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An Inside Look at the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

If you own a business, you will want to pay close attention to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017. This act, effective for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2017, affects the financials of business owners and their companies. To make TCJA a bit easier to digest, we want to focus on three new additions to the act involving tax deductions, corporate meals and entertainment.

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Which Education Tax Credit Is Right for You?

Credits related to higher education are some of Americans’ favorite tools for saving money on taxes. These benefits are relatively easy to claim, but the multiple IRS programs can create confusion for taxpayers. There are two separate routes to obtaining tax benefits surrounding educational expenses incurred by taxpayers or their dependents, and each has different qualifications and benefits.

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Why You Should Use Electronic Options When You File

The IRS can process e-file returns faster and with fewer errors than non-electronic options. This means quicker refunds and less contact with the IRS. Who doesn’t like that? IRS e-file provides proof of receipt within 24-48 hours of sending the tax return to the IRS. Individual and business clients can e-file a balance due return and schedule an electronic funds transfer (EFT) from their account for any date.

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Changing State Residency

Taxpayers are constantly searching for ways to reduce their income tax liability. One common way is people trying to establish residency in a state with no income tax (Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming) or with limited tax only on certain investment income (New Hampshire and Tennessee). There are many common misconceptions about what it takes to establish residency in one of these states for tax purposes. Read More »