Residency Audits from High-Tax States

Residency Audits from High-Tax States

With the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act placing a $10,000 cap on state tax deductions, many people are seeking to establish residency in a lower-tax state. According to Accounting Today, while California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island are...
IRS Announces New Ruling on Abbreviated Tax IDs

IRS Announces New Ruling on Abbreviated Tax IDs

The IRS recently announced that it will now allow truncated tax identification numbers (TTINs) on most payee statements, including the Wage and Tax Statement form (W2.) This new ruling is the latest in a series of measures that the IRS has taken in order to reduce...
Guide to The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Every Stage of Life

Guide to The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for Every Stage of Life

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was passed in 2017 made dramatic changes that affect nearly every taxpayer in every stage of life. Understanding what the TCJA means in regard to the season that you are in is essential for financial planning. According to CPA Journal,...
Quarterly Estimated Taxes for Self-Employed Individuals

Quarterly Estimated Taxes for Self-Employed Individuals

In a traditional job, an estimation of your federal and state income tax, as well as social security and Medicare taxes are taken from each paycheck. At the end of the year when you file your tax return, you will either receive a refund for the overage of taxes you...
Key Self-Employed Tax Issues

Key Self-Employed Tax Issues

Being an entrepreneur comes with its own unique set of tax challenges. Self-employment taxes can seem complicated and overwhelming, but they actually boil down to four important categories. According to Accounting Web, the following four key issues are vital for...
The Complete Guide to Non-Taxable Money

The Complete Guide to Non-Taxable Money

Benjamin Franklin famously penned that “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” This tongue-in-cheek idiom has become a popular lament that seems to resurface each tax season. Small business owners, especially, are affected by its...

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