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Consider these 2021 cost-of-living adjustments as you complete year-end tax planning and plan for next year.
As 2020 winds down, it’s time for businesses to take stock of their tax situations and implement year-end tax planning strategies.
Interested in reducing your 2020 tax liability? There’s still time to take these 2020 year-end tax planning steps.
Employees pay Social Security tax on their wages up to the current tax year’s “wage base.” The Social Security Administration just announced the base amount for 2021.
Did you file an extension until Oct. 15 to file your 2019 tax return? After finishing, you might not want to throw away your tax records.
Even though taxes may not be the hottest topic of the upcoming presidential election, it’s worth your while to learn about each candidate’s tax proposals.
With fall arriving, it’s time for businesses to start thinking about year-end tax strategies. It’s also time to think about the fourth quarter 2020 tax filing deadlines.
Have you lost your job and collecting unemployment? Or are you fortunate to be working from home because of the pandemic? Both of these situations could have tax implications.
With the presidential and congressional elections nearing and interest rates at historic lows, it’s a critical time to discuss your wealth transfer goals.
The IRS has issued guidance on the payroll tax deferral scheduled to begin on September 1. Here’s what it says.