Personal Finance | Pine and Company | Keller CPA | Southlake CPA Accounting | Bookkeeping | Financial Services
At Pine & Co., the health of our team, clients, and families is of upmost importance. In support of community health during the COVID-19 pandemic, our team has shifted to remote work. Rest assured, this temporary operational change will not impact our services. Click here for more information.
Investing in Cryptocurrency? Understand the Tax Implications

Investing in Cryptocurrency? Understand the IRS Tax Implications

By | Taxes, Personal Finance

As of May 8, more than 200 billion dollars in stimulus checks have been sent to roughly 130 million Americans. More than 150 million more checks are expected to still be distributed in the coming weeks. While some Americans are cashing checks to cover rent or pay for expenses, others are looking for strategic ways to invest the money. With the current volatility in the stock market, some people are taking a new look at unique investment opportunities such as cryptocurrency and its most popular currency, bitcoin. The once “fringe” financial enigma is year-by-year becoming more mainstream. There are several…

Read More
Covid-19 Economic Solutions

COVID-19 Economic Solutions: Reasons for Hope

By | News, Accounting, Business Finance, Personal Finance

COVID-19 Economic Solutions: Reasons for Hope At Pine & Company CPAs, we believe there are many reasons for hope. The current plan offered by the Treasury Department would likely do wonders and keep most (if not all) businesses open in order to take advantage of economic recovery when it comes. We encourage you to take a look at the proposal by clicking below: A Current Treasury Department Proposal Pine & Company CPAs Is Here to Help We at Pine & Company CPAs are committed to supporting the success of small businesses throughout North Texas. While we are in the midst of a…

Read More

Mastering Money: Why Financial Literacy is So Important

By | Personal Finance

Do you know why financial literacy is important? Many Americans think they have a strong handle on financial basics, but they may be surprised when actually putting their knowledge to the test. According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, 63% Americans are considered financially illiterate. In order to come to this conclusion, FINRA asked respondents a series of questions meant to test their knowledge of basic financial and economic principles most of us encounter in our day-to-day lives. The questions covered topics ranging from interest and inflation to bonds and mortgages, with the results being less than ideal. According to…

Read More