Tax News and Tips

When you’re a corporate employee – if you’re lucky – you have a company-matched 401K and maybe even a fully
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Chances are, when you started out working online, you didn’t put much thought into your actual business setup. You probably
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Make an impact on your 2014 tax return. Learn how strategic tax planning can help you keep more of your
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Download Your copy of our 2016 Tax Planning Guide Now! The DE-Taxes 2016 Tax Planning Guide relays the most up-to-date tax
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Our office has been receiving calls and emails from clients and small business owners,  asking for updates on Section 179
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Act now before December 31, 2014. The IRS has renewed the Tax Increase Prevention Act, enacted Dec. 19, extended for
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Here are four reminders for You to consider as part of your year-end IRA tax planning.       Limits
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There are many articles that provide information about contributing to IRAs and then rolling them into a Roth. However, what
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IRS Clarifies Application of One-Per-Year Limit on IRA Rollovers, Allows Owners of Multiple IRAs a Fresh Start in 2015  
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Starting in 2014, if you get your health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, you may be eligible for
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It is time again to plan your year-end gifts and charitable donations. Several important tax law provisions have taken effect
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Download Your Copy of Our 2014 Year-End Tax Planning Guide! The DE-Taxes Tax Planning Guide relays the most up-to-date tax
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank all guests for attending our last two Tax Planning Roundtable Discussions.
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We are proud to let our clients know that we are now on Thumbtack to serve our customers better online.
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Thank You for attending our Tax Planning Roundtable Discussion We would like to take this opportunity to thank all guests
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Are credits related affordable care act are only valid if businesses offered healthcare benefits? For qualifying small employers, businesses who
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I have an S-Corp but revenues have not been high enough for me to draw a salary. What are the
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Employment Tax Comparison - what accounts for difference in "salary" v. "Income"? An “S” corporation is a special corporation that’s
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If I have a business and am employed full or part time, will I need to pay self-employment taxes? Yes,
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We are incorporated as an LLC, but filing as S Corp. What are the advantages or disadvantages? The answer is
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