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Why adding children to your bank account or home deed could be a bad idea

Why adding children to your bank account or home deed could be a bad idea

Adding your kids to your bank account or home deed can create a host of legal, financial, and tax issues that can leave you and your loved ones vulnerable to significant risks and losses. Learn about the issues and alternative solutions to help you achieve your estate planning goals.
Business Interest Expense: How much can you deduct?

Business Interest Expense: How much can you deduct?

The tax treatment of business interest expense is governed by Section 163(j) which places limits on the amount of interest businesses can deduct on their tax returns based on their income and other factors. Unfortunately, the calculation for determining a company's limit has changed starting with the tax year 2022 and stands to impact many large businesses negatively.
The IRS updates its defintion of digital assets for tax purposes

The IRS updates its defintion of digital assets for tax purposes

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has slightly changed the wording of the tax forms for the 2022 tax year regarding the declaration of cryptocurrency transactions by taxpayers. Learn more about the change.
Properly Funding Your Living Trust

Properly Funding Your Living Trust

Failing to properly fund a living trust is one of the most common errors people make and can lead to unintended consequences and added costs for both the individual and their beneficiaries. In this video, we'll provide an overview of how to properly fund a living trust.
Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for individuals

Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for individuals

The SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 aims to improve retirement savings by making it easier for employers to offer retirement plans to employees and for individuals to increase their retirement savings. Learn about select provisions of the Act that affect individuals.
Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for employers

Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for employers

The SECURE 2.0 Act aims to improve retirement savings by making it easier for employers to offer retirement plans to employees and for individuals to increase their retirement savings. This article will discuss selected provisions of the Act and their potential impact on employers.
February 2023 Newsletter

February 2023 Newsletter

Tax season is upon us. Please review information related to tax filings, changes to our email domains and other valuable information...
Updated guidance on the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit program

Updated guidance on the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit program

Since the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 was signed into law, there has been confusion surrounding some of the new requirements for the Clean Vehicle Credit. This article will provide an overview of the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit program, including recent guidance from the IRS to help clear up confusion.
Expired and expiring tax provisions that may impact you and your business

Expired and expiring tax provisions that may impact you and your business

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made several sweeping changes to the tax code. However, many provisions contained a “sunset” or expiration date. This article will review several provisions that have either recently expired or are scheduled to expire in the coming years.
Estate planning considerations for blended families

Estate planning considerations for blended families

When two people with children from previous relationships get married, they form a blended family. While this can create a unique and loving situation, it raises some complicated estate planning considerations. In this article, we discuss how to ensure that your stepchildren are included in your estate plan and how to make sure that your biological children are never left out. 
Planning for Social Security retirement benefits

Planning for Social Security retirement benefits

Planning for Social Security benefits is an important task for those nearing retirement. Learn about Social Security, how to maximize your benefit and how benefits are taxed.
Does your company need an employee benefit plan audit?

Does your company need an employee benefit plan audit?

An employee benefit plan audit is a periodic and independent examination of a company’s benefit plans that are subject to ERISA. If your company currently offers or plans to offer an employee benefit plan, read this article to learn about audit requirements.
Bonus depreciation phase-out begins January 2023

Bonus depreciation phase-out begins January 2023

100% Bonus depreciation is a tax provision that allows businesses to deduct the cost of certain qualifying property in the year it is placed in service rather than having to depreciate the cost over several years. Unfortunately, the 100% bonus depreciation deduction will begin to phase out after 2022. Learn more about the phase-out schedule and the alternative Section 179 deduction.
FASB Proposes Changes to Lease Accounting Rules

FASB Proposes Changes to Lease Accounting Rules

The Financial Accounting Standards Board recently issued a proposed Accounting Standards Update for Leases (Topic 842). The update addresses related-party arrangements between entities under common control. This video provides an overview of the proposed changes.