As a small business owner, if you have qualified business income, you may qualify for a nice tax break thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.
The estate tax exclusion for 2018 is $11,180,000 for individuals and $22,400,000 for married couples—and the portability provision is still in place! Learn more in this week’s Estate Planning Tip.
Beginning in 2018 Roth conversions of a Traditional IRA cannot be undone. Once a conversion is made, you will have to live with the tax consequences. Learn more in this Tax Tip.
You’re committed. You’re ready to do it. Let’s create a budget! Uh… where do you start? We have some tips for you in this week’s Financial Tip.
QuickBooks contains tools to help you record the hours employees spend doing work for customers, so you can bill them for services rendered. Learn how in this QuickBooks Tip.
Today’s Marietta Daily Journal: Despite being a conservative investor, Bil Lako, CFP®, takes a look at the phenomenon that is Bitcoin. Read the Article
For tax years 2018 through 2025, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has suspended the itemized deduction for personal casualty and theft losses—but there is an exception. We explain in this week’s Insurance Tip.
The IRS and the State Department have established procedures for denying passport applications or revoking previously issued passports for taxpayers who have a seriously delinquent tax debt. Read more in this Tax Tip.
Even though retirement may be 10 years away, you still have your work cut out for you before the big day. Considering these points now will make the transition that much easier. We explain in this week’s Financial Tip.