Showing posts from September, 2017

It's almost October...

September is coming quickly to a close, and for us that means 2016 tax extension deadlines are on the immediate horizon.  Form 1041 for Trusts and Estates is due October 2nd and Form 1040 for Individuals and Form 1120 for Corporations are due October 16th.  If we haven't seen your complete tax information yet, please round it up now.  We're working hard to get our last returns out the door!  
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Local Artist Forum

Our home in Southeastern Montana is both unique and diverse - from our landscapes and wildlife, to our lifestyles and people.
A recent update to our office environment brought about a new idea: to celebrate the beauty, culture and talent of our community by acknowledging and showcasing the creations of local artists.
Gardner & Billing CPAs proudly present our new Local Artist Forum.
Our current exhibitors are all recipients of Grand or Reserve Champion ribbons at the 2017 Powder River County Fair.As a result of this local recognition of their artistic talent, we felt it was only fitting to invite them to be the first to display their artwork in our forum!
Currently on display are works by Sandy Smith, Laney Williams, Lana Smith, Brooke Billing and Lauryn Billing. Mediums include pastel, photography and ink.  We invite you to stop by our office to view these pieces and to support your local artists!
Our goal is to develop a rotation of local art, so if you or someone you know is inte…

FREE Medicare Seminar ~ September 14th

Medicare Parts A, B, C, D... Plans F & G - If this Medicare alphabet soup has you spelling "H.E.L.P." then join us September 14th at 2:00pm in the Broadus Community Center for our FREE Community Education Medicare Seminar!

Understanding Medicare

Our free Medicare seminar is coming up next week on Thursday, September 14th. If the Medicare alphabet soup has you spelling "H.E.L.P." and you're looking for more information, the Social Security website has some great resources for understanding Medicare. So here's some of the basics:

Medicare has four parts

Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) helps pay for inpatient care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (following a hospital stay). Part A also pays for some home health care, and hospice care. Medicare Part B (medical insurance) helps pay for services from doctors and other health care providers, outpatient care, home health care, durable medical equipment, and some preventive services. Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) includes all benefits and services covered under Part A and Part B. Some plans include Medicare prescription drug coverage (Medicare Part D) and other extra benefits and services. …