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We are MPS|CPA. A respected partner to more than 2,500 companies, we serve as CPAs and personal and business advisors to companies in a host of businesses such as manufacturing, construction, retail, service providers, non-profits, and more. Our ultimate goal is to help you prepare for trends that will impact your earnings and tax position so that you can remain viable and strong.


“Because MPS focuses on education, both for their staff and clients, I feel I am provided with the most up-to-date information regarding tax changes and market trends. This is a tremendous aid in both budgeting and forecasting. I can be confident my every question will be answered immediately and accurately with a focus on my individual needs.”
Linda Jacobs
“When we were a small company they did a great analysis of my business and what we needed to do as a company. They were very thorough. I followed that direction and it was right on target. The business exploded. I only have to worry about making windows. They’ve been there to help me grow to where we are today. “
Art Strauss, President, Midway Window and Door
“I was about to start a business in 1985, and had written a business plan that I was really proud of. The only two people that were willing to read my entire plan were my father-in-law and Ed Mulcahy. MPS has been with me every step of the way since, and they helped as my business grew to multiple businesses, a significant amount of real estate, with steadily increasing sales. My trust in and respect for MPS has only increased over the years, and I know they will always be there for me and my family when we need them.”
Vic Sharp, President, Quality Snack Foods

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Should You Make a Charitable IRA Rollover in 2016?

A break for charitably inclined retirees is now permanent: If you’re age 70½ or older, you can make a direct contribution up to $100,000 annually from your traditional IRAs to qualified charities and satisfy your required minimum distributions (RMDs) without owing any income tax on the distributions. Learn more about charitable IRA rollovers in this blog post.

To Deduct Business Losses, You May Have to Prove Material Participation

Most business owners work 40-plus hours a week and don’t have to worry about the “material participation” rules. But if you have losses you’d like to deduct from an S corp, partnership or LLC, you have to spend a certain amount of time in the activity. Otherwise, your losses are generally “passive” and can only be used to offset income from other passive activities. Learn more about the rules of material participation in this blog post.

There’s Still Time for Homeowners to Save With Green Tax Credits

There’s still time to save both energy and taxes by making green home investments. Green tax credits for qualified energy-efficiency investments in a principal residence have been extended through 2016. Learn more about how to save taxes in this blog post.