The Summer of Tax Reform

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will resonate this summer as certain deductions for individuals and employers have been scaled back or eliminated. But that doesn’t mean that the TCJA cooled off all the tax breaks relating to summertime activities. This series is devoted to eight tax-savers for clients that remain on the books in the wake of the new law.   

man looking at phone and boats
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Jul 11th 2018
The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) muddies the tax waters for mortgage interest, but if your clients qualify, they can now write off...
woman in group job interview
Article
Jul 5th 2018
It’s going to cost your small business clients to hire this summer, but at least the wages are deductible on their annual returns. Even...
people donating clothing to charity
Article
Jun 28th 2018
That spring cleaning your clients put off until the summer is a good opportunity to sort through belongings that are cluttering up their...
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Article
Jun 22nd 2018
With all that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) cracks down on for entertainment deductions, a business can still write off the full cost of...
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Article
Jun 13th 2018
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Say your small business client needs extra help during the summer and the entrepreneur’s teenaged child is searching for a job while school...
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Article
Jun 7th 2018
The summer months often mean business travel and if the destination is a city with a historic downtown or near a beach or lake, your...
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Article
May 31st 2018
If you’re married and working with young children, during the school year your kids are occupied most of the workday, but who looks after...
family walks towards beach and sunset
Article
May 24th 2018
If you or your clients own a cottage by the beach or a cabin in the woods, you might rent out the place to tenants in the summer when you’...