Tax Reform changes depreciation limits on luxury automobiles The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed depreciation limits for passenger… Read more Luxury Automobile Tax Law Update
Understanding Business Taxes is super important. All businesses except partnerships must file an annual income tax return.
When preparing your taxes, we will focus on making sure you profit from every deduction and credit available so you get the biggest refund or lowest liability possible. We encourage you to shop around and compare!
When figuring your estimated tax for the current year, it may be helpful to use your income, deductions, and credits for the prior year as a starting point. Use your prior year’s federal tax return as a guide.
Normally, if you purchase a piece of real estate to fix up and sell it at later date, the profit is taxed under the capital gains rules. There are even more favorable rules if the property qualifies as your principal residence. If you live in it more than two years during the five-year period preceding the sale, you can often exclude the gain from taxation altogether under special rules for homeowners.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have done their damage and more big storms may be on the way. Unfortunately, more than a few disasters occur almost every year in America. If you are unlucky enough to suffer a disaster-related loss, here’s what you need to know about the federal income tax implications.
As people prepare to file their taxes, there are things to consider. They will want to determine if they need to file and the best way to do so.
Grandparents who work and are also raising grandchildren might benefit from the earned income tax credit. The IRS encourages these… Read more Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren Should Check Their Eligibility for EITC
The Earned Income Credit (EIC) is a valuable credit for lower-income taxpayers who work. It can be worth up to $6,318 for 2017, depending on your:
MEDICAL AND DENTAL EXPENSES
You can deduct most expenses relating to medical or dental diagnosis,
treatment or prevention as long as those expenses are in excess of
7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income (AGI).