How taxes really work
Most clients don’t really need to know all the aspects of Tax Reform. But a quick reference guide can be helpful. From the new rules on alimony to 529 plans to mortgage interest limitations to meals and entertainment and the new 20% business income deduction – here’s the tip sheet you’ll want to print and keep…tax reform, tcja, trump tax plan
I’m putting this under the category of tax humor but, arguably, it’s not that funny. There used to be a cliche that nothing has changed due to technology and that we still spend most of our income on food, clothing, and shelter. There is something that has grown faster than real estate costs or inflation. That’s the…
Buckle your seat belt because the road to tax savings just got bumpier. We’ll be covering the major changes for tax year 2018 below. Existing clients can obtain a free detailed report on each area by clicking this link and referencing the phrase in the topic column in the subject line of your email.tax reform, tcja, trump tax plan
We’re in the new year now. and it’s never too early to start saving taxes. The reason we call this the “no-brainer” of tax planning is simple. Amounts that are timely contributed to your Simple-IRA, 401(k), SEP-IRA, etc. are fully deductible, These amounts enjoy tax-deferred growth (the 8th wonder of the financial…no-brainer, retirement plans, ye2019
How you define “Real Estate Investor” and “Real Estate Dealer” can make a huge difference in your taxes. Let’s take a look at how big a difference you can make in the tax bite. Say you have a $90,000 profit on the sale of a property. • Dealer taxes could be as high as $46,017. •…Capital gain, dealer, Real estate, real estate professional
Is there still time to pay 2018 bonuses and deduct them on your 2018 return? [Editor’s note: This post pertains to bonuses paid to your employees and non-owners. Special rules apply to related parties, so be sure to contact us before venturing into that area. That said, let’s discuss how to reward your team members…
This is because the tax rates are less than in 2017 for every income bracket. Although there is always the exception the proves the general rule, here are the new reduced rates for tax year 2018. Existing clients are welcome to email us for an estimate of just how much savings you may realize.