14 Mar 2018
March 14, 2018

How Do You Handle Multistate Taxes?

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If your business is headquartered in one state, but you sell your products across the border, do you have to pay taxes in the recipients’ state? This answer depends largely on whether you have what is referred to as a “nexus,” meaning an establishment in the recipients’ state. So what is a nexus and what.. read more →

Ever wonder how a financial planner is different from a stockbroker? Stockbrokers are also seen as market mavens who trade stocks. Planners aren’t accountants, either (although some accountants do work as financial planners) — they aren’t called upon just to lower your tax bill and they aren’t insurance agents who try to sell you complicated.. read more →

To collect unpaid taxes, the IRS is turning to private companies. The growing backlog of debt is proving too much for the agency, which announced this past April that it’s turning to four debt collection companies to round up outstanding payments from taxpayers who’ve been contacted numerous times and still haven’t coughed up any cash… read more →

07 Mar 2018
March 7, 2018

New Rules for the Individual AMT

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The alternative minimum tax, or AMT, has long been a thorn in the side of taxpayers who are comfortable but not quite rich. President Trump, who paid a whopping $31 million in taxes under the AMT on his 2005 tax return, campaigned to eliminate the so-called shadow tax. But when the Tax Cuts and Jobs.. read more →

07 Mar 2018
March 7, 2018

Tax Re-Forum

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Thank you to those who attended our recent Tax Re-Forum, a forum aimed to help clarify and simplify the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  If you wanted to attend, but couldn’t, we are happy to provide you with our slides from the presentation.  Even better, if you would like us to come and present to.. read more →