5 Surprising Tax Law Changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

tax cuts and jobs actThe Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has made sweeping changes to the United States tax laws. You have probably heard about some of the major changes that take effect beginning in 2018—a big cut to the corporate tax rate, lower marginal rates across the board, and a larger standard deduction. But […]

March 23rd, 2018|Tax Tips|0 Comments

Why Trump’s Tax Plan May Not Ultimately Reduce Charitable Giving

trump tax plan and charitable givingThere’s a lot of speculation about what’s going to happen with Trump’s tax plan or the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” Many people are panicking or rejoicing without looking at the details, and others are narrowing in on a single aspect of the plan while ignoring […]

January 4th, 2018|Tax Opinion|0 Comments

Quick, 10 Ways to Reduce Your 2017 Federal Tax Liability

10 Ways to Reduce Your 2017 Federal Tax Liability  The last day of the year is just around the corner, and if you’re someone who usually faces a tax bill in April, this is your last chance to lower your tax liability for 2017. Even […]

December 15th, 2017|Tax Tips|0 Comments

Residing in a State Without Income Tax: Can You Avoid State Income Tax?

can you avoid state income taxIn the United States, federal income tax is just the start. In most cases, you also have to pay state tax, and some municipalities charge local or city income tax as well. All those bills can add up, and you may be wondering “how can I avoid state income tax?” or “can […]

November 20th, 2017|Tax Tips|0 Comments

October 16th IRS Tax Filing Deadline for Individuals: Details & Exceptions

October 16th IRS Tax Filing DeadlineIf you requested an extension on filing your federal income tax return, your due date is just around the corner on October 16th, 2017. You must have your tax return postmarked or electronically submitted by that date. If you don’t file on time, you face the […]

October 3rd, 2017|Tax Tips|0 Comments