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  • Tax Extenders Included In New Budget Deal

    One feature of the recent budget deal includes tax extenders retroactively to 2017.  The deal would reinstate the below 32 provisions for one year, only through 2017, leaving their fate for the current year unknown. This gives Congress an opportunity to evaluate each extender on its own merits to determine whether it should become part of the […]

  • New Rates for 2018

    With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), many tax brackets, thresholds, and rates will change in 2018. Noticeable changes to the structure of the individual tax code include the elimination of personal exemptions, the elimination of the Pease limitation on itemized deductions, and the expansion of the Child Tax Credit. Additionally, […]

  • Outsourcing of IT functions, make sure it makes sense

    Many of today’s businesses have taken to outsourcing various IT functions. The goal of doing so is usually to save money. But rushing into such an arrangement could mean losing money on the project itself while diminishing employee morale and even compromising your reputation. Here are a few best practices to follow to help ensure […]

  • Even if your income is high, your family may be able to benefit from the 0% long-term capital gains rate

    We’re entering the giving season, and if making financial gifts to your loved ones is part of your plans — or if you’d simply like to reduce your capital gains tax — consider giving appreciated stock instead of cash this year. Doing so might allow you to eliminate all federal tax liability on the appreciation, […]

  • You Don’t Have to Take Business Insurance Costs Sitting Down

    Adequate insurance coverage is, in many cases, a legal requirement for a business. Even if it’s not for your company, proper coverage remains a risk management imperative. But that doesn’t mean you have to take high insurance costs sitting down. There are a wide variety of ways you can decrease insurance costs. Just two examples […]

  • Seasonal business? Optimize your operating cycle

    Every business has some degree of ups and downs during the year. But cash flow fluctuations are much more intense for seasonal businesses. So, if your company defines itself as such, it’s important to optimize your operating cycle to anticipate and minimize shortfalls. A high-growth example To illustrate: Consider a manufacturer and distributor of lawn-and-garden […]

 

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