Jamie Fortin, CPA
Industry: Agribusiness – Dairy
Location: Brea, CA
Jamie Fortin joined Frazer LLP directly out of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and has over 10 years of public accounting experience. She provides the firm’s dairy clients with a variety of services including tax planning and compliance, auditing, payroll tax returns, and property tax statements. Jamie assists with the research and analysis of Frazer LLP’s semi-annual Dairy Operating Trends report.
Key Service Areas:
- Tax planning
- Financial accounting
- Consulting services
- Issuance of financial statements
- Income and multi-state payroll tax compliance
- Property tax statements
- Budgets and cost flow projections
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Golden Gate University
Los Angeles, CA
Master of Science, Taxation
Professional Associations and Activities:
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- California Society of Certified Public Accountants
February 2015 – Tax Extenders of 2014, Dairy Business West
The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 extends certain expiring tax provisions relating to individuals, businesses and the energy sector. The bill only extended to 2014 and expired on December 31, 2014. Therefore, it is only a temporary tax break for one more year. Read this article to learn about potential tax breaks for farmers and dairymen.
February 2014 – To Pay or Not to Pay?, Dairy Business West
If you own a business as an individual, or are a partner or member in a partnership or limited liability company (LLC) using a cash method of accounting for tax purposes, there is immense value in controlling your own tax fate. Ideally, wouldn’t everyone want to control how much – or how little – they pay in income taxes to the IRS or state taxing authority? Read this article to take matters into your own hands and regulate how much or how little you want to pay in taxes.
February 2013 – After the Fiscal Cliff, Western Dairy Business
President Obama signed the 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act into law on Jan. 3, 2013. The Act will impose tax increases affecting about 2% of individuals and 3% of small businesses, and makes other changes to the tax code. Read this article to learn how the new law could directly affect you and your business.