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News & Tax Tips

News, tax tips and informative articles.

It’s time to review your documentation to secure tax deductions, credits or other tax benefits. Examples of tax breaks that require meticulous recordkeeping include charitable donations, travel and entertainment expenses, vehicle mileage and business use of your home. You may also want to retain bank statements to substantiate estimated tax payments and expenses that you […]
Many people overlook taxes when planning their mutual fund investments. But you’ve got to handle these valuable assets with care. Here are some tips to consider. Avoid year-end investments Typically, mutual funds distribute accumulated dividends and capital gains toward the end of the year. But don’t fall for the common misconception that investing in a […]
There is now a ton of media chatter about the recently introduced federal tax reform package being passed around in Washington, D.C. While it’s still early in the process, here are some of the key elements of the current proposal. For individuals: Individual tax rate brackets trimmed to three rates of 12, 25 and 35 […]
In an ongoing effort to fight identity theft, the IRS announced it will incorporate a new verification code box on all official Forms W-2 in 2018. Taxpayers preparing their own returns and tax professionals will be asked to include a 16-digit code. This extra authentication step is just one of many new protections the IRS […]
Taxes can cause serious headaches for business owners. Help yourself keep track of federal, state and local taxes by creating a calendar that includes every tax-related deadline that applies to your specific business. Then write out procedures for submitting reports, calculating taxes and making payments. Doing this will help you build a solid process you […]
If you plan on donating to a charity, take steps to ensure it’s tax-deductible. First, check to see if the organization you’d like to donate to is qualified and registered with the IRS. You can do this by visiting the IRS website, or calling (877) 829-5500. You’ll also need to collect receipts to file with […]
The Social Security Administration stated there will be a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for 2018. This is the largest increase since 2012. Up to $128,700 in wages will be subject to Social Security taxes (up $1,500 from 2017).
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