Tax Planning

2020 Tax Planning Strategies For Your Business

By |2020-10-19T10:50:13-05:00September 1st, 2020|Advisory, COVID-19, Deductions, Gifts, Tax Planning|

We can all agree that 2020 has not gone as expected - a global pandemic, unrest around the world, and an upcoming election that could change the political landscape are just a few of the challenges we have faced. However, despite all the turmoil, the IRS is still in place and taxes are still being [...]

Evaluating Deal Structures For a Business Transition

By |2020-03-31T14:18:48-05:00March 3rd, 2020|Advisory, Business Valuation, Change, Gifts, Preparation, Succession Planning, Tax Planning|

  The time has come to begin transitioning out of the business you’ve spent your life building, but where do you begin? Whether you are selling to family, current employees, or an outside party, there are several deal structures to evaluate. We’ll discuss things to consider with various structures but always encourage you to establish [...]

Refine Your Chart of Accounts

By |2020-10-01T17:56:18-05:00February 4th, 2020|Accounting, Advisory, Tax Planning|

  Your financial reports should provide the relevant information you need to make financial decisions. An analysis of your company’s Chart of Accounts should be done to compare these accounts with the data utilized in the report, so you have quick access to the information you need. All accounting systems ultimately gather costs or revenues [...]

4 Items to Consider Before the End of The Year

By |2019-11-22T14:57:17-06:00November 9th, 2018|Advisory, Compliance, Deductions, IRS, Preparation, Tax Planning, Tax Reform, Vehicle|

It’s the time of year when we like to sit down with clients to project current year results and see how we can help them manage their tax liabilities and avoid surprises.  Planning is important with the changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It’s not as simple as accelerating some expenses [...]

What Accounting and Payroll Reminders Should You Keep in Mind for 2020?

By |2019-11-27T15:53:12-06:00October 16th, 2018|Accounting, Compliance, IRS, Payroll, Preparation, Tax, Tax Planning, WOTC|

The end of the calendar year will soon be upon us.  There are a few items to keep in mind as you begin to think about government forms that must be submitted in January. Bonuses Employers often give their employees holiday bonuses around the end of the year. It is important to remember that all [...]

Choosing the Right Accounting Method for Tax Purposes

By |2018-08-31T10:05:14-05:00August 31st, 2018|Accounting, Cash Flow, Change, IRS, Tax Planning, Tax Reform|

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) liberalized the eligibility rules for using the cash method of accounting, making this method, which is simpler than the accrual method, available to more businesses. Now the IRS has provided procedures a small business taxpayer can use to obtain automatic consent to change its method of accounting under [...]

Why the “Kiddie Tax” is More Dangerous Than Ever

By |2018-08-30T08:28:58-05:00August 29th, 2018|Change, IRS, Tax Planning, Tax Reform|

  Once upon a time, some parents and grandparents would attempt to save tax by putting investments in the names of their young children or grandchildren in lower income tax brackets. To discourage such strategies, Congress created the “kiddie” tax in 1986. Since then, this tax has gradually become more far-reaching. Now, under the Tax [...]

Do You Need to Adjust Your Withholding?

By |2018-08-28T16:57:05-05:00August 28th, 2018|Accounting, Change, Deductions, IRS, Preparation, Tax, Tax Planning|

If you received a large refund after filing your 2017 income tax return, you’re probably enjoying the influx of cash. But a large refund isn’t all positive. It also means you were essentially giving the government an interest-free loan. That’s why a large refund for the previous tax year would usually indicate that you should [...]

Choosing the Best Business Entity Structure Post-TCJA

By |2018-08-22T14:58:38-05:00August 22nd, 2018|Advisory, Change, Tax, Tax Planning, Tax Reform|

For tax years beginning in 2018 and beyond, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) created a flat 21% federal income tax rate for C corporations. Under prior law, C corporations were taxed at rates as high as 35%. The TCJA also reduced individual income tax rates, which apply to sole proprietorships and pass-through entities, [...]

Tax Provisions That May Affect Small Businesses

By |2018-08-14T15:39:40-05:00August 14th, 2018|Change, Tax, Tax Planning, Tax Reform|

Now that small businesses and their owners have filed their 2017 income tax returns (or filed for an extension), it’s a good time to review some of the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that may significantly impact their taxes for 2018 and beyond. Generally, these changes apply to tax years beginning after [...]

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