The 2015 Tax Extenders Bill has given business owners new predictability in the tax code and has given you the opportunity to hone your tax strategies.
If you’re conducting your final year-end tax planning now, ask yourself one question: Are you proactive or reactive?
As Americans, we pay many taxes, some during tax season and others throughout the year. Here’s your list of the taxes you’re responsible for.
The subject of employee fraud is a delicate one. Vigilance requires an investment of time and money in return for an uncertain payoff.
Business owners planning for a successful future should always begin by identifying and understanding their primary objectives for themselves, their families, their ownership and their businesses.
The file-and-suspend claiming strategy to try and optimize Social Security benefit disappears.
Whether Old Punxsutawney Phil’s Groundhog Day prediction came true or not, one thing is certain to arrive each year: Tax Day. April 15, 2015 is just a short 7 weeks away. There’s no hiding or going back into a hole to avoid or evade its certainty. We must face it head on. Mailboxes across the […]
Can the trend of IRS budget cuts continue, even as the nation’s tax code and regulations become more complex each year? Tax advisor Dan Engelhardt explains.
While I would love to be telling you all about a new 2014 tax law extending the 54 tax provisions that expired at the end of 2013, I can’t because it is mid-November and Congress still has not passed any tax legislation to clarify the situation. Even without a new tax law there are still […]
On December 16th, Congress passed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014. This Bill, which is awaiting the President’s signature, extends over 50 tax provisions that expired 12/31/13 and retroactively reinstates them for a period of one year to cover the 2014 tax year. It is uncertain if these provisions will be extended past 2014, […]