In: Tax

maintaining non-profit status
Maintaining Tax-Exempt Status
September 23, 2019

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…

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tax planning in down times
Tax planning in a down year
August 22, 2019

Maybe it’s all the talk of a recession, but as I’ve been working through tax projections with clients this summer, I’ve…

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New Tax Legislation Passed
July 19, 2019

On top of the sweeping changes in tax laws we’ve seen in recent years, additional tax-related legislation was passed July 2019….

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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes, Part 2
May 15, 2019

This is the second in this two-article series. Click here to read the first one. Working with a CPA With all…

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An Executor’s Guide to Taxes
April 29, 2019

This is the first of two articles on this topic.  Administering an estate can be a daunting and tiring task. It’s…

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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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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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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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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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