You know that feeling when you’re just going along, minding your own business, and Uncle Sam kicks in the door and shakes everything up? Thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, we do.
Author: Lesley Mast
Last Updated: March 20, 2018 As the dust continues to settle on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed by President Donald Trump in December 2017, we’re still awaiting much needed guidance from the IRS on each provision. However, when it comes to client support, time is of the essence and we are committed to … Continued
Tax season has only just begun and the IRS isn’t losing any time when it comes to alerting taxpayers about scams – new and old. Read on to learn more.
Got Tax Reform Questions? Sure you do. Who doesn’t?! After all, there’s a lot to wrap your head around. That’s why we’re bringing together our firm’s subject matter experts to explain what the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act means to you and your business.
Click here to read the official transcript for episode 115: “managing the daily grind & maximizing personal productivity: using lean six sigma.”
To run an effective business, you have to be a good steward of your company’s resources. To that end, many companies have embraced the Lean Six Sigma method to improve their efficiency and overall effectiveness – but that doesn’t mean that only large companies with many employees and complex processes can benefit from these teachings. … Continued
Even though small start-ups entities often have little to no income tax liability, they can choose to apply the research credit to their payroll tax liability for taxable years beginning after Dec. 31, 2015. Read on.
Since President Donald Trump took office earlier this year there has been a lot of buzz about his administration’s stance on a number of high profile issues. Read on for tips to help you proceed from a tax prospective.
Just because tax season has ended doesn’t mean you’re free from tax-related scams. In fact, it’s never really a good idea to ever get too comfortable. Read on to learn about new schemes popping up.
Did you remember to report your name change to the Social Security Administration (SSA). Find out how neglecting this responsibility could impact your taxes.