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Happy New Year! I hope you have had a wonderfull holiday season.
It's that time of year again! Let's talk about Charitable Donations!
Keeping with our examination of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes, this month we will talk about depreciation.
As promised, we will be continuing our examination of the recent changes to the US tax law. In this issue, we will look at the updates to itemizing.
Another busy tax season is in the books, and I want to thank all of our wonderful clients for . allowing us to help them with their tax and accounting needs. We are here because of YOU. It is with that idea in mind that I came up with the theme for this year's newsletters.
The IRS defines a charitable donation as “a donation or gift to, or for the use of, a qualified organization. It is voluntary and is made without getting, or expecting to get, anything of equal value.” But what is deductible when it comes to a charitable contribution?
I wanted to take a few moments of your time to talk to you about Healthcare Spending Accounts.
A Healthcare Spending Account, or HSA, is paired with a high deductible insurance policy; account holders pay into the account pre-tax,
The following are some of the more common medical expenses that are deductible (These expenses are only deductible if actually paid during the year and pre-tax dollars were not used to make payments; for example, paid through FSA or HSA):
With the holiday season quickly approaching, people generally start making more charitable contributions. Here are a few tips to make sure that your charitable contributions are tax deductible
A Roth IRA is similar to a traditional IRA, but there are a few things you should know before investing in a Roth IRA. Keep reading! Income Limits & Contributions: There are income limits for contributing to a Roth that could potentially make you ineligible to participate.
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