After a busy winter and spring, you and your employees might be trying to take it a little easy this summer, perhaps using some vacation time or working shorter days. But don’t take it so easy that you miss these important Q3 2018 tax deadlines.
Your estate plan may need a tax update in light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, even if your estate is well under the new $11.18 million estate tax exemption.
Trying to decide where to retire? To avoid unpleasant tax surprises, it’s critical to consider state and local income, property, sales and estate taxes.
Have you recently been awarded restricted stock or do you expect to be awarded such stock this year? The Section 83(b) election can be beneficial if the income at the grant date is negligible or the stock is likely to appreciate significantly. Here’s why.
Pass-through business owners: When can losses be deducted? How much can you deduct in any given year? The TCJA has changed some rules, and you won’t find the changes favorable.
How to set up an accountable plan.
The TCJA preserves the home sale gain exclusion, so if you’re selling your principal residence, you may be able to exclude up to $250,000 ($500,000 for joint filers) of gain. Learn more about the tax treatment of home sales.
Post-TCJA withholding tables could put you at risk of significantly underwithholding your federal income taxes and being hit with an unexpectedly high tax bill when you file your 2018 tax return next year. Here’s what to do to avoid this outcome.
If you recently filed your 2017 individual income tax return or filed for an extension, it may seem like some time off from thinking about taxes is in order. But taking such a break could be costly, especially this year.
It’s easy to accumulate a mountain of paperwork (physical or digital) from years of filing tax returns. Here are some guidelines to help small businesses determine what they need to keep and what they can throw out.