10 year-end tax strategies to take advantage of now

In just a few months, 2020 will come to a close. There is still time, though, for strategic tax planning before the end of the year. The following are the top 10 tax strategies you can take advantage of now. Qualified Improvement Property – Review your 2018 and 2019 reinvestments to see if additional depreciation […]

More parents may owe “nanny tax” this year, due to COVID-19

In the COVID-19 era, many parents are hiring nannies and babysitters because their daycare centers and summer camps have closed. This may result in federal “nanny tax” obligations. Keep in mind that the nanny tax may apply to all household workers, including housekeepers, babysitters, gardeners or others who are not independent contractors. If you employ […]

Keep all records related to PPP loans and forgiveness application

“Uncertainty” is a word that defines the era of coronavirus, but there is one thing that is certain: You must keep documentation of everything you do. Guidance continues to emerge, and more legislative changes have been made to the Paycheck Protection Program with the PPP Flexibility Act. How this will impact your loans or your […]

Seniors: Can you deduct Medicare premiums?

If you’re age 65 and older, and you have basic Medicare insurance, you may need to pay additional premiums to get the level of coverage you want. The premiums can be costly, especially if you’re married and both you and your spouse are paying them. But there may be a silver lining: You may qualify […]

Beware of audit if you plan to move to a lower-tax state

If you’re thinking about moving to a place with nice weather and a nicer environment for taxes, you’re not alone – and one of the people who may be following you is an auditor. More and more Americans are moving to states that have more favorable tax laws, a trend that seems to have picked […]