When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed in late 2017, it did not remove the deduction for cash and appreciated assets for nonprofit agencies. National and local nonprofits let out a collective ‘sigh of relief’ knowing donations for 2018 will remain but may look different. Exactly how different?
Scammers posing as the IRS are making threatening phone calls and using email scams to scare taxpayers. Learn how you can tell the difference between a scam and something legit.
Building a formal retirement plan around a certain age may cause you to make drastic changes if something goes wrong. Learn how to plan for the unexpected.
Over the last few weeks, the IRS has been issuing news releases stating that employees should check their withholding…soon. There seems to be a lot of urgency in these notices, don’t you think? While it’s always good to check your withholdings from time to time, the IRS almost seems nervous about 2018 withholdings. Find out why.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed on December 22, 2017 made many changes to individual taxes beginning in 2018. One of those changes was the elimination of a deduction for personal exemptions and replacing it with a higher standard deduction.
The question becomes, if I don’t get a deduction for my dependents, is there any reason to list them on the return? The answer is: absolutely yes.
If your retirement is approaching, it’s time to consider who you may choose as a successor. It can be a daunting decision because of the amount of trust that you are placing in the person you choose. If you run a family business, it is important to separate your opinions as a family member from […]
Here’s a real-life example of why having the proper documentation is very important for claiming automobile expenses and mileage on your taxes. Learn about how to meet the substantiation/documentation requirements required by the Internal Revenue Code on our blog here. “An attorney was not entitled to deduct unsubstantiated car and truck expenses because he failed […]
For a company, stagnant or declining profits are obvious indicators that trouble is on the horizon, but even if profits are rising, there is always room for improvement. Here are a few steps you can take to get on the road to improved profitability.
Effective January 1, 2018, North Carolina annual reports must be filed directly with the Secretary of State. Prior to 2018, North Carolina corporate annual reports could be attached to the income tax return. Payment of the annual report fee now has to be sent to the NC Secretary of State rather than the NC Department of Revenue.
There have been some changes to the retirement plan contribution limits for 2018. These changes allow for higher contributions and we encourage you to take advantage.