There still may be time to undo your 2017 Roth IRA conversion. But think twice before converting this year because you won’t have the same flexibility with a 2018 conversion.
The alternative minimum tax (AMT) has long been a worry to many individual taxpayers. Learn how TCJA changes might affect your AMT risk, and see our AMT planning tips.
If you’re considering making a gift of income-producing or appreciated assets to a minor or a college student, beware of the big, bad kiddie tax. It’s fiercer under the TCJA.
The TCJA’s new deduction for owners of pass-through entities can be 20% of qualified business income. But a wage-based limit applies if an owner’s taxable income exceeds certain levels. Find out how the limit works.
Assuming a charity is qualified, you may be able to deduct some of the out-of-pocket costs you incur when volunteering for the organization. But the rules are complex.
If you invest in certain green equipment at home, you can save green in the form of tax credits (not to mention the savings on energy costs going forward). Learn what qualifies and how much you can save.
“HSA,” “FSA” and “HRA” may seem like groups of letters you might spot floating in your alphabet soup. But they actually are three kinds of accounts that offer tax-advantaged funding of health care expenses. Here’s a quick comparison.
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.