In 2020, the IRS introduced Form 1099-NEC for reporting nonemployee compensation. Learn about Form 1099-NEC and how it differs from Form 1099-MISC.
On December 27, 2020, the President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 into law. In this video, we cover the major provisions of the $900 billion stimulus relief package included in the spending bill.
As the end of the year approaches, it is important to consider strategies to lower your tax liabilities for 2020. In this video, we'll cover ten strategies that may help in reducing your tax bill.
As the end of the year approaches, it is important to consider strategies to lower your tax liabilities for 2020. In this video, we'll cover strategies that may help you reduce taxes on business income.
Does your estate plan include a trust? If so, you should know about an estate planning tool called a Pour-Over Will which helps ensure that all assets are moved into a Trust after an individual's death.
Although the deadline for filing 2019 taxes may have just passed in July, it's already time to think about your 2020 taxes. By looking at your tax situation now, you’ll be able to better plan and implement strategies to minimize your future tax liabilities.
If you donate to charitable organizations, you might want to consider establishing a donor-advised fund. A donor-advised fund is a charitable tax-saving tool that enables you to maintain a certain level of control over how funds are distributed while receiving immediate tax benefits.
As your company grows, the need for greater experience and more sophistication in accounting and finance will also grow. If your company is facing the question of whether or not to hire a full-time CFO, you might want to consider a fractional CFO instead. In this video, we explore the benefits of having a fractional CFO.
If you're starting or have already started your own business, you've probably heard about the advantages of incorporation. In this video, you'll learn the differences between an LLC and S-Corp, and how both can be used together. We'll also cover the benefits and tax implications of each.