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Tax Preparation

You’ve heard it before. It’s a piece of advice you’ve heard over and over again, and you still don’t take it into consideration as often as you should: File your taxes early! Sure, the deadline is roughly a couple of months away but that doesn’t mean you should keep procrastinating. There are obvious benefits to…

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Reduce your taxes. Make your spouse your business partner.

Strategy Overview It works like this: You own an existing sole proprietorship or want to start a new business. You and your spouse form a general partnership or limited liability company to manage the business. You and your spouse provide cash or property for your interests in the new business. Your spouse does not participate…

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On Friday, December 22, 2017, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” was signed into law by President Trump. Most of these provisions go into law January 1, 2018. We have put together a side-by-side comparison of current law and the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” changes. There are numerous tax planning issues facing both individuals and business owners.

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H.R. 3823, the “Disaster Tax Relief . . . Act of 2017” gives tax relief to victims of Hurricane Irma. Here are some of the ways that this Act does this.

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