Insurance

What to Consider When Selecting an Employee Benefits Plan

By |2019-01-16T09:51:45-05:00January 16th, 2019|Accounting, Advisory, Economy, Employment, Insurance, IRS, Tax|

For business owners, identifying ways to provide fringe benefits to attract and retain employees has become more crucial than ever.  In this era of low unemployment rates, having a competitive advantage in the labor market can be difficult. This will, in turn, impact a business’ ability to recruit and retain qualified employees and keep operations [...]

Medical and Home Improvement Deductions

By |2017-07-16T15:12:15-05:00June 29th, 2017|Deductions, Healthcare, Insurance, IRS, Saving|

Kyle Merry, Tax Associate, and Joshua Buckingham, CPA and Principal at TD&T focus on two commonly used tax deductions in this article. The medical expense deduction is one of the more detailed tax subjects for clients.  In most instances this deduction will not qualify due to not meeting the minimum threshold.  However, there are some [...]

Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage Plans

By |2017-04-21T12:48:41-05:00March 1st, 2017|Healthcare, Insurance, Medicare|

Medicare and Medicare Advantage – what’s the difference? Kyle Merry, Tax Associate, and Joshua Buckingham, CPA and Principal at TD&T provide some clarification in this article. Each year, more people qualify for Medicare and when they do, they find out it’s not as simple as just signing up for Medicare. In addition to basic [...]

How Well-prepared Are You For Long-Term Care?

By |2017-04-21T12:50:30-05:00December 12th, 2016|Healthcare, Insurance, Long-Term Care|

This quarter’s article by Kyle Merry, Tax Associate, and Joshua Buckingham, CPA, both of TD&T's Oskaloosa office, provides helpful information on considering long-term care insurance options.   If you’re like at least 75% of baby boomers, you’re not well-prepared to cover the costs of long-term care for yourself or your spouse.  One fourth of baby [...]