There’s still time for small business owners to set up a SEP retirement plan for last year
If you own a business and don’t have a tax-advantaged retirement plan, it’s not too late to establish one and
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The 2018 gift tax return deadline is almost here
Did you make large gifts to your children, grandchildren or other heirs last year? If so, it’s important to determine
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Using knowledge management to develop your succession plan
As the old saying goes, “Knowledge is power.” This certainly rings true in business, as those who best understand their
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Will leasing equipment or buying it be more tax efficient for your business?
Recent changes to federal tax law and accounting rules could affect whether you decide to lease or buy equipment or
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Vehicle-expense deduction ins and outs for individual taxpayers
It’s not just businesses that can deduct vehicle-related expenses. Individuals also can deduct them in certain circumstances. Unfortunately, the Tax
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Are your employees ignoring their 401(k)s?
For many businesses, offering employees a 401(k) plan is no longer an option — it’s a competitive necessity. But employees
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Beware the Ides of March — if you own a pass-through entity
Shakespeare’s words don’t apply just to Julius Caesar; they also apply to calendar-year partnerships, S corporations and limited liability companies
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Careful tax planning required for incentive stock options
Incentive stock options (ISOs) are a popular form of compensation for executives and other employees of corporations. They allow you
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Don’t let scope creep ruin your next IT project
Today’s business technology is both powerful and restive. No matter how “feature rich” a software solution or hardware asset may
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The home office deduction: Actual expenses vs. the simplified method
If you run your business from your home or perform certain functions at home that are related to your business,
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Some of your deductions may be smaller (or nonexistent) when you file your 2018 tax return
While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduces most income tax rates and expands some tax breaks, it limits
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Best practices when filing a business interruption claim
Many companies, especially those that operate in areas prone to natural disasters, should consider business interruption insurance. Unlike a commercial
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When are LLC members subject to self-employment tax?
Limited liability company (LLC) members commonly claim that their distributive shares of LLC income — after deducting compensation for services
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3 big TCJA changes affecting 2018 individual tax returns and beyond
When you file your 2018 income tax return, you’ll likely find that some big tax law changes affect you —
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Financial statements tell your business’s story, inside and out
Ask many entrepreneurs and small business owners to show you their financial statements and they’ll likely open a laptop and
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