What supporting documentation do you need to claim charitable deductions on your federal income tax return?
Certain tax numbers are adjusted for inflation each year. This year, many of the numbers are unchanged or change only slightly from 2015 amounts.
Discussing finances with your parents may be a talk none of you are eager to tackle. But addressing the topic can benefit your entire family by clarifying your parents? wishes...
How to keep your retirement on schedule and avoid unexpected costs and pitfalls.
The Affordable Care Act is here to stay and there are basics about the act we all need to understand...
On November 2, 2015, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 was signed into law. This changes some of the creative claiming strategies which have been part of plans...
Quick & easy chart to know your limits for this year.
The standard mileage rates you can use to calculate your deductible vehicle expenses during 2016 for business, medical, and moving mileage have decreased from last year.
In December, Congress extended tax breaks known as "extenders" retroactively to the beginning of 2015. In addition, the new law makes some of the rules effective through 2019...
Every once in a while, we get lost and end up driving in circles. It can be pretty surreal...
With most market indexes flat to negative in 2015, investors have been left wondering if there was any place they could have put their money this year that would have delivered respectable gains.
When it comes to accounting and the preparation of your taxes, there are several advantages a CPA (certified public accountant) may hold compared to your average tax preparer.
In this seminar, Changes & Critical Decisions to Maximize your Social Security Benefits, we will explain how to strategically utilize the changes in the Social Security filing rules as you approach retirement.
Add cash management to your list of business goals for 2016.
Starting January 1, the standard mileage rate for driving a vehicle for business purposes is set at 54 cents per mile.
In mid-December, Congress renewed a long list of tax breaks known as extenders that have been expiring on an annual basis.
The right documents put together end the year on a strong note.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, H.R. 2029, was passed by Congress on Thursday and Friday and President Obama is expected to sign it into Law.
As you update your beneficiary designations and wrap up other tax-related year-end matters, take time to make sure your estate plan reflects current rules. Why?
Whether or not Congress renews the "extender" tax provision allowing transfers from your IRA to a charity, a year-end review of retirement account rules is a good idea.
We are approaching the end of another year, and with that we begin thinking about the filing of tax returns and the payment of taxes for 2015. We have always believed strongly that...
In addition to all the shopping, eating, and spending time with family during this holiday season, there are several things you might want to be thinking about in order to...
Markets enjoyed relatively modest gains in November
One of the most challenging decisions every business owner faces is determining the proper price for his product or service. In general, small business owners tend to under value their product or service.
This is the final part in my blog series on Critical Things to Consider in Purchasing a Business.
Good customer service leads to repeat sales and referrals, which lead to higher revenues and profits. The result is a stronger, more secure business. Your sales staff knows this well.
That ticking you hear is the tax clock winding down - quickly. There is only a very short time left to cut your taxes for 2015. Here are moves you can still make before year-end.
On November 2, 2015, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 was signed into law. With this, some of the creative claiming strategies, specifically â€œfile and suspend" and " restricted application"...