Businesses can deduct 100% of business meals during 2021 and 2022, provided the meals are at a restaurant.
Sole proprietors are 100% personally liable for all business debts and legal claims.
Many individuals who are saving for retirement favor Roth IRAs over traditional IRAs because Roth IRAs allow for tax-free earnings and distributions.
Get Smart. At least when it comes to charitable giving.
Tax time is here, and you are probably facing the ominous chore of compiling records in preparation for your tax appointment.
The standard mileage rates for the use of a car (or a van, pickup or panel truck) have been set beginning on Jan. 1, 2021.
This article looks at the tax benefits and drawbacks of buying, financing, and owning a home.
A higher credit score can have a significant impact on your quality of life!
New Identity Protection for Taxpayers.
Four Questions Business Owners Should Consider During the 2020 Tax Season
The audit process may be avoidable if taxpayers simply understood what we are about to spell out.
Here is a brief explanation of the changes to employee fringe benefits.
Being an effective CEO involves a lot more than just "having a vision" or "barking orders."
The Sec 199A deduction is one of the more complicated pieces of tax legislation ever.
Guidance on getting a PPP loan partially or totally forgiven.
The Covid-19 pandemic has given 2020 more than the usual tax-planning opportunities.
Choosing the right entity type can maximize business and tax benefits and the wrong choice can prove costly.
U.S. individuals living and working abroad may be able to exclude foreign salary or wages from income.