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Do your tax strategies need a refresh? With individuals and businesses coping with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and some new tax laws going into effect, you probably have questions about tax planning this year. To save the most on your 2020 taxes, you need to plan carefully and take advantage of all deductions, credits, and other breaks that current tax law allows. This is exactly what our 2020 Year-End Tax Planning Guide can help you do.
Our Tax Planning Guide answers frequently asked tax questions for individuals, businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and more. If you have questions about the CARES Act, the SECURE Act, tax changes under the TCJA, need a list of updating tax due dates, or have other questions, please refer to our guide HERE.
Our Estate Planning Guide helps you plan to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes and your loved ones are provided for. From estate planning basics to charitable giving, life insurance, community property, and more, we have many helpful resources in our Estate Planning Guide HERE.
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If your business can be defined as an applicable large employer, the recently signed American Rescue Plan Act might increase the likelihood that you’ll incur a penalty under the Affordable Care Act.
Topel Forman recently hosted a panel featuring talented women at our firm, including tax, audit, and administrative professionals. They had a great discussion about women in the workplace and gave some insightful advice that we would like to share.
Child care is expensive. The newly enhanced child and dependent care credit may help for 2021.
Are you required to make estimated tax payments because you don’t pay enough tax in withholding? Here are the rules.
The American Rescue Plan Act provides sweeping relief measures for eligible families and businesses (March 18, 2021)
Because the American Rescue Plan Act is such an expansive piece of legislation, it’s likely you, your family or your business can benefit from it.