Tax

Small Employers: Should You Jump on the MEP Bandwagon?

Today, approximately 38 million private-sector employees in the United States lack access to a retirement savings plan through their employers….

Are You Eligible for the New Dependent Credit and HOH Filing Status?

The IRS continues to publish guidance to clarify provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Here’s what you…

How Much Will Social Security Recipients Collect Monthly in 2019?

Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for more than 67 million Americans will increase just 2.8% in…

Buying vs. Leasing Equipment: Which Is Right for Your Business?

For tax years starting in 2018, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides new and improved tax incentives for…

Can You Have Too Much Tax Deferral?

Taking steps to defer your individual federal income tax bill is often a good idea. If you expect to be…

5 Ways to Boost Deductions for Charitable Giving

The holiday season is fast approaching. It’s the time when people traditionally make gifts to charities. Generally, year-end donations increase…

Vacation Homes Classified as Rentals See Little Impact from Tax Reform

There’s good news if you own a vacation home that you rent out: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)…

7 Year-End Tax Planning Moves for Small Businesses

Business owners still have time to significantly reduce their tax bills for 2018. Here are seven year-end moves to consider,…

Free Credit Freezes and Fraud Alerts Are Here!

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) just issued some FAQs explaining a new consumer protection law known as the Economic Growth,…

Tax Savings from Cost Segregation Studies Add Up for Businesses

Has your company invested in buildings this year to rent out or use for business purposes? Real estate investors have…