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It’s hard to believe we are well into March and opening day is next week. A large focus of our content this month has been about important dates for tax filing and extensions. We’ll review one of the last deadlines from the first quarter of the tax year and the deadlines you’ll need to know
I thought my refund was supposed to be BIGGER? Tax season is well underway and many filers are eagerly awaiting their return. Those that changed their withholding based on the new tax law may question why their return is smaller than prior years. The good news is that you have been receiving more take-home pay
Today marks the 17th day of the government shutdown. If the shutdown extends into late January and even February, you should expect to not receive your returns until the government reopens. President Trump has no tentative date set for the government to reopen until Republicans and Democrats can come to a settlement regarding the Border Wall.
‘Tis the season for gift-giving to family and friends! Whether it is a small gift to a colleague or a large gift, like helping your daughter buy a house, there are some gifts that the IRS requires you to pay taxes on. With changes made in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, we are here
Whether you have a small gathering at the office or take your employees out to dinner and drinks, it’s important to know what you can deduct from your company holiday party. Under President Trump, important changes have been made to meals and entertainment and it’s important to know what qualifies for deduction. WHAT CHANGED? While the deduction
The day before Thanksgiving is considered the busiest travel day of the year, as people fly, drive, and take trains to their families to celebrate the holiday. An estimated 54.3 million people are expected to hit the road on Thanksgiving Eve, according to Triple A. What about if you are on the go for business