Atlanta Tax Blog

Got Bitcoin?
March 6, 2019

While the federal government may not recognize cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereium as substitutes for the US dollar, the IRS…

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Did your children make money this year?
March 4, 2019

If your minor children have W-2s from a summer job or working in your business, or if they have unearned income…

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Benefits of Cash Flow Management and How to Get Started
March 4, 2019

As discussed in a previous article, maximizing net cash inflow is a significant goal of financial planning. Managing cash flow is…

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Freeze Your Credit
February 4, 2019

This article isn’t about taxes at all. It’s about your credit. Sadly, with a few key pieces of information that are…

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IRS Finalizes Qualified Business Income Deduction Guidance
January 28, 2019

When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law in December 2017, much was made of the…

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Profitability vs Cash Flow
January 15, 2019

There’s a saying that goes, “Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity, cash is king.” As a tax advisor, I’m always monitoring…

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IRS Shutdown Greets the New Year
January 6, 2019

A continued federal government shutdown rang in 2019, and the impact is being felt by more and more Americans every day….

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Business Meal Deductions for Clients and Prospects Still Allowed Under TCJA
December 10, 2018

We could all use some good news from the IRS, right? In Notice 2018-76, the IRS stated that client and prospect…

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2019 cost-of-living adjustments and what they mean for you
December 10, 2018

Each year, certain tax-related figures adjust with inflation. As you kick off the new year, be sure to take these 2019…

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Capital gains tax deferred and eliminated through the new Opportunity Zone tax incentives
November 27, 2018

To encourage investment in distressed areas of the US, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) establishes a mechanism by which…

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