Boat Taxes 101: What You Need to Know

Many people dream of owning a boat at some point in life, no matter where in the country they live. While owning a boat is the dream, what people tend to forget is that they come with extra responsibilities, as well as special taxes. In most cities, individuals owning...

Tax Season 2018: The Advantages of Hiring a CPA

With the emergence of more and more online tax programs, like Turbo Tax and TaxAct, it seems as though anyone can be an accountant during tax season. These programs sure do make it easy to input all of your tax information into their “fail-safe” forms, but many users...

How Will the New Tax Code Affect My Business?

The Republican Tax Bill has passed, so if you’re a business owner you’re probably scrambling to figure out how it will affect your business. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act aims to kick start economic growth across America by adjusting tax structures for small businesses...

Your Guide to New Income Tax Brackets for 2018

It’s been a hot topic in the news lately. New income tax brackets have been released, which means some big changes for taxpayers this year. Although some aspects may stay the same, much of the tax rates and income thresholds have undergone some significant changes....

What You Need to Know About Company Car Tax Rules

Having a company car can be a great perk of the job, but too often people overlook the tax implications that come with the car. If your employer owns the car you’re driving, the monetary value of your business driving is a tax-free working condition fringe benefit...

New Update on Tax Cut & Jobs Act

We wanted to address a few of the new tax laws and a specific item that you may want to attend to before the end of the year. First and foremost, if you take the standard deduction, you do not need to do anything now. Your tax planning will begin in 2018. The tax law...