Financial Tips for Recent College Graduates

June 15, 2021

Members of the college graduating class of 2017 owed an average of close to $30,000 each in student loan debt. Imagine starting out adult life with that kind of debt…

New Rules and Ways to Use HSAs/FSAs

June 15, 2021

People who own a high-deductible health insurance plan may have the ability to open a health savings account (HSA). They can contribute pre-tax income to an HSA and invest the…

Real Estate Opportunities in 2021

June 15, 2021

Real estate has had a banner year as mortgage rates continue to be low, more people are looking to buy than those who are selling and home prices continue to…

The Biggest Winners and Losers in President Biden’s Proposed Individual Tax Plan

June 7, 2021

President Biden presented his $1.8 trillion American Families Plan, which focuses on expanding benefits for education, children and childcare. The Biden administration intends to pay for the plan with a…

Tangible Property Regulations Guidance

June 3, 2021

By: Luci M. Roseman, CPA To Expense or Capitalize? That is a question that continues to elude taxpayers. Historically, the general rule has always been that tangible property with a…

Changes to Required Minimum Distributions

June 3, 2021

By: Mengjiao (Sherry) Yao, CPA There were several pieces of major legislation in late 2019 and early 2020 that had an impact on retirement savings, specifically as it relates to…

Tax Implications of Rental Property

June 3, 2021

By: Jason Shuman, Staff Accountant One of the more common questions we get asked leading up to and during tax season is about the reporting of rental properties. At first…

Understanding the R&D Tax Credit

June 3, 2021

By: Mitchell Byerly, CPA The research and development (R&D) credit is a great incentive to spur innovation and improvements that benefit us all. Let’s take a closer look. What is…

What You Need to Know About IRS Form 990

April 29, 2021

By: Alfredo T. Muniz, Cover & Rossiter What is the 990? IRS Form 990 is a document that most federally tax-exempt organizations, including charitable nonprofit organizations or foundations, file each…

Tax Day for Individuals Extended to May 17

March 18, 2021

(March 18, 2021) The IRS announced late yesterday that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15,…

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