1. Selling your Business

    There are many reasons to sell a business. Maybe you're in ill health or ready to retire. Or you're tired of working all the time and now that the business is profitable you're ready to cash in. Whatever the reason, selling a small to medium-sized business is a complex venture and many business owne…Read More

  2. Tax Compliance Issues for Non-Profits

    Whether you've just started a nonprofit, recently submitted your organization's first Form 990, or are the executive director, it's important not to lose sight of your obligations under federal and state tax laws. From annual filing and reporting requirements to taxes on business income and payroll …Read More

  3. Start Planning Now for Next Year’s Taxes

    You may be tempted to forget about your taxes once you've filed your tax return, but did you know that if you start your tax planning now, you may be able to avoid a tax surprise when you file next year? That's right. Now is a good time to set up a system so you can keep your tax records safe and ea…Read More

  4. 6 Facts About Charitable Donations

    If you give money or goods to a charity in 2016, you may be able to claim a deduction on your federal tax return. Here are 6 important facts you should know about charitable donations: 1. Qualified Charities. You must donate to a qualified charity. Gifts to individuals, political organizations, or c…Read More

  5. Who Can Represent You Before the IRS?

    Many people use a tax professional to prepare their taxes. Tax professionals with an IRS Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) can prepare a return for a fee. If you choose a tax pro, you should know who can represent you before the IRS. There are new rules this year, so the IRS wants you to kno…Read More

  6. Education Tax Credits Help You Pay for College

    Are you planning to pay for college in 2016? If so, money you paid for higher education can mean tax savings on your tax return when you file next year. If you, your spouse or your dependent took post-high school coursework last year, you may be able to take advantage of education credits that can h…Read More

  7. Tax Tips for Members of the Military

    Special tax benefits apply to members of the U. S. Armed Forces. For example, some types of pay are not taxable, and special rules may apply to some tax deductions, credits, and deadlines. Here are ten of those benefits: 1. Deadline Extensions. Some members of the military, such as those who serve i…Read More