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Category: Retirement

Solo 401(k) Could Be Your Best Retirement Plan Option

Solo 401(k) Could Be Your Best Retirement Plan Option

Solo 401(k) Could Be YourBest Retirement Plan Option Have you procrastinated about setting up a tax-advantaged retirement plan for your small business? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. Still, this is not a good situation. You are paying income taxes that could...
What Can I Do If My K-1 Omits 199A Information?

What Can I Do If My K-1 Omits 199A Information?

What Can I Do If My K-1 Omits 199A Information? Tax reform’s Section 199A deduction often confuses small-business owners and tax professionals alike. It’s quite possible you’ll get a Schedule K-1 from a business that omits the information you need to calculate your...
Good News: Most Rentals Likely Qualify as Section 199A Businesses

Good News: Most Rentals Likely Qualify as Section 199A Businesses

Good News: Most Rentals Likely Qualify as Section 199A Businesses  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act tax reform added new tax code Section 199A, which created a 20 percent tax deduction possibility for you if your rental property (a) has profits and (b) can qualify as a trade...
IRS Updates Defined Wages for New Section 199A Tax Deductions

IRS Updates Defined Wages for New Section 199A Tax Deductions

IRS Clarifies Net Capital Gains in Final 199A Regulations Your Section 199A tax deduction will benefit from your business’s W-2 wages paid to you and your employees if you are married and filing jointly and your taxable income is over $315,000 and less than...
Avoiding the Kiddie Tax after Tax Reform

Avoiding the Kiddie Tax after Tax Reform

Avoiding the Kiddie Tax after Tax Reform If your family has trouble with the kiddie tax, you face some new wrinkles for tax years 2018 through 2025 thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) tax reform. This is one of the many areas where tax planning can pay off. For...