Brown Edwards & Company, CPAs
Experienced Financial Advisors

Committed.

At Brown Edwards, it is part of our firm's culture to understand what we do can enable our client to be successful in their endeavors. We are dedicated to our client's well being and to helping them achieve their financial objectives.

Experienced Financial Advisors

Experienced.

Our seasoned professionals understand that business advisory and consulting services are most valuable when they help a client solve or avoid problems. The mission of the Brown Edwards team is to provide 5 Star service to our clients.

Experienced Financial Advisors

Connected.

Working at Brown Edwards is about what is best for our clients and how to help them to have the most positive impact on their financial success. We engage our clients in relationships, which we nurture, and in turn become long term trusted advisors.

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At Brown Edwards, our professionals provide 5 star service to ensure that your organization prospers and flourishes. What we offer is peace of mind. Peace of mind that comes from working with a strong, knowledgeable accounting firm. From traditional assurance and tax services to the latest in professional business advisory and consulting services, Brown Edwards provides you with the peace of mind you deserve.

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Grandchild in college this fall? Paying tuition could save gift and estate taxes

August 20, 2014

Now’s the time of year when many young adults are about to head back to college — or to enter their first year of higher education. If you have a grandchild who’ll be in college this fall and you’re concerned about gift and estate taxes, you may want to consider paying some of his or her tuition.

“Bunch” miscellaneous itemized deductions to reduce your tax bill

August 12, 2014

Many expenses that may qualify as miscellaneous itemized deductions are deductible for regular tax purposes only to the extent they exceed, in aggregate, 2% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). Bunching these expenses into a single year may allow you to exceed this “floor.”