Albany, Ga. – Local accounting firm Clenney & Luke, P.C. is proud to announce that Jeremy Sapp, CPA, has joined its team. Sapp will specialize in not-for-profit audit and closely held business and individual tax preparation. Prior to joining Clenney & Luke, P.C., Sapp worked for six years on both the private and public sides of healthcare finance.
“We are excited to have Jeremy join our firm and add his audit and tax expertise to our growing team. His in-depth experience in these fields not only adds value to our team, but also helps us continue to provide our clients with the personalized service they have come to expect when working with us,” said Rusty Clenney, partner at Clenney & Luke, P.C.
Albany Ga. - Local accounting firm Clenney, Powell & Rentz, P.C. is changing its name to Clenney & Luke, P.C. Along with the name change, the firm is debuting updated branding, including a new logo and website.
The tax deadline has come and gone and now you’re wondering what to keep and what to trash. When it comes to taxes, your business should know what records to keep and for how long. We have outlined for you what is important to keep including supporting business documents and records.
*Please note that the type of records you need to keep for federal tax purposes could vary depending on your type of business. Consult your tax expert at Clenney & Luke CPA.
Supporting Business Documents & Records to Keep
Supporting documents are generated through your purchases, sales, payroll and other transactions you have in your business. These documents include: