Posted by Michē Needham on August 15, 2018
Did you know that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) imposes a new limitation on business interest expense deductions? Fortunately, many businesses won’t be affected by the change, based on their size or the nature of their operations.
Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on August 14, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act makes sweeping changes, but some of the new provisions won't necessarily be relevant to your situation. Here's a quick reference guide to the major changes under the new law to help you understand what's changing.
Posted by Amanda Mooney on August 13, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a game changer for many U.S. households. Most people will owe less tax under the new law — but some people will owe more. Many taxpayers are unsure whether their current 2018 withholding and estimated quarterly payments will be sufficient.
Posted by Mark Stack on August 09, 2018
Small business owners are always looking for easy ways to lower their taxes. Here's a simple, but effective, tax planning technique that's available under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) for 2018 through 2022.
Posted by David Schlein on August 09, 2018
Do you have long-term capital gains or qualified dividends? If so, there's good news: After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), you might still qualify for the 0% federal income tax rate on these types of income.
Posted by Mark Stack on June 26, 2018
The new U.S. Supreme Court ruling paves the way for states to require Internet sellers to collect sales tax from consumers — even if they don't have a physical presence in the state.
Posted by Mark Stack on June 13, 2018
Many state legislatures are now in session. A major issue that state lawmakers may currently face is whether to conform their state income tax systems to all the changes included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Some states are considering or have adopted legislation to address the following key provisions of the new tax law.
Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on June 13, 2018
Normally, shareholders owe tax on gains they earn from selling corporate stock, but that may not be true if you can operate your venture as a qualified small business corporation (QSBC).
Posted by David Schlein on June 08, 2018
The tax brackets for long-term capital gains and qualified dividends are changing under the new tax law. For 2018 through 2025, these brackets aren't linked to the ordinary-income tax brackets for individuals.
Posted by Amanda Mooney on June 08, 2018
Before you settle into the lazy days of summer, it may be a good idea to meet with your tax advisor to brainstorm ways to cut your taxes. The tax rules underwent a major overhaul last winter. Here are some ideas for individuals and small business owners to consider in the coming months.