Should your business add Roth contributions to its 401(k)?

Offering employees a retirement plan is a great incentive for retaining employees and for recruiting new ones. If you don’t already offer a plan for your employees, an available tax credit may make it something worth considering. If your business does sponsor a 401(k) plan, you might someday consider adding designated Roth contributions. Here are […]

IRS allows SALT cap workaround for pass-throughs

When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was enacted in 2017, the $10,000 cap on state and local taxes deductions left residents in high tax states out in the cold. For example, many New Yorkers and Californians know it is not unusual for state income tax amounts to approach the cap from payroll deductions alone. […]

Understanding the passive activity loss rules

Are you wondering if the passive activity loss rules affect business ventures you’re engaged in — or might engage in? If the ventures are passive activities, the passive activity loss rules prevent you from deducting expenses that are generated by them in excess of their income. You cannot deduct the excess expenses (losses) against earned […]

Should you lease or buy that new vehicle? The choice is yours

You’ve sifted through all the options of what year, what make and model, and even what color for your next vehicle. Now you have one more decision: Should you lease or buy? The answer depends on what your priorities and needs are. Below is a brief breakdown of the pluses and minuses of both options. […]