There are several options for operating your small business. For example, a sole proprietorship, an S corporation or a partnership. Take a look at why a limited liability company (LLC) might be right for you.
How much can you contribute to an IRA for 2021? How much is the standard deduction? Here are some Q&As about these and other tax-related amounts for 2021.
How much do your employees have to earn in 2021 before they can stop paying Social Security tax? How much can they contribute to 401(k) plans this year? Here are the answers to these and other questions about tax-related inflation adjustments and changes affecting businesses.
Arizona voters approved Proposition 208, which took effect on January 1, 2021. Prop 208 adds a 3.5% surcharge to Arizona’s highest personal income tax bracket, resulting in an effective tax rate of 8% for affected taxpayers. At this increased 8% tax rate, Arizona becomes one of the highest taxing states for top earners. Affected individuals are[ … ]
After paying into Social Security for all your working years, you may be surprised to learn that the benefits may be taxed in retirement. Here are the rules.
If you’re like most Americans, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to many questions. Health issues are of utmost concern but you may also have many financial questions. Here are some answers.
Are you charitably minded and have a significant amount of money in an IRA? If you’re age 70½ or older, and don’t need the money from required minimum distributions, you may benefit by giving these amounts to charity. IRA distribution basics A popular way to transfer IRA assets to charity is through a tax provision[ … ]
While most provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) went into effect in 2018 and either apply through 2025 or are permanent, there are two major changes under the act for 2019. Here’s a closer look. 1. Medical expense deduction threshold With rising health care costs, claiming whatever tax breaks related to health[ … ]
As we approach the end of 2018, it’s a good idea to review the mutual fund holdings in your taxable accounts and take steps to avoid potential tax traps. Here are some tips. Avoid surprise capital gains Unlike with stocks, you can’t avoid capital gains on mutual funds simply by holding on to the shares.[ … ]