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The Reilly Business Advisor - December 2017 (PDF)

Dec 07, 2017

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Year-end checklist for business owners

Dec 07, 2017

For business owners, an end-of-year checklist can move some important items to the front burner and accomplish strategic planning that will help achieve both business and personal goals.

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New Massachusetts tax incentives benefit college savers and angel investors

Dec 07, 2017

Two state tax incentives are available to individual taxpayers in Massachusetts, effective for the 2017 tax year, benefiting college savers and angel investors.

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Your 401(k) Plan: Who is a ‘participant?’

Dec 07, 2017

It seems simple enough. Your company has a 401(k) Plan, and 75 out of your 95 employees participate by having salary deferrals deducted from their paychecks. So your plan has 75 participants, right? Not quite.

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Thank you, Paula

Dec 07, 2017

The end of the year will bring the end of an era at G.T. Reilly & Company as we bid farewell to Paula J. Freedman, our firm’s long-time Executive Assistant.

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The Reilly Business Advisor - July 2017 (PDF)

Jul 26, 2017

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Changing tax domicile not as easy as it sounds

Jul 24, 2017

If you’re looking to simplify your tax situation by moving to one of the nine states that have no income tax, be sure to plan carefully. Buying a house in a no-income tax state is not sufficient to consider it your state of residency for tax purposes.

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Even in the Digital Age, check fraud remains a problem

Jul 24, 2017

While headlines frequently focus on credit card and electronic fraud and the toll they take on American businesses and consumers, a more traditional form of theft still drains the coffers of too many companies – check fraud.

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Tax reform: Will it happen?

Jul 24, 2017

The tax reform proposal recently put forth by the White House outlines dramatic cuts in the corporate tax rate, as well as simplification of individual tax rates. However, it is uncertain whether Congress will take up tax reform before the end of this year.

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MA tax incentive available to credit unions that support community development corporations

Jan 27, 2017

A Massachusetts tax incentive designed to encourage support of economic development in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods is available to credit unions and other nonprofit organizations.

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