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401K Loan: Think (Years) Ahead Before Taking a Loan

Many individuals are struggling with the long-lasting business and income implications of the coronavirus pandemic as companies restructure, downsize or eliminate positions. One strategy some individuals are turning to as a means of increasing cash flow, at least in the short term, is a 401K loan. With the economic stress, you may find yourself scrambling […]

Word to the Wise – October 2020

This month, we focus on a tax trap that may be lurking in your paycheck from work. Speaking of work, are you switching jobs? Do you know the four options for your 401(k) plan? Click here to read our October 2020 issue of Word to the Wise to learn more.

Valuation & Litigation Newsletter – September/October 2020

The September/October 2020 issue of the Valuation and Litigation newsletter includes the following articles: How COVID-19 affects divorce cases; Factor current risks into the cost of capital; Grieve v. Commissioner Subsequent events: Tax Court rejects speculative assumption; and Estimating lost profits using the before-and-after method. To view the newsletter: Click Here As always, if you […]

Contractor Newsletter – September/October 2020

This month, our Contractor Newsletter focuses on year-end tax planning, specifically on depreciation deductions and the need to separate cash management from tax planning. As we enter the last few months of 2020, now is the time to make a plan to strategize for year-end as well as how to proceed into 2021.  To view […]

Word to the Wise – August 2020

The August issue of Word to the Wise looks at new tax rules for 2020, from charitable donations to adoption fees. We also include information about what you need for your PPP loan forgiveness. To read the entire issue, please Click Here.

July 15th Tax Deadline Approaching

If you did not file your 2019 taxes by the traditional April 15th deadline, please know that the extended filing deadline of July 15th is quickly approaching. The Internal Revenue Service is reminding all taxpayers who have yet to file their 2019 federal tax return to: file electronically; choose direct deposit for their refund; or […]