There’s still time to make IRA contributions for 2021

It’s not too late to make contributions to your traditional or Roth IRA for the 2021 tax year. Contributions made up until April 18, 2022, may be deducted from your 2021 tax return. Any contributions to a traditional or Roth IRA made until the April 18 filing date must be designated for 2021 to the […]

Does my working teen still qualify as a dependent on my taxes?

My teens got their first jobs this year. When do they no longer qualify as dependents? Is there an income maximum they shouldn’t exceed or else it has unpleasant tax repercussions for the parent? Whether you are the parent or the teen, landing that first job is a milestone for most families. While the younger […]

Making business improvements before year-end may get you a bonus

Let’s talk bonus depreciation. It’s time for year-end tax planning, and under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, qualified new and used property that is acquired and placed in service in your business in 2019 is eligible for 100 percent first-year bonus depreciation. In other words, if you have been thinking about purchasing some equipment […]