In May’s newsletter, get a start on your tax planning by learning about the tax consequences of different types of virtual transactions, from cryptocurrency to internet marketplaces and online courses.
Tax season is now underway! In March’s newsletter, we share the secret to getting a quick tax refund and more.
With tax season now officially underway, read about how to be prepared for unusual tax documents in our February newsletter.
This month’s newsletter covers some of the common signs of identity theft and what you can do if you find that you’re a victim.
Included in this month’s newsletter are several ideas to help you reduce your tax bill.
The limitation on the deductibility of state and local taxes (“SALT”) at $10,000 was part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act back in 2017. Learn about New York’s pass-through entity tax to help you work around it.
The new year begins with more stimulus payments and other financial assistance courtesy of the latest COVID relief legislation. Read about how the new bill affects your tax and financial outlook.
2020 is bringing changes to an IRS reporting requirement that affects businesses that make payments to independent contractors, freelancers, or others that provide services to your company (other than as an employee).
Working from a home office has become a reality for many of us this year. But what, exactly, are the rules to be able to deduct your home office expenses on your tax return? Read about some ideas to help you qualify for the deduction.
Congress made its original intention clear – the PPP was to be a forgivable loan that, upon forgiveness, would generate tax-free income. The IRS had other plans. Learn more in our latest blog post.