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Tax Consequences of Renting to a Family Member

Tax Consequences of Renting to a Family Member

Posted by John Anderson on January 06, 2023

Be aware of the rental tax rules when renting to a family member, special rules apply.

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Tax Treatment of Intangible Assets

Tax Treatment of Intangible Assets

Posted by Douglas Muth on December 01, 2022

The IRS has specific regulations on the cost of intangible assets. We can guide you through the rules.

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Tax Treatment of Computer Software Costs

Tax Treatment of Computer Software Costs

Posted by Hayden Coll on November 16, 2022

Whether you buy, ease or use proprietary software all our subject to tax, and can be complex based on your circumstances.

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Eligibility and 2023 Limits for Health Savings Accounts

Eligibility and 2023 Limits for Health Savings Accounts

Posted by John Anderson on November 09, 2022

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) offer tax benefits for both the employer and individual employee.

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IRS Announces Inflation Adjusted Deductions and Tax Rates

IRS Announces Inflation Adjusted Deductions and Tax Rates

Posted by Angela Miles on November 03, 2022

From retirement contributions to adjusted tax rates and standard deductions, the IRS has announced 2023 tax information.  Given inflation, these rates and deductions are higher than in previous years.

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What the New Corporate AMT Means for Your Business

What the New Corporate AMT Means for Your Business

Posted by Kerry Roets on October 27, 2022

The new corporate alternative minimum tax (AMT) introduced by the Inflation Reduction Act will have significant implications for certain large corporations once the new tax becomes effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2022. Corporations will need to calculate their applicable financial statement income (AFSI) for each of the prior three years to determine whether they are “applicable corporations.”

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New York State COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program

New York State COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program

Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on October 27, 2022

The time for small businesses to apply for the COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program (the Program) in New York is here.

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Social Security Wage Updates for 2023

Social Security Wage Updates for 2023

Posted by Jonathan Herdlein on October 26, 2022

The threshold for the Social Security wage tax has been adjusted for 2023 up more than $13,000 from 2022.  Income above $160,000 will not be subject to the Social Security wage tax.

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Two Types of Fringe Benefits

Two Types of Fringe Benefits

Posted by Kevin Smeader on October 20, 2022

In this article we explain the difference between employee fringe benefits, including no-additional cost benefits and de minimis fringe benefit, plus a US Tax Court case which illustrates taxable vs. nontaxable fringe benefits.

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The Benefits of a Sales and Use Tax Review

The Benefits of a Sales and Use Tax Review

Posted by Mark Stack on October 10, 2022

Is your business remitting the proper amount of sales and use taxes to the appropriate state and local jurisdictions? A comprehensive review of your organization’s sales and use tax practices, along with improving and automating the necessary processes, may ultimately save your business time and money.

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