This month’s newsletter shows several tax moves to consider by December 31st to lessen the amount of money you owe the IRS.
Included in this month’s newsletter are several ideas to help you reduce your tax bill.
As we near the end of 2020, it is time to start thinking about what tax planning strategies should be put in place before year-end to minimize your tax burden. Check out our 2020 tax planning guide in our latest blog post.
Our July newsletter covers effective tax planning, summer road trip tips, IRS audits, setting salaries and basic customer retention.
Our Dec 2018 bulletin looks at the affect of the new SALT deduction limits on home sales, the importance of powers of attorney, and how small businesses should handle year-end bonuses.
Our November client bulletin takes a look at tax planning for individuals and businesses under the new tax law, with a close look at changes to individual deductions.
The new tax law made changes that can reduce or even remove the tax benefits of making charitable contributions. We put together a few strategies that you can use to save on taxes while maintaining your charitable giving.
Starting a new business can mean lower-than-usual income until things get up and running. So can taking off time to travel or care for a loved one. Make the most of a low-income year by having the government help you fund your IRA with the Saver’s Credit.
The new tax law made changes to how you can depreciate the fixed assets purchased by your business. Here’s what you need to know about the changes to section 179 and bonus depreciation.
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.