Top 5 Year-End Tax Tips
April 15th—the deadline for filing your 2018 taxes—is quickly approaching. Whether you’re still compiling paperwork or you’re breathing a sigh a relief, TPI Group has prepared some tips to use in your tax preparation strategies either this year or next year. Start Shopping for the Business The end of the year is a great time […]
5 Easy Ways to Have a Stress-Free Tax Season
Preparing to file your taxes is never fun, but if you follow these five simple tips, you will enjoy a stress-free tax season. Routinely Update Your Books It’s in your best interest to set aside at least one afternoon a month and dedicate that time to updating your books. Not only will this provide you […]
Do You Know if Your Company’s Meals Are Taxable?
As the 2018 tax deadline looms, many independent contractors and small businesses are working to get their taxes filed on time. One item that small business owners encounter is deciding when employer-provided meals are taxable. The meal and entertainment deduction rules for taxes can be hard to figure out. Understanding the guidelines is crucial for […]
Why Tax Refunds May Not Be the Best Financial Strategy
During the 2018 tax filing season, the IRS issued approximately $148 billion in refunds. With changes to tax laws, the amount of tax refunds for businesses and individuals is expected to increase for the 2019 tax filing season. While many are rejoicing at this news, receiving a large refund is not necessarily as great as it […]
Do You Know How the New Tax Bill Will Affect Your Business?
There was a lot of hoopla about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for 2018. When anything changes, people are wary and when money is involved, people become anxious. It’s understandable, but people are adaptable and will come to work with the new bill’s changes. It’s important to remember in the coming year to […]
2017-2018 Taxes: The Personal Exemption and Its Removal
A tax reform bill called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) proposed changes by the IRS that were passed at the end of 2017. These changes included the increase of the standard deduction for married couples and singles, as well as the elimination of personal exemptions, which has altered how the public is to […]
8 Year-End-Tax-Strategies for High Income Earners
The good news, you had a great year and earned a high income. The bad news, here comes the tax man. This is a perilous time of year for high income earners. If you procrastinate with your tax decisions, you could face a much higher tax bill in April 2015. It is not too late […]
IRS Warns of Pervasive Telephone Scam
Here is a you tube video about this IRS scam WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today warned consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country. Victims are told they owe money to the IRS and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. […]