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Does prepaying property taxes make sense anymore?

Nov 27, 2018

Prepaying property taxes related to the current year but due the following year has long been one of the most popular and effective year-end tax-planning strategies. But does it still make sense in 2018?

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TCJA complicates tax planning for investments

Nov 12, 2018

Investors may require different year-end tax strategies under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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Tax-free fringe benefits help small businesses and their employees

Oct 17, 2018

In today’s tightening job market, small businesses need to offer not only competitive pay, but also appealing fringe benefits. Benefits that are tax-free are especially attractive to employees.

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Business meals still deductible at 50% under IRS guidance

Oct 05, 2018

Good news for those who incur expenses for business meals. At least for now, such expenses still may be deducted on 2018 tax returns at the 50% rate.

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Qualified Charitable Distribution could be more valuable to certain taxpayers under TCJA

Aug 14, 2018

The Qualified Charitable Distribution, which survived the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, may be even more valuable now to certain taxpayers.

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Home green home: Save tax by saving energy

Jul 05, 2018

Certain green energy tax credits survived tax reform - temporarily. Learn how you can "go green" and save taxes at the same time.

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Get started on 2018 tax planning now

May 04, 2018

For maximum tax savings, now is the time to start planning for 2018. It’s especially critical to get an early start this year because the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has substantially changed the tax environment.

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Casualty losses can provide a 2017 deduction, but rules tighten for 2018

Mar 15, 2018

If you suffered damage to your home during this winter's snowstorms, you will only be able to deduct the resulting "casualty losses" if the region receives a disaster declaration by the President.

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How home office deduction will change in 2018

Jan 23, 2018

The home office deduction you take for the 2017 tax year may not be available to you for 2018.

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