Chew on This: Meals and Entertainment Expenses
Posted Aug 26, 2019
IRS Notice 2018-76 clarifies the new rules around food and beverage deductions under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The TCJA eliminated the traditional 50% deduction for business meals and entertainment, effective in 2018. Therefore, businesses can no longer deduct the cost of expenses relating to entertainment, such as the cost of sporting or […]Read more →
Apps To Help Power Your Small Business
Posted Jun 12, 2019
Today’s smart phones and tablets do so much more than just keep us connected to our friends, family, and business associates. They are also powerful business tools capable of tracking mileage, tallying expenses, and capturing your next business idea. Here are a few of my favorite apps that you may find useful as a small […]Read more →
Victim of Identity Theft? Your CPA Can Help.
Posted May 30, 2019
Cyber crime is, without a doubt, growing at a rapid rate and impacts millions of individuals and businesses. Identity theft, in particular, is on the rise, with more social security numbers being stolen than credit card numbers and $16.8 billion in losses in 2017 (Insurance Information Institute). As your trusted adviser, your CPA understands concerns […]Read more →
Could an Extension Be Right For You?
Posted Mar 24, 2019
Few deadlines are more dreaded than the notorious April 15th tax deadline in the United States. Some people dutifully file their Form 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return and related state returns as soon as their W-2 comes in the mail, perhaps anxious to receive a refund of taxes withheld throughout the year. But if […]Read more →
Why is my tax refund smaller in 2019?
Posted Feb 25, 2019
Before you plan that big spring break vacation or huge deposit into your retirement account (wishful thinking on my part?), consider that your tax refund may be significantly different than it was last year. So what gives? Wasn’t the point of the new tax plan to put more money in people’s pockets? While every person’s […]Read more →
Tax Changes You Need to Know for 2018
Posted Jan 23, 2019
Unless you’ve completely gone off the grid or have fallen into a fairy tale-like 100-year sleep, only to be woken by true love’s kiss, you probably know that Congress passed major tax reform for the 2018 tax year. But what does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act mean for you? Keep reading for some of […]Read more →
How to Prepare for Tax Season
Posted Jan 15, 2019
Ready or not, the official start of tax season is January 28th, and W-2 forms and 1099s are due to the IRS by January 31st, so chances are, you will be receiving important tax documents in the mail very soon. Whether you are super organized and have been keeping a color-coded, indexed file of tax-related […]Read more →