Posted by Amy L. Gordon, CPA The marriage tax penalty or benefit occurs from a change in a couple’s tax liability as a result of marriage and subsequently filing jointly. The marriage tax penalty results when the tax burden of a married couple filing jointly is greater than that of an unmarried couple filing separately. This penalty has impacted married … Continued
Did you file a timely income tax return and then realize you missed something or made a mistake?
With the basic exclusion amount at $11.18 million and growing, along with portability of a decedent’s unused exclusion, most individuals will not have a federal estate tax liability.
We are in the thick of the tax filing season and the call volume to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is high, so we would like to share some tips the IRS has communicated which will enable you to get a quick answer.
With the new tax law in full effect, it’s a good idea to reexamine your federal tax withholding for this and future years.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) made several changes to the rules regarding the deduction of business meals and entertainment.
As the end of the year quickly approaches, the January 31, 2019, 1099-MISC filing requirement is on the horizon.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made several changes to the automobile provisions, which results in various increased benefits for business owners.
Tax planning is a year-round effort, but as the end of the year approaches and your income and deductions become more evident, it is a good time to take a final look at where you stand and what you can do to minimize your 2018 tax liability.
By Jordon Rosen, CPA, MST, AEP® It’s never too early to think about tax planning and with new rules in force for 2018 (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the “Act,” or “TCJA”), NOW is a good time. Below are a few key provisions of the Act with related planning tips. Keep in mind that most individual provisions are temporary and … Continued