Some employers offer educational assistance plans as a recruitment and retention tool. Here are the rules to help ensure the fringe benefit is tax free to employees.
It’s that time of year again: time to spend your unused dollars if you have an FSA.
There are a number of tax obligations that must be met when a business closes its doors. Sadly, because of COVID-19, many businesses are facing this reality. Here are the basic requirements.
Did you know you could be personally liable for a harsh penalty if payroll taxes withheld from your employees aren’t paid over to the federal government? Learn more about whom the IRS can go after at your business.
The tax treatment of fringe benefits varies. Many types are tax-free to employees, but the TCJA has changed the tax treatment of some benefits. Here’s what small businesses need to know.
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.
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.
How to set up an accountable plan.
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.
You might be able to deduct home office expenses for 2017 but not 2018. The difference may depend on whether you’re an employee or self-employed.