Why You Should Love Your Stinkers

Why You Should Love Your Stinkers We have had quite a few emails and calls about the 9 Ways to Reduce Your Taxes attachment in the November newsletter. Most of the questions were about the “wash sale” rule typically used in selling stocks so let’s spend some more time...

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How to Title Property Correctly

Married Couples and Property Mary was a surviving spouse. She and her first spouse, Ryan owned a lovely home and placed it into joint tenancy with right of survivorship. After Ryan passed away, Mary met Logan and they were married. Because she had the house in joint...

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Tax Free Sale of Property

Howard and Lynn were age 55 when they purchased some land outside of town. They thought it would be a good investment that they could later sell for a higher price. Over the years, development from town has moved toward the property and their land is now next to a...

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  • Tax Planning: It Isn’t Just For Breakfast Anymore
    All around the country, there are people in an absolute panic because the real tax deadline for personal tax return extension filers is approaching and they are running out of time.  A few blogs ago, we talked about how to possibly deal with not being ready for the corporate deadline on September 15th .  We don’t have an amusing anecdote […]
  • If You Think Your CPA is Telling You Everything You Need to Know…Think Again.
    First, let us make it clear that we aren’t saying that your CPA or accountant is doing anything wrong.  The accounting industry is one of the most honorable and respected fields around.  That being said, there is a misconception that they are going to be proactive when advising clients about their taxes, and that’s just […]
  • Plan Your 2020 Tax Outcomes Now
    With Labor Day here, what tax planning should I think about before the fourth quarter is in full swing?  The biggest mistake a business can make is not knowing their true numbers. The biggest mistake individuals can make is thinking they aren’t affected financially just because they “made it” and are back to work.  Business […]
  • Remote Work, State Taxes and an Unintended Chess Game.
    With the COVID-19 pandemic, many people who worked in an office have suddenly found themselves being asked to work from home for safety reasons.  Many remote workers, especially those no longer commuting to cities, wonder if they will have to pay taxes where they were working, or at home, or both. States use several factors […]
  • Mistakes Can Go Both Ways!
    Many times business owners have come into our office and with our help have found that they were doing things incorrectly regarding their bookkeeping and taxes.  Occasionally, the errors add to the tax burdens that they have been underreporting.  That never feels good, but it is always better to fix those issues pre-audit.  Often, errors […]

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