2 ACA taxes that may apply to your exec comp
If you’re an executive or other key employee, you might be rewarded for your contributions to your company’s success withRead more.
4 ways to get (and keep) your business data in order
With so much data flying around these days, it’s easy for a company of any size to get overwhelmed. IfRead more.
Accelerate your retirement savings with a cash balance plan
Business owners may not be able to set aside as much as they’d like in tax-advantaged retirement plans. Typically, they’reRead more.
Don’t ignore the Oct. 16 extended filing deadline just because you can’t pay your tax bill
The extended deadline for filing 2016 individual federal income tax returns is October 16. If you extended your return andRead more.
“Bunching” medical expenses will be a tax-smart strategy for many in 2017
Various limits apply to most tax deductions, and one type of limit is a “floor,” which means expenses are deductibleRead more.
Timing strategies could become more powerful in 2017, depending on what happens with tax reform
Projecting your business income and expenses for this year and next can allow you to time when you recognize incomeRead more.
Critical connection: How costs impact pricing
As we head toward year end, your company may be reviewing its business strategy for 2017 or devising plans forRead more.
Bridging the divide with a mezzanine loan
In their efforts to grow and succeed, many companies eventually reach the edge of a precipice. Across the divide liesRead more.
2 ways spouse-owned businesses can reduce their self-employment tax bill
If you own a profitable, unincorporated business with your spouse, you probably find the high self-employment (SE) tax bills burdensome.Read more.