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When Your S Corporation Doesn’t Help

You started a small business. You were told, “You need to be an S Corporation so your taxes will be lower.” You didn’t know what that meant, but it sounded...
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Maintaining Tax-Exempt Status

For charities, membership groups, and other types of non-profits, tax-exempt status is often an organization’s most valuable asset. Losing its tax-exempt status could cause the profits of a membership group...
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Rethinking Business Ownership Decisions

Small business owners understand that “small business” doesn’t equal “easy business.” A lot of resources, decision making, and legal and financial exposure go into creating a thriving enterprise. If all...
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Tax planning in a down year

Maybe it’s all the talk of a recession, but as I’ve been working through tax projections with clients this summer, I’ve been thinking a lot about how tax planning can...
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New Tax Legislation Passed

On top of the sweeping changes in tax laws we’ve seen in recent years, additional tax-related legislation was passed July 2019. This law, the Taxpayers First Act, aims to help...
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How Estimated Taxes for Individuals Work

Many of our clients make estimated tax payments. Part of our job is to help them determine when to make these payments and how much to pay. What are estimated...
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Financial Planning is More Than Managing Investments

As you’ve likely noticed, I hold a designation in financial planning in addition to a CPA license. Although I stick to the realm of taxes in my work, having a...
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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes, Part 2

This is the second in this two-article series. Click here to read the first one. Working with a CPA With all the tax considerations of being an executor, it’s a...
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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes

This is the first of two articles on this topic.  Administering an estate can be a daunting and tiring task. It’s likely something you’ve not done before and may never...
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Got Bitcoin?

While the federal government may not recognize cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereium as substitutes for the US dollar, the IRS absolutely expects that transactions with such currencies be incorporated...
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