Three questions you may have after you file your return

Three questions you may have after you file your return Once your 2018 tax return has been successfully filed with the IRS, you may still have some questions. Here are brief answers to three questions that we’re frequently asked at this time of year. Question #1: What tax records can I throw away now? At […]

April 24, 2019


5 ways to give your sales staff the support they really need

5 ways to give your sales staff the support they really need “I could sell water to a whale.” Indeed, most salespeople possess an abundance of confidence. One could say it’s a prerequisite for the job. Because of their remarkable self-assurance, sales staffers might appear to be largely autonomous. Hand them something to sell, tell […]

April 11, 2019


Stretch your college student’s spending money with the dependent tax credit

Stretch your college student’s spending money with the dependent tax credit If you’re the parent of a child who is age 17 to 23, and you pay all (or most) of his or her expenses, you may be surprised to learn you’re not eligible for the child tax credit. But there’s a dependent tax credit […]

April 10, 2019


Will leasing equipment or buying it be more tax efficient for your business?

Will leasing equipment or buying it be more tax efficient for your business? Recent changes to federal tax law and accounting rules could affect whether you decide to lease or buy equipment or other fixed assets. Although there’s no universal “right” choice, many businesses that formerly leased assets are now deciding to buy them. Pros […]

April 8, 2019


Make a deductible IRA contribution for 2018. It’s not too late!

Make a deductible IRA contribution for 2018. It’s not too late! Do you want to save more for retirement on a tax-favored basis? If so, and if you qualify, you can make a deductible traditional IRA contribution for the 2018 tax year between now and the tax filing deadline and claim the write-off on your […]

April 5, 2019