Those who are participating in retirement plans will witness an increase in contribution limits from $22,500 to $23,000. These plans include: 401(k), 403(b), and a majority of the 457 plans, including Thrift Savings Plan. Additionally, the annual contribution limits for...Read More →
Do S corps really live up to the hype? Even though everyone else is forming one—should you? How do you know if it’s really worth the time and investment? The truth is every business is different, forming an S corp is a...Read More →
If you expect to be in a higher tax bracket in the future, the answer may be yes. Roth and traditional retirement accounts are taxed differently. Which account you choose should be based on your current and future tax rates....Read More →
Most taxpayers have had questions the last two years regarding their federal withholdings on their tax returns. The withholding tables were adjusted after the big tax change (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) and it left taxpayers questioning if they were going to get a refund or not like in the past. The IRS has finally provided a solution to those questions and it comes in the form of a new W4.
One of the biggest changes in the history of the tax code took place starting for the 2018 tax year. A lot of people were caught off guard with the changes made and didn’t know what to expect. For the 2019 tax year, we are trying to get one foot out in front to make sure everyone knows what to expect.
If you're like many small business owners in the United States, you may be considering the various retirement plan options available for your company. Employer-sponsored retirement plans have become a key component for retirement savings. They are also an increasingly important tool for attracting and retaining the high-quality employees you need to compete in today's competitive environment.