Curt Bach

CPA

Senior Tax Manager

Phone: 715.301.7631
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About Curt

Curtis Bach joined Hawkins Ash CPAs in August 2010, and is currently a senior tax manager in the firm’s Medford office. He provides a variety of tax services, including trust and estate tax preparation and planning. Curtis has more than 15 years of experience providing tax services to small business, individual, trust, estate, and non-profit clients. He is a member of our firm’s tax committee.

Areas of Focus

Corporate Taxation

Individual Tax

Trust and Estate Tax

Nonprofit Audits and Taxation

Small Business Consulting

 

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration
Accounting and Business Finance
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Certificate in Information Technology

Certified Public Accountant

 

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Organizations

Knights of Columbus Council  #1744 (Medford, WI)

Financial Secretary

Recent Articles by Curt

Business State Tax

State Taxes Impact Business Sales, Too

For various reasons, business owners sometimes decide to put their companies on the market. To successfully negotiate the sale of
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Nanny Tax

Know the Nuances of the Nanny Tax

During the pandemic, more than a few families have hired household workers while schools in many areas have gone virtual
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child credit tax

Important Changes to the Child Tax Credit

Recently, there were changes made to the child tax credit that will benefit many taxpayers. As part of the American
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Social Security Benefits

Be Prepared for Taxes on Social Security Benefits

Whether you’ve filed your 2020 tax return or soon will, you probably don’t want any surprises. One thing that takes
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Consolidated Appropriations Act

Tax Provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Act), includes many tax provisions that have been made permanent. For tax law purposes, “permanent”
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stress distress disaster

Reporting a Disaster’s Effects on Your Financial Statements

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided many lessons for business owners. One is how to report the impact of a disaster
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Property Buyers

Installment Sales May Attract Property Buyers

Because of this year’s unforeseen economic slowdown, many businesses and individuals are unexpectedly looking for liquidity. One way to raise
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Tax Bracket

Do You Know Your Tax Bracket?

Although the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) generally reduced individual tax rates through 2025, there’s no guarantee you’ll receive
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Unrelated Business Taxable Income

Net Operating Losses and Unrelated Business Taxable Income

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) that was signed into law on December 22, 2017, has some
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overtime

New Overtime Rules Effective January 1, 2020

The Department of Labor has released new overtime regulations detailed in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). These new regulations
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