Posted by Cheryl A. Jankowski on November 07, 2019
Do charitable gifts play an important role in your estate plan? If you make or plan to make substantial noncash gifts to charity, you should be aware of how new requirements for appraisals can affect those donations.
Posted by Kristin Re’ on November 06, 2019
In many places, real estate prices are soaring. That's good news for owners of undeveloped land in those areas, but if they decide to subdivide and develop highly appreciated property, it could trigger a whopping income tax bill.
Posted by Douglas Muth on November 01, 2019
If your manufacturing company struggles to recruit and retain quality workers, you're not alone.
Posted by Robert Ingrasci on October 29, 2019
When you hear “estate planning,” you probably think of trusts and other vehicles for minimizing taxes and passing on more wealth to your heirs. However, a will remains the cornerstone of any estate plan.
Posted by Kerry Roets on October 17, 2019
Due to political gridlock, federal tax law hasn't changed much since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted. Most of the provisions affecting businesses went into effect last year, so the year-end tax planning strategies that worked for 2018 may still be valid for the current tax year, but your specific tax situation might be different.
Posted by David Schlein on October 10, 2019
The stock market has experienced plenty of ups and downs this year, so some investors are poised to take big gains for 2019, while others are currently showing losses and many have both. What are the tax consequences if you sell securities?
Posted by Kevin Smeader on October 08, 2019
Recordkeeping for reimbursing business travel expenses can be cumbersome. Instead of reimbursing employees for the actual costs they incur for out-of-town lodging, meals, and incidentals, some employers opt to pay fixed travel per diems.
Posted by Mark Stack on October 04, 2019
Unfortunately, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminated tax deductions for certain employee transportation fringe benefits, but other fringe benefits are still deductible by employers and tax-free to employees.