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3 Traditional Midyear Tax Planning Strategies for Individuals That Hold Up Post-TCJA

July 17, 2018 Blog

With its many changes to individual tax rates, brackets and breaks, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) means taxpayers need to revisit their tax planning strategies. Certain strategies that were once tried-and-true will no longer save or defer tax. Read More

Key Points for M&A Activity Under the New Tax Law

July 13, 2018 Blog

By Doug Collins, CPA, Partner Nisivoccia LLP The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) brings both opportunities and concerns to the planning and execution of merger & acquisition transactions. It can provide advantages to both sellers and buyers if deals are structured with a full understanding of these changes to the tax code. Read More

What You Can Deduct When Volunteering

July 11, 2018 Blog

Because donations to charity of cash or property generally are tax deductible (if you itemize), it only seems logical that the donation of something even more valuable to you — your time — would also be deductible. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Read More

Do You Know the ABCs of HSAs, FSAs and HRAs?

June 26, 2018 Blog

There continues to be much uncertainty about the Affordable Care Act and how such uncertainty will impact health care costs. So it’s critical to leverage all tax-advantaged ways to fund these expenses, including HSAs, FSAs and HRAs. Read More

Recent Study Reveals Costs, Means and Ways to Stop Fraud

June 22, 2018 Blog

Provided by BKR International Would you leave the front door unlocked to your business or not-for-profit organization? Of course not. That would give thieves easy access to your assets. Read More