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Barnes Saly – Certified Public Accountants & Business Consultants

At Barnes Saly, it’s our experience and commitment to exceptional customer service that has helped us grow into one of the largest and most respected certified public accounting and business consulting firms in west central Pennsylvania.  We have offices located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania & Somerset, Pennsylvania, but our client base stretches across the United States.  Modern technology now allows us to come to you, now matter where you are.  We help Businesses and individuals, Non Profit organizations, government and municipal authorities, manufacturers, nursing homes and employee benefit plans, to name a few.  Give us a call or email us today, to see how we can help you with all of your accounting, tax, audit, payroll and bookkeeping needs.

We are hosting our 10th Bingo for A Cause on September 30th at the Solomon Run Fire Hall.  View our poster & donation forms below. 🙂  We would love to have you as a sponsor, bingo player or both!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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There are a few special ages that may play important roles in your retirement planning. Here's a reminder of those ages and why they matter:

1. Age 50: At this age, you can make extra "catch-up" contributions to your IRA and 401(k) savings. For 2018, these are $1,000 and $6,000, respectively.
2. Age 59½: Once you've reached 59½, you're eligible to make penalty-free withdrawals from your IRAs.
3. Age 70½: After you reach 70½, you're required to take minimum distributions from your traditional IRAs annually.

Need more details or help with rules regarding your retirement planning? Contact our office at 814.288.1544 or 814.445.2030.
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TAX REFORM 2018: Your Questions Answered: We are hosting 2 FREE Tax Seminars – October 4th in Somerset & October 25th in Johnstown – view our registration form HERE.

The tax legislation that was passed on December 22, 2017 will have a major impact on individuals & businesses.  For a side-by-side look at the more prominent changes from the prior law to the new Tax Cuts and Job Act (H.R. 1), click HERE.

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