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Clean Up Your (Tax) Act: Small Business Edition

Organizing Your Tax Documents Having a small business and filing your taxes is a whole lot different from filing personal taxes – and honestly, it’s not a walk in the park, especially if you’ve never done it before. Because this isn’t something we have to do every day, it’s easy to overlook and wind up a little messy and unorganized. Life was much easier as a kid, but now we’re grown-ups with grown-up responsibilities. It’s time we clean up our [...]

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Clean Up Your (Tax) Act

Organizing Your Tax Documents Let’s be honest, sometimes we’re all a little messy and unorganized. Life was much easier as a kid, but now we’re grown-ups with grown-up responsibilities. It’s time we clean up our acts a bit. Waiting until the end of the year to collect our records for tax season is a pain in the a**. We often tend to forget when thinking about what’s important to DO because we’re thinking about what’s important to US. The holidays, family, a [...]

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Marriage June 1, 2018

Hi Folks, As I was reviewing the newsletter that you received yesterday, it prompted the topic for my weekly email. The question in the newsletter was from an unsolicited call I received from folks that found me on Google. She was worried about her soon to be husband’s tax issues (it always seems to be the guy that has the problems). They came in, we got him compliant and filed all his past due tax returns. He owed on some and [...]

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Always Traveling….and Jeff’s big ask!

Hi Folks, As most of you know, after tax season and a few days of well-deserved R&R I traveled to DC for IRS meetings. I then left for San Antonia and Georgia to teach at two affiliates of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA)and then it was off to LA for business meetings. I’m traveling to Louisiana, Atlanta, San Antonio (again), Orlando, Washington State, and Mississippi and that gets me through July 6th. Ali and I have a cruise booked [...]

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HSA- May 3, 2018

Hi Folks, I am here in DC for the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC) meetings. Even in my travels, I try to stay on top of all current events and most especially tax matters, that will affect my clients. If you have a Health Savings Account or HSA, either through work, your business or personally, this is important news. Before the new law, The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA), was passed in January, the 2018 contribution limit for a [...]

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