Newsletters – 2018
 
January 2018
  •  Important Changes for Individuals in the New Tax Law
  •  Big Accounting Rule Changes Coming Soon
  •  Steps to Help Avert Sabotage by Former Employees
  •  Squeeze Extra Profit From Your Commercial Lease
  •  Many Businesses Will Celebrate Tax Cuts in the New Tax Year
  •  Tax Reform: Topics of Special Interest for Individuals
  •  Beware of a 100% Personal Liability Penalty
  •  How to Set Up an IRS-Approved Family Loan
  • Highlights of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Spotlight on Pass-Through Entities under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Let's Take a Closer Look at New Business Tax Reforms
  • Stretch Profit Margins by Streamlining Sales Process
  • New Law Revamps the Kiddie Tax
  • Family-Duty Discrimination Targets Parents and Caregivers
  • Credit Sales Demand Vigilance
  • 6 Last-Chance Tax Breaks: Do You Qualify?
  • 3 Affordable Care Act Taxes Postponed by Congress
  • Learn From Departing Employees
  • Six Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Fraud Is Suspected
 
February 2018
BizActions February 6, 2018
  • New Law Eases the Individual Alternative Minimun Tax
  • AMT Calculations:  It’s Showtime
  • Protect Your Company Retirement Pland from an IRS Attacl
  • Spouses Are Guilty Until Proven Innocent

BizActions February 13, 2018

  • Important Tax Figures for 2018
  • New Law Gives Eligible Pass-Through Businesses a Sprecial Tax Break
  • Track Repeat Business for More Profitable Sales
  • Learn Your Business From Your Customers
  • How the New Limit on SALT Deductions Affects Homewoners
  • Close-Up on Mortgage Interest Deduction Rules
  • Employees:  A Wealth of Untapped Knowledge
  • Resolve Customer Billing Disputes Promptly
  • How the New Tax Law Affects Rental Real Estate Owners
  • IRS Clarification:  Home Equity Loan Interest May Still Be Deductible
  • Managing Remote Employees:  Five Issues to Consider
  • Foreign Business Travel:  Make a Winning Impression

 
March 2018
Biz Actions March 6, 2018
  • Firm Announcement
  • Good News! More Families May Be Eligible for the Child Credit it 2018
  • Tax Law Changes Meal and Entertainment Deductions
  • Tax Law Ends Alimony Deductions after 2018

Biz Actions March 13, 2018

  • Are Roth IRA’s still Beneficial under the New Tax Law?
  • Survey: Employers Adapt Quickly to Withholding Tax Changes
  • Checklist for a Successful Sales Flight Like a well-trained pilot
  • Strategies to Survive in Any Economy A lackluster economy
  • Congress Raises 401(K) Hardship Withdrawal Limits
  • Got Bitcoin? Virtual Currency Complicates Tax Reporting
  • Save Time and Money: Pre-Screen Recruits with 5 Questions
  • Manage Debts to Protect Bottom Line
  • Last Minute Tax Planning Tips for 2017
  • Reverse Mentoring: Moving Seasoned Younger Workders into High Gear
  • Capture the Intellectual Property of Retiring Employees
  • Cut Costs by Shipping an Mailing More Cheaply.

 
April 2018
Biz Actions April 3rd, 2018
  • Good Reasons to File Extensions for 2017 Returns
  • Last Chance to Claim the Domestic Production Activities Deduction
  • Deducting Pass-Through Business Losses Tax la
  • Hobby-Related Loss Deductions Are Disallowed, but Don't' Give up Hope

Biz Actions April 10th, 2018

  • The Outlook for Internships is Looking Up
  • Go Green, Save, Green: Tax Breaks for Saving Engergy
  • Stop Sedning Customers to the Competititon
  • Raise Your Company's Profile for Little or No Cost
  • Save or Shred? Follow These Recordkeeping Guidelines
  • Mandatory E-Verify May Be Coming, Are You Ready?
  • Be Prepared for Reservist Deployment
  • What Lenders Require in Today's Economy
  • Capital Gains Rates Before and After the New Tax Law
  • Do Employers Have to Compensate Hourly Technicians for Travel Time?
  • Develop a Strong Hand to Negotiate Loan Covenants
  • Be Aware of the Stakeholders in Your Business....Or You May Regret It

 
May 2018

BizActions- May 1, 2018

  • Take Advantage of Expanded Tax Breaks for Business Vehicles
  • Timing and Taxes: Two Critical Issues when Buying or Selling a Home
  • You May Want to Separate Real Estate Asses from your Business
  • How the Tax Law Hits Charitable Giving

BizActions - May 1, 2018

  • FAQ’s about Deducting Interest on Home Loans under the New Tax Law
  • Self-Audit Program May Help Employers Correct Wage Errors
  • Navigating the Social Media Minefield
  • Keep Your Web Customers Satisfied

BizActions – May 15, 2018

  • Should Your Business Be a C Corporation or a Pass-Through Entity?
  • New Study Reveals Costs, Means and Ways to Stop Fraud
  • Is Your Website ADA Compliant? New Standards Are in Place
  • Does Your Buy-Sell Agreement Need Updating?

BizActions – May 22, 2018

  • Know the Rules Before Checking Employee Medical Records
  • New Tax Law Boosts Appeal of Qualified Small Business Corporations
  • Managing Your Business through a Crisis: 6 Steps to Success
  • Pull the Plug on Employee Theft

BizActions – May 29, 2018

  • 6 Cool Ways to Save Taxes during the Hot Summer Months
  • Supreme Court Spotlights Employee Status: Exempt or Not?
  • Beware of Deductions Claimed for Certain Business Expenses
  • Plan Now to Reduce AMT Exposure
 
June 2017

Bizaction: June 5, 2018

  • New Tax Benefits of Hiring your Kid
  • Know Your Prospects
  • Supreme Court Sides with Employers on Arbitration Agreements
  • Keep Control in a Media Interview

Bizaction: June 12, 2018

  • Watch Out for these Tax Issues When Planning for Your Business in 2018
  • Is it Time to Rebid Your Vendor Contracts
  • Will States Confirm to the New Tax Rules?
  • Be Cautious When Accepting Checks

Bizaction: June 18, 2018

  • Tax Reform: What’s Changing for Individuals?
  • Profit From an Energy Audit
  • Focus on Your Profit Centers

Bizaction: June 26, 2018

  • Sales Tax: Supreme Court Ruling Affects Retailers and Consumers
  • Taxation Issues in the Gig Economy
  • IRS Encourages Taxpayers to Check Withholding
  • Medical Costs: Can I Really Get a Tax Break for That?

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