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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Aug 14, 2019 2:55:00 AM

Because the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act made so many sweeping reforms to the way individual and business income taxes are calculated, it’s crucial for tax preparers to be up to speed on the many changes this law brought. From the end of itemized deductions (in all but the rarest of cases) to an extra tax break for S corporation, LLC, and sole proprietorship income, the new U.S. Tax Code brings some major benefits (and, sometimes, drawbacks) to just about every taxpayer. Read on to learn more about the impact of the Tax Cut & Jobs Act’s main provisions, how they've affected tax preparation services, and what every tax preparer should do to brush up on their Tax Cuts & Jobs Act knowledge before the next tax season begins.Read More
Posted By Parker Hoff

Tax-Deductible-Business-Expenses-Which-ones-can-I-write-offWith the New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in action, many people are asking what they can and cannot write off on a business trip. In this article Mark Kohler takes it by category and explains what still can be written off. 

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The U.S. Tax Code can be seriously complicated. Because of this, many taxpayers don’t feel confident preparing their own federal income tax returns, even with tax software. But using a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an Enrolled Agent (EA), or a tax attorney to prepare a tax return can be expensive, and these professionals’ schedules often fill up early in the year. Enter the tax return preparer.Read More
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For decades, taxpayers and tax preparers alike have joked that the acronym for the Internal Revenue Service actually stands for “Is Really Slow.” But the IRS is looking to change 

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Taxpayers who live in a popular tourist destination or who are planning to be out of town for an extended period can enjoy both a steady rental income and tax benefits by renting out their home. Although there have always been some tax breaks available for rental owners, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has only enhanced these benefits.

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