Child Tax Credit Enhanced, More Widely Available
There is good news to offer in the form of an enhanced child tax
credit. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), the child tax
credit has doubled, increased the refundable portion, and expanded
Protect Your Business from a Data Breach
As you go about your daily life conducting business online, hackers
are in the wings waiting to pounce and exploit one innocent
miss-click, mistake or mismanagement of company data. Turning a
Meals and Entertainment Changes Under Tax Reform
In general, the new tax Act provides for stricter limits on the
deductibility of business meals and entertainment expenses. Under
the Act entertainment expenses incurred or paid after December 31,
2018 Retirement Plan Limits
The 2018 dollar limit on the maximum permissible allocation under a
defined contribution plan is $55,000. The maximum amount of annual
compensation that may be taken into account on behalf of any
Paying for College: Traps and Blunders
As the school year ends, summer vacation offers parents and
students alike the opportunity to focus on what may be their most
considered subject: PAYING FOR COLLEGE. Many families commit
States have become quicker to declare assets “abandoned” when
account owners lose touch with a financial institution.
Although state laws vary, assets may be determined abandoned if ...
Preventing Tax Identity Theft
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has asked companies to report
patterns of fraud and for tax preparation firms to team up to fight
return fraud. Criminals are using stolen identities to claim
Trump, House GOP Lawmakers Discuss Tax Cuts 2.0
President Donald Trump and House GOP tax writers
discussed "Tax Cuts 2.0" in a July 17 meeting at the
White House. The next round of tax cuts will focus primarily on the
individual side of t...
Wyden Report Critiques GOP’s Tax Reform
The Senate Finance Committee’s (SFC) leading Democrat has released
a report critiquing Republicans’ 2017 overhaul of the tax code. The
report, focusing primarily on international tax refor...
National Taxpayer Advocate Releases Mid-Year Report
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson has released her mid-year
report to Congress. The report contains a review of the 2018 filing
season, and identifies the priority issues the Taxpayer Advocate
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