As expected, the 2% payroll tax cut reducing the employee portion of social security tax from 6.2% to 4.2% of wages has been extended through the end of 2012.
During 2011 Congress made many changes to the corporate tax laws. The New Hire Retention Credit is one which might affect your small business and should be considered
President Barack Obamaâs 256 page budget proposal for fiscal year 2013, released just Monday, includes several tax reform proposals ranging from
The more the IRS âsimplifiesâ things to help in detecting the underreporting of income and gains, the more important it becomes for you as taxpayers to make sure the income thatâs being reported is accurate and free of errors.
For most people, retirement is a big deal and a major decision. There are 3 Levers you control
Different aged spouses retirement ages can have a large impact on the expected payouts from Social Security. The best strategy is not always obvious.
Long term investing is difficult, but not for the reasons you might think.
Tax season is upon us, and many taxpayers will be looking to get their returns filed early in hopes of receiving a refund from Uncle Sam or the state.
As the nation prepares for one of the worldâs most popular sporting events, one has to wonder if this yearâs game can live up to its anticipated hype.
A January 3, 2012 Wall Street Journal article discusses the following: Chesapeake Energy is one of the largest gas producers in the Marcellus Shale formation. What are the value implications for the Utica shale which stretches further west in Ohio?
How crazy can per acre values for oil and gas shale mineral rights get? Bloomberg 1-9-2012 article recaps some recent deals.
The payroll tax cut, resulting in the employee portion of social security tax being reduced from 6.2% to 4.2% of wages, has been extended.
How much should I be saving for retirement? How much should I spend during retirement? When can I retire?
We are excited to unveil our new logo and new look for the New Year! Obviously, the letter âWâ represents Ed Whitcomb, one of our origin
We are really excited about the opportunity to be able to provide you the latest financial, investment, tax and business consulting information
If you are investing or expanding in Ohio, you may qualify for state tax credits.
The Whitcomb & Hess team is pleased to announce four seminars that will help you build wealth and eliminate worry. You'll get practical learning and walk away with a new level of peace about your financial future.