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Tax Strategies

  • Picking the best retirement plan for you It doesn't matter if you’re a small business owner or an employee working at a large company, it's important to have a retirement strategy in place to ensure you’ll be taken care of when your working days are behind you. There are several types of retirement plans to choose ... Continue Reading
  • How pandemic provisions have impacted estimated tax payments Third quarter estimated tax payments are due on Sept. 15, and whether you’re self-employed or a business owner with income from a Partnership or S-Corporation, you might be wondering if any of the pandemic relief programs will impact what you owe. As you probably know, ... Continue Reading
  • Why it might be a good idea to opt out of the Advance Child Tax Credit If you’re a mom or dad juggling the various expenses that come with raising your children, it might be hard to imagine passing on monthly infusions of cash. However, there’s more than meets the eye to the new Advance Child Tax Credit (ACTC) program. While the first round of ... Continue Reading
  • Travel is coming back! What that means for your business. After a year of caution due to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel across the U.S. is making a comeback, including business travel. The rollout of vaccines and falling case counts across the country mean your business might consider returning in-person conferences, events and ... Continue Reading
  • Surprise, you’re self-employed! So, now what?: Tax tips for Uber and DoorDash drivers Making a little extra cash always is an enticing thing, and many people have put their car to work for them. Food delivery companies such as DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, and Grubhub have boomed in the past year, while Uber and Lyft remain popular options for folks looking ... Continue Reading
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