As the U.S. approaches the debt ceiling deadline, the implications of not raising it grow more severe. This article delves into the potential consequences of a default and how it may affect the U.S. economy and financial markets.
Parenting comes with many responsibilities, which include teaching children how to budget, save money, and make responsible financial decisions. In this video, we'll cover six tips to help your children learn about saving, spending and investing.
If your employees travel for work purposes, it’s important to understand the various methods of tracking and substantiating travel expenses so that you can maintain accurate records, control costs, and take advantage of potential tax benefits. Watch this video to learn about business travel expenses, per diem allowances, and how they affect employees and employers.
Employers must protect their interests when employees leave or join their company, but the use of non-compete agreements and similar contracts is becoming increasingly regulated at the state and federal levels. This article explores common business agreements and best practices to mitigate potential risks.
Trusts are an essential tool for estate planning, but their tax implications can be confusing. Understand the differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts, grantor and non-grantor trusts, and simple and complex non-grantor trusts to determine which trust is best for your unique financial situation and goals.
Confused about which nutrition, wellness, and general health expenses may be considered medical expenses? The IRS has published a series of FAQs to help clarify this. In this article, we explore these FAQs and offer guidance on when and how certain expenses may be eligible for deductions.
Each year, the Internal Revenue Service publishes its annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams highlighting various schemes that put taxpayers and their financial well-being at risk. In this video, we'll provide an overview of five of the top scams on the list.
Tax season is upon us again, and this time of year can be stressful for many taxpayers. Not only do you have to gather all your financial documents for your tax return, but you also have to face the possibility of owing money to the IRS. If you are in this situation and can't pay your entire tax bill immediately, don't panic - you have options.
Now that Research & Experimentation expenses must be amortized over several years, many companies are looking for ways to increase deductions and reduce taxable income. Here are three opportunities to potentially accelerate depreciation and reduce your tax liability.
If you earn income as a freelancer, independent contractor, or from a side gig, you'll likely do so as a sole proprietor or single-member LLC and report your income on a Schedule C. Learn more about these types of entities and the Schedule C in this article.
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.