Review Your Taxes in The Summer for Less Surprises Next Spring

Each year many people are surprised to find out they owe more money on their taxes than they originally thought. While others might be excited at the arrival of a larger refund check than they previously planned for. Has this happened to you? You might want to consider staying on top of your tax situation […]

Affordable Care Act Tax Exemptions

As of 2014, if you do not have health insurance coverage or have a gap in coverage, you will have to either pay an individual shared responsibility fee or file for an exemption when you file your taxes in 2015. Wondering how to make the right choices for your health care tax provisions? Here are […]

Don’t Wave a Red Flag to the IRS

Tax time can be stressful: meeting deadlines, finding invoices and receipts, and figuring out how much to write off while avoiding an audit. An accountant can alleviate some of the stress, but not all of it! A colleague of mine published these tips in their newsletter, figured I’d share. Here’s a list of things to […]

Writing Off Charitable Travel Expenses

Do your plans this year include donating your valuable skills or services to charity? If traveling is part of the plan too, some travel expenses may be deductible for your business. While this can help lower your tax burden when filing next year’s return, you should use caution when listing those deductions. Here are three […]