The IRS is spreading some of its holiday cheer, and ahead of the busy season, with helpful tax-filing hints.
What to expect from the IRS during the government shutdown The shutdown of the federal government comes just nine days before the scheduled start of tax season. Here’s a look at how the IRS may be affected. https://www.journalofaccountancy.com/news/2018/jan/irs-during-government-shutdown-201818231.html Travis Raml, CPA & Associates, LLC - Columbia Maryland CPA
Tax Quick Tip from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill: Business Meals & Entertainment Many popular and common Business Meals & Entertainment expense deductions were casualties of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill and clients should plan and spend accordingly if part of the assumption was that a business tax deduction would apply. Generally, this is regardless if a business discussion takes place along with related activities such as sales, marketing, & negotiations. Quick List and Summarized List of…
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How to Measure the True Cost of Paper Checks One of the reasons is that the only measure of success for the payments process at most companies is making sure all the bills get paid on time. It’s hard to make a case for change until you define and quantify the problem—and evaluate how much better... http://www.cpapracticeadvisor.com/news/12393167/how-to-measure-the-true-cost-of-paper-checks Travis Raml, CPA & Associates, LLC - Columbia Maryland CPA
It's not easy to qualify for a deduction for medical and dental expenses on your tax return. But once you clear the threshold set in the tax laws, any excess is pure tax gravy, writes columnist Ken Berry in a new series on itemized deductions.