  Many small businesses in our community and around the country applied for a loan through Paycheck Protection Program...

The 1040 tax return was first used way back in 1913. Back then, the base tax rate that everyone paid on income up to $50,000 was 1%. If your net income was $75,000, then all the income over $50,000 was taxed at 2%. Taxes went...

Accountants – like Tampa tax specialist Brian Sanders – aren’t exactly the kind of workers that the founders of the Labor Day had in mind. The first time the holiday was celebrated, way back in 1882, it was the members of the Central Labor Union...