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January 17, 2022
Revised Tax Limits for 2022: How Will My Taxes Be Affected?

Although the Build Back Better Act wasn’t passed by Congress in 2021, your tax situation may still be affected by tax changes in the coming year, since some tax figures are adjusted for inflation annually. Your 2021 individual tax return is generally due by April 18 (assuming you didn’t file for an extension), so you’re […]

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January 11, 2022
Tax Obligations for Gig Workers

An increasing number of people have engaged in the “gig” or sharing economy over the past few years. In fact, 16% of Americans have earned money through online gig platforms at some time according to the Pew Research Center’s August 2021 survey. This gig work includes providing car rides, performing household tasks, walking dogs, shopping […]

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January 7, 2022
Defer tax with a like-kind exchange

If you’re looking to sell commercial or investment real estate that’s significantly appreciated, you may be able to defer the tax on the gain using a Section 1031 “like-kind” exchange.  In a like-kind exchange, real property held for investment or for productive use in your trade or business (relinquished property) is exchanged for like-kind investment, […]

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January 6, 2022
End-of-Year Tax Strategies for Stock Market Investors

Carefully structuring capital gains and losses may allow you to save taxes as the end of the year approaches. If you have any losses on investments this year, you may have certain opportunities to offset gains with losses. For instance, if you lost money on some stock this year but you have other stock that’s […]

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January 3, 2022
Thinking of Buying a Corporate Aircraft? Here Are the Tax Implications

Successful businesses that rely on frequent travel may benefit from buying a corporate aircraft, but aircraft ownership comes with a number of tax and non-tax implications. Here are a few of the basic tax rules that may apply. Aircraft used only for business When a company buys a plane for business use only, it can […]

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December 30, 2021
Tax Rules for Court Awards and Out-of-Court Settlements

There are a number of reasons why you may be provided with an award or settlement—including compensatory and punitive damage payments for discrimination, harassment, or personal injury. If so, some of the amount is subject to federal taxes and may also be taxed at the state level. Hopefully, you won’t ever experience a personal injury […]

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December 28, 2021
Steps to Prepare for the Upcoming Audit Season

Auditors will usually ask you to provide similar documents each year, and anticipating an auditor’s document requests can make external audits less stressful and intrusive.  For certain items, including bank reconciliations and fixed asset ledgers, auditors will accept copies or client-prepared schedules. Other items, such as invoices, leases, and bank statements, will need to be […]

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December 17, 2021
Three Year-End Strategies for Cutting Your 2021 Tax Bill

2021 is almost over, but there may still be time to reduce your tax liability. These three quick strategies may allow you to reduce your taxes before the end of the year. Accelerate deductions or defer income Some tax deductions, such as the mortgage interest deduction, are claimed for the year of payment. This means […]

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