The IRS released updated withholding tables for 2018, which incorporate tax reform changes. Employers should refigure employee withholdings based on these tables by 2/15/18.
Our February 2018 client bulletin takes a look at solving the annuity puzzle, deducting employee business expenses, and insuring key people at small companies.
The 20% Pass-Through Income Deduction introduced by the new tax law may help you to reduce your taxes, but it is fraught with limitations, phase-outs and criteria. Find out if your business qualifies for this new, and potentially lucrative, deduction.
The new tax law has made many changes to the rules we’ve come to know and love, and while the implementation of many of the new rules are still being ironed out, there is something that you can do today to help set up your bookkeeping for the new tax code.
The IRS has released the 2018 optional standard mileage rates to be used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, medical, moving and charitable purposes.
Our January 2018 client bulletin is focused on investing strategies for the new year and how to prepare your small business for a natural disaster.
With the pending tax bill heading to completion, taxpayers should consider year-end strategies to make sure they are optimizing their tax situations in 2017 and beyond.
Check out our December client bulletin for a look at asset management fees, Roth IRA reversals and year-end thank you gifts from business owners.
Some moving expenses related to starting a new job or relocating an existing job are deductible. See if this information can help you!
Our November client bulletin is all about year-end tax planning! Check it out for a look at planning for investors, retirement, charitable donations, small business and more!