13 02, 2020

The IRS Says “Gotcha!”

Late filing of S corporation and partnership returns can be costly: The last couple of years, the IRS has been penalizing late filers of S corporation and partnership tax returns. This despite the fact that late filing of the tax returns (Forms 1120S and 1065), due March 15th, often does not impact the receipt

7 02, 2020

New Rules Mean Saving More for Retirement

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, also known as the SECURE Act, was passed by Congress in late December 2019. Here are some of the features in the new legislation that will help you save more for retirement: Money can continue to grow tax deferred If you turn 70½ in 2020

23 01, 2020

There’s Still Time to Fund Your IRA

There is still time to make a contribution to a traditional IRA or Roth IRA for the 2019 tax year. The annual contribution limit is $6,000 or $7,000 if you are age 50 or over. Prior to making a contribution, if you (or your spouse) are an active participant in an employer's qualified retirement

23 01, 2020

Last Minute Tax Law Changes

Late on Friday December 20th a new 1,770 page bill was signed into law. Deep within the pages of the bill are a number of retroactive tax law changes to current and expired tax laws. These new law extenders are in place for both 2019 and 2020. Here is what you need to know:

23 01, 2020

Pay Attention To Cash Flow

Dear Friends and Clients: When tracking and planning your business objections, it's easy to focus your analysis on two reports - the income statement and balance sheet. But one of the primary keys to your business's success relies more on how you handle the money flowing in and out of the business. The appearance

23 01, 2020

No Check! Where’s Your Proof?

Year-end is a good time to ensure you have proper documentation to substantiate your tax deductions. This is important as many banks start deleting online documentation that is over one year old. Background Two things have happened over the past ten years that have greatly reduced the ability to have a canceled check as

9 12, 2019

Reminder: Major Employment Tax Deadlines

Handling employment taxes can be complicated, especially when you’re required to file important tax documents throughout the year. Here's a list of key forms and deadline dates to help keep you on track. Form 941 — Employer's quarterly federal tax return This form is used to report income tax withheld from employees' pay and