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TAX BRIEF FOR APRIL 18

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

April 19, 2017

Individual tax calendar: Key deadlines for the remainder of 2017

While April 15 (April 18 this year) is the main tax deadline on most individual taxpayers’ minds, there are others through the rest of the year that are important to be aware of. To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2017 deadlines,...

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TAX BRIEF FOR APRIL 11

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

April 11, 2017

A timely postmark on your tax return may not be enough to avoid late-filing penalties

Because of a weekend and a Washington, D.C., holiday, the 2016 tax return filing deadline for individual taxpayers is Tuesday, April 18. The IRS considers a paper return that’s due April 18 to be timely filed if it’s postmarked by...

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TAX BRIEF FOR MARCH 14

Thomson Reuters and Tom Judge

March 17, 2017

2016 IRA contributions — it’s not too late!

Yes, there’s still time to make 2016 contributions to your IRA. The deadline for such contributions is April 18, 2017. If the contribution is...

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TAX BRIEF FOR FEBRUARY 14

Tom Judge & Thomson-Reuters

February 16, 2017

Do you need to file a 2016 gift tax return by April 18?

Last year you may have made significant gifts to your children, grandchildren or other heirs as part of your estate planning strategy. Or perhaps you just wanted to provide loved ones with some helpful financial support. Regardless of the reason for making a gift, it’s...

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4 Principles of Competitive Intelligence

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

January 8, 2017

We live and work in the information age. As such, the opportunity to gather knowledge about your company’s competitors and industry as a whole has never been better. This practice — commonly known as “competitive intelligence” — can help you stay more nimble in the marketplace and avoid getting left behind as innovation surges forward. Before you dive into...

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TAX BRIEF FOR JANUARY 3

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

January 6, 2017

2017 Q1 tax calendar:
Key deadlines for businesses and other employers

Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the first quarter of 2017. Keep in mind that this list isn’t all-inclusive, so there may be additional deadlines that apply to you....

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TAX BRIEF FOR DECEMBER 6

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

December 6, 2016

Can you pay bonuses in 2017 but deduct them this year?

You may be aware of the rule that allows businesses to deduct bonuses employees have earned during a tax year if the bonuses are paid within 2½ months after the end of that year (by March 15 for a calendar-year company). But this favorable tax treatment...

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3 ways to get started on next year’s budget

Tom Judge

November 30, 2016

As the year winds down, business owners have a lot to think about. One item that you should keep top of mind is next year's budget. A well-conceived budget can go a long way toward keeping expenses in line and cash flow strong. The question is: Where to begin? Well, to answer this question, we don't have just one suggestion - we have three:

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SMALL BUSINESS TAX BRIEF FOR NOVEMBER 28

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 28, 2016

There’s still time to benefit on your 2016 tax bill by buying business assets

In order to take advantage of two important depreciation tax breaks for business assets, you must place the assets in service by the end of the tax year. So you still have time to act for 2016.

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The IRS Can Reclassify S Corporation Distributions as Wages

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 21, 2016

The IRS can reclassify S corporation distributions as wages

If you run your business as an S corporation, you’re probably both a shareholder and an employee. As such, the corporation pays you a salary that reflects the work you do for the business — and you (and your company) must remit payroll tax on some or...

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Documentation is Key to Business Expense Deductions

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 17, 2016

Documentation is the key to business expense deductions:

If you have incomplete or missing records and get audited by the IRS, your business will likely lose out on valuable deductions. Here are two recent U.S. Tax Court cases that help illustrate the rules for documenting deductions.


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TAX BRIEF FOR NOVEMBER 15

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 15, 2016

A brief overview of the President-elect’s tax plan for individuals

Now that Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States and Republicans have retained control of both chambers of Congress, an overhaul of the U.S. tax code next year is likely. President-elect Trump’s tax reform plan, released earlier this...

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Changes in NJ Estate Tax

Tom Judge

November 15, 2016

New Jersey Estate Tax Changes Effective 01/01/17

P.L. 2016, c. 57 provides that the New Jersey Estate Tax exemption will increase from $675,000 to $2 million for the estates of resident decedents dying on or after January 1, 2017, but before January 1, 2018.  For these estates, the New Jersey Estate Tax no longer conforms to...

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SMALL BUSINESS TAX BRIEF FOR NOVEMBER 14

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 14, 2016

A quick look at the President-elect’s tax plan for businesses

The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States could result in major tax law changes in 2017. Proposed changes spelled out in Trump’s tax reform plan released earlier this year that would affect businesses include:

Reducing the top...

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TAX BRIEF FOR NOVEMBER 8

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

November 8, 2016

There’s still time to set up a retirement plan for 2016

Saving for retirement can be tough if you’re putting most of your money and time into operating a small business. However, many retirement plans aren’t difficult to set up and it’s important to start saving so you can enjoy a comfortable...

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TAX BRIEF FOR OCTOBER 18

Tom Judge and Thomson Reuters

October 18, 2016

What the self-employed need to know about employment taxes

In addition to income tax, you must pay Social Security and Medicare taxes on earned income, such as salary and self-employment income. The 12.4% Social Security tax applies only up to the Social Security wage base of $118,500 for 2016. All earned income is subject to...

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TAX BRIEF FOR OCTOBER 4

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

October 4, 2016

Tax-smart options for your old retirement plan when you change jobs

There’s a lot to think about when you change jobs, and it’s easy for a 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan to get lost in the shuffle. But to keep building tax-deferred savings, it’s important to make an informed decision about...

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TAX BRIEF FOR SEPTEMBER 27

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

September 27, 2016

Get 2 tax benefits from 1 donation: Give appreciated stock instead of cash

If you’re charitably inclined, making donations is probably one of your key year-end tax planning strategies. But if you typically give cash, you may want to consider another option that provides not just one but two tax benefits: Donating long-term...

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TAX BRIEF FOR SEPTEMBER 13

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

September 14, 2016

Documentation is the key to business expense deductions

If you have incomplete or missing records and get audited by the IRS, your business will likely lose out on valuable deductions. Here are two recent U.S. Tax Court cases that help illustrate the rules for documenting deductions.

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TAX BRIEF FOR AUGUST 30

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

August 30, 2016

Are frequent flyer miles ever taxable?

If you recently redeemed frequent flyer miles to treat the family to a fun summer vacation or to take your spouse on a romantic getaway, you might assume that there are no tax implications involved. And you’re probably right — but there is a chance your miles could be...

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TAX BRIEF FOR JULY 26

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

July 28, 2016

Should you make a "charitable IRA rollover" in 2016?

Last year a break valued by many charitably inclined retirees was made permanent: the charitable IRA rollover. If you’re age 70½ or older, you can make direct contributions — up to $100,000 annually — from your IRA to qualified charitable organizations...

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TAX BRIEF FOR JULY 19

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

July 19, 2016

To deduct business losses, you may have to prove "material participation"

You can only deduct losses from an S corporation, partnership or LLC if you "materially participate" in the business. If you don’t, your losses are generally "passive" and can only be used to offset income from other passive activities. Any excess...

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TAX BRIEF FOR JULY 12

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

July 12, 2016

There’s still time for homeowners to save with green tax credits

The income tax credit for certain energy-efficient home improvements and equipment purchases was extended through 2016 by the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act). So, you still have time to save both energy and taxes by making these...

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TAX BRIEF FOR JUNE 7

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

June 8, 2016

Combine business travel and a family vacation without losing tax benefits

Are you thinking about turning a business trip into a family vacation this summer? This can be a great way to fund a portion of your vacation costs. But if you’re not careful, you could lose the tax benefits of business travel.

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TAX BRIEF FOR MAY 24

Tom Judge & Thomson-Reuters

May 24, 2016

How many employees does your business have for ACA purposes?

It seems like a simple question: How many full-time workers does your business employ? But, when it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the answer can be complicated.

The number of workers you employ determines whether your organization is an applicable large...

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TAX BRIEF FOR MAY 17

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

May 24, 2016

How summer day camp can save you taxes

Although the kids might still be in school for a few more weeks, summer day camp is rapidly approaching for many families. If yours is among them, did you know that sending your child to day camp might make you eligible for a tax credit?

The power of tax...

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TAX BRIEF FOR MAY 10

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

May 10, 2016

Putting your home on the market?
Understand the tax consequences of a sale

As the school year draws to a close and the days lengthen, you may be one of the many homeowners who are getting ready to put their home on the market. After all, in many locales, summer is the...

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QSB stock offers 2 valuable tax benefits

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

May 6, 2016

By investing in qualified small business (QSB) stock, you can diversify your portfolio and enjoy two valuable tax benefits:

1. Tax-free gain rollovers. If within 60 days of selling QSB stock you buy other QSB stock with the proceeds, you can defer the tax on your gain until you dispose of the new stock. The rolled-over gain reduces your basis in...

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TAX BRIEF FOR APRIL 19

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

April 22, 2016

Why it’s time to start tax planning for 2016

Now that the April 18 income tax filing deadline has passed, it may be tempting to set aside any thought of taxes until year end is approaching. But don’t succumb. For maximum tax savings, now is the time to start tax planning for 2016.

More opportunities

A...

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TAX BRIEF FOR APRIL 5

Tom Judge & Thomson Reuters

April 5, 2016

Filing for an extension isn’t without perils

Yes, the federal income tax filing deadline is slightly later than usual this year — April 18 — but it’s now nearly upon us. So, if you haven’t filed your return yet, you may be thinking about an extension.

Extension deadlines

Filing for an extension allows...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF MARCH 21

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

March 22, 2016

Tips for deducting losses from a disaster, fire or theft

If you suffer damage to your home or personal property, you may be able to deduct these "casualty" losses on your federal income tax return. A casualty is a sudden, unexpected or unusual event, such as a natural disaster (hurricane, tornado, flood, earthquake, etc.), fire, accident, theft or...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF MARCH 14

Tom Judge & Thomson-Reuters

March 15, 2016

3 income-tax-smart gifting strategies

If your 2015 tax liability is higher than you’d hoped and you’re ready to transfer some assets to your loved ones, now may be the time to get started. Giving away assets will, of course, help reduce the size of your taxable estate. But with income-tax-smart gifting strategies, it...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF MARCH 7

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

March 8, 2016

Make a 2015 contribution to an IRA before time runs out

Tax-advantaged retirement plans allow your money to grow tax-deferred — or, in the case of Roth accounts, tax-free. But annual contributions are limited by tax law, and any unused limit can’t be carried forward to make larger contributions in future years. So it’s a good idea...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 29

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

March 1, 2016

2 benefits-related tax credits just for small businesses

Tax credits reduce tax liability dollar-for-dollar, making them particularly valuable. Two valuable credits are especially for small businesses that offer certain employee benefits. Can you claim one — or both — of them on your 2015 return?

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 22

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

February 23, 2016

What’s your charitable donation deduction?

When it comes to deducting charitable gifts, all donations are not created equal. As you file your 2015 return and plan your charitable giving for 2016, it’s important to keep in mind the available deduction:

Cash. This includes not just actual cash but gifts made by check, credit card...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 15

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

February 18, 2016

How to max out education-related tax breaks

If there was a college student in your family last year, you may be eligible for some valuable tax breaks on your 2015 return. To max out your education-related breaks, you need to see which ones you’re eligible for and then claim the one(s) that will provide the greatest benefit....

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 8

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

February 9, 2016

Deduct home office expenses — if you’re eligible

Today it’s becoming more common to work from home. But just because you have a home office space doesn’t mean you can deduct expenses associated with it.

Eligibility requirements

If you’re an employee, your use of your home office must be for your...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JANUARY 25

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

January 26, 2016

File early to avoid tax identity theft

If you’re like many Americans, you may not start thinking about filing your tax return until the April 15 deadline (this year, April 18) is just a few weeks — or perhaps even just a few days — away. But there’s another date you should keep in mind: January 19. That’s the date the...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JANUARY 18

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

January 21, 2016

Why investing in small-business
stock may make more tax sense than ever

By purchasing stock in certain small businesses, you can not only diversify your portfolio but also enjoy preferential tax treatment. And under a provision of the tax extenders act signed into law this past December (the PATH Act),...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JANUARY 11

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

January 12, 2016

Could you save more by deducting state and local sales taxes?

For the last several years, taxpayers have been allowed to take an itemized deduction for state and local sales taxes in lieu of state and local income taxes. This break can be valuable to those residing in states with no or low income taxes or who purchase major items, such as a car or...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JANUARY 4

Thomas Judge & Thomson Reuters

January 5, 2016

2 extended credits can save businesses taxes on their 2015 returns

The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act) extended a wide variety of tax breaks, in some cases making them permanent. Extended breaks include many tax credits — which are particularly valuable because they reduce taxes dollar-for-dollar...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF DECEMBER 28

Tom Judge & Thomson-Reuters

December 29, 2015

No changes to retirement plan contributions for 2016

Retirement plan contribution limits are indexed for inflation, but with inflation remaining low, the limits remain unchanged for 2016:

Type of limit
2016 limit
Elective deferrals to 401(k), 403(b), 457(b)(2) and 457(c)(1) plans
$18,000
Contributions to...



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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF DECEMBER 14

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

December 15, 2015

7 last-minute tax-saving tips

The year is quickly drawing to a close, but there’s still time to take steps to reduce your 2015 tax liability — you just must act by December 31:

Pay your 2015 property tax bill that’s due in early 2016.

Make your January 1 mortgage payment.

Incur deductible medical expenses...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 30

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

December 1, 2015

Don’t miss your opportunity
to make 2015 annual exclusion gifts

Recently, the IRS released the 2016 annually adjusted amount for the unified gift and estate tax exemption and the generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax exemption: $5.45 million (up from...

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Happy Thanksgiving

Thomas Judge

November 24, 2015

  Happy Thanksgiving

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 16

Tom Judge & Thomson-Reuters

November 17, 2015

Reduce taxes on your investments with these year-end strategies

While tax consequences should never drive investment decisions, it’s critical that they be considered — especially by higher-income taxpayers, who may be facing the 39.6% short-term capital gains rate, the 20% long-term capital gains rate and the 3.8% net investment...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 9

Thomas Judge & Thomson-Reuters

November 10, 2015

Protect your deduction: Verify that a charity is eligible
to receive tax-deductible contributions before you donate

Donations to qualified charities are generally fully deductible, and they may be the easiest deductible expense to time to your tax advantage. After all,...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2

Thomas H Judge & Thomson-Reuters

November 4, 2015

The 529 savings plan: A tax-smart way to fund college expenses

If you’re saving for college, consider a Section 529 plan. Although contributions aren’t deductible for federal purposes, plan assets can grow tax-deferred. (Some states do offer tax incentives for contributing.)

Distributions used to pay qualified...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 26

Thomas Judge-Thomson-Reuters

October 27, 2015

Save tax — or at least defer it — by carefully
timing business income and expenses

The first step to smart timing is to project your business’s income and expenses for 2015 and 2016. With this information in hand, you can determine the best year-end timing strategy for your...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 19

Thomas Judge-Thomson-Reuters

October 20, 2015

2 Tax Consequences to Consider if You’re Refinancing a Home

Now may be a great time to refinance, because mortgage rates are still low but expected to increase. Before deciding to refinance, however, here are a couple of tax consequences to consider:

1. Cash-out refinancing. If you borrow more than...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 12

Thomas Judge-Thomson-Reuters

October 13, 2015

Your exec comp could be subject to
the 0.9% additional Medicare tax or the 3.8% NIIT

The additional Medicare tax and net investment income tax (NIIT) apply when certain income exceeds the applicable threshold: $250,000 for married filing jointly, $125,000 for married...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 5

Thomas Judge-Thomson-Reuters

October 6, 2015

Should you "bunch" medical expenses into 2015?

Medical expenses that aren’t reimbursable by insurance or paid through a tax-advantaged account (such as a Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account) may be deductible — but generally only to the extent that they exceed 10% of your adjusted gross...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 28

Thomas Judge-Thomson-Reuters

October 4, 2015

Selling rather than trading in business vehicles can save tax

Although a vehicle’s value typically drops fairly rapidly, the tax rules limit the amount of annual depreciation that can be claimed on most cars and light trucks. Thus, when it’s time to replace a vehicle used in business, it’s not unusual for its tax...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 7

Tom Judge-Thomson-Reuters

September 8, 2015

When will Congress pass "extenders"
legislation to revive expired tax breaks for 2015?

With Congress returning from its August recess, this is the question on tax-savvy Americans’ minds. Many valuable tax breaks aren’t permanent, so Congress has to pass...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 31

Tom Judge-Thomson-Reuters

September 1, 2015

All income investments aren’t alike when it comes to taxes

The tax treatment of investment income varies, and not just based on whether the income is in the form of dividends or interest. Qualified dividends are taxed at the favorable long-term capital gains tax rate (generally 15% or 20%) rather than at the applicable...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 10

Thomson-Reuters

August 11, 2015

Teens in your family with summer jobs? Set up IRAs for them!

Teenagers’ retirement may seem too far off to warrant saving now, but IRAs can be perfect for teens precisely because they’ll likely have many years to let their accounts grow tax-deferred or tax-free.

The 2015 contribution limit is the lesser of $5,500 or 100% of...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JULY 27

Thomson-Reuters

July 28, 2015

Tread carefully when determining
compensation for S corp. shareholder-employees

By distributing profits in the form of dividends rather than salary, an S corporation and its owners can avoid payroll taxes on these amounts. Because of the additional 0.9% Medicare tax on wages in excess of $200,000...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JULY 13

Thomson Reuters

July 14, 2015

How to begin collecting your 2015 tax refund now

If you usually receive a large federal income tax refund, you’re essentially making an interest-free loan to the IRS. Rather than wait until you file your 2015 tax return in 2016, why not begin enjoying your "refund" now by reducing your withholdings or estimated tax payments for the remainder...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JULY 6

Thomson-Reuters Checkpoint

July 7, 2015

Tax impact of the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision.

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, making same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states. For federal tax purposes, same-sex married couples were already considered married, under the Court’s 2013 decision in United...

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TAX BRIEF FOR WEEK OF JUNE 22

Thomson-Reuters

June 24, 2015

Opening the "back door" to a Roth IRA

A potential downside of tax-deferred saving through a traditional retirement plan is that you’ll have to pay taxes when you make withdrawals at retirement. Roth plans, on the other hand, allow tax-free distributions; the tradeoff is that contributions to these plans don’t reduce your current-year...

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Tax Brief June 15 2015

Thomson-Reuters

June 23, 2015

Married with a large estate?

Why you still need a credit shelter trust

Even though portability now allows married couples to use up both spouses’ estate tax exemptions without having to make lifetime asset transfers or set up trusts, this "easier" path isn’t necessarily...

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Tax Briefs

Thomson-Reuters

June 10, 2015

Why the details matter when selling investments

If you don’t pay attention to the details, the tax consequences of a sale may be different from what you expect. For example, if you bought the same security at different times and prices and want to sell high-tax-basis shares to reduce gain or increase a loss to offset...

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Hiring Telecommuters Outside Your State

BizActions & Thomas Judge

June 2, 2015

Watch out for tax consequences when
hiring telecommuters outside your state

If you allow employees to telecommute, be sure to consider the potential tax implications. Hiring someone in another state, for example, might create sufficient nexus to expose your...


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Donating A Vehicle to Charity

Tax Bites-BizActions & Thomas Judge

May 26, 2015

Before donating a vehicle, find out the charity’s intent

If you donate your vehicle, the value of your deduction can vary greatly depending on what the charity does with it. You can deduct the vehicle’s fair market value (FMV) if the charity:

Uses the vehicle for a significant charitable purpose (such as delivering...

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Tax Bites: Meals & Entertainment

BizActions & Thomas Judge

May 12, 2015

100% deduction for certain M&E expenses!

Generally, businesses are limited to deducting 50% of allowable meal and entertainment (M&E) expenses. But certain expenses are 100% deductible, including expenses:

For food and beverages furnished at the workplace primarily for employees,
 

Treated as employee...

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Tax Bites-March 31 2015

Thomas H Judge-BizActions

March 31, 2015

Still filing a paper return?

Be sure you understand the "timely mailed = timely filed" rule
The IRS considers a paper return that’s due April 15 to be timely filed if it’s postmarked by midnight on April 15. But dropping your return in a mailbox on the 15th may not be sufficient.

For example, let’s say you mail...


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Tax Bites

Thomas H Judge-BizActions

March 24, 2015

Yes, there’s still time to make a 2014 IRA contribution!

The deadline for 2014 IRA contributions is April 15, 2015. The limit for total contributions to all IRAs generally is $5,500 ($6,500 if you were age 50 or older on Dec. 31, 2014).

If you haven’t already maxed out your 2014 limit, consider making one of these types of...

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Gift Tax Returns

Thomas Judge

March 17, 2015

Do you need to file a 2014 gift tax return by April 15?


Generally, you’ll need to file a gift tax return for 2014 if, during the tax year, you made gifts:

That exceeded the $14,000-per-recipient gift tax annual exclusion (other than to your U.S. citizen spouse),

 That you wish to split with your...


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Tax Bytes Week of March 2, 2015

BizActions

March 4, 2015

You might benefit from deducting investment interest expense on your 2014 tax return.

Investment interest — interest on debt used to buy assets held for investment, such as margin debt used to buy securities — generally is deductible for both regular tax...

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Scams Using VOIP

Thomas H Judge

March 4, 2015

New Technology Introduces New Scams – Please Be Aware of "Vishing" Attempts

A new form of technology, Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, has introduced a new version of a common scam, called "Vishing". Vishing is a technique, much like Phishing that allows criminals to maliciously gain access to your personal...

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Tax Bites February 3 2015

Tom Judge

February 10, 2015

Be sure to deduct all of the mileage you’re entitled to:

You probably know that miles driven for business purposes can be deductible. But did you know that you might also be able to deduct miles driven for other purposes? The rates vary depending on the purpose and the year:

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Tax Bites

Thomas H Judge

January 28, 2015

Why you shouldn’t procrastinate on filing your 2014 income tax return

If you’re like many Americans, you may not start thinking about filing your tax return until the April 15 deadline is just a few weeks — or perhaps even just a few days — away. But there’s another date you should keep in mind:...

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Our New Website

Century Business & Financial Services

January 28, 2015

Century Business & Financial Services is excited to announce the recent launch of our firm’s new website. We’ve been working very hard to enhance our website and give our firm a fresh look. We’ve also continued to research and identify the latest and greatest technologies to improve the services we provide and ensure we continue to meet your needs.

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