If you become an executor of your loved one’s estate, you may have some important tax decisions to make. Here are some quick thoughts.
The now-deceased loved one may have been single or married and may have been a relative or not.
During these challenging times dealing with COVID-19 and the additional challenges economic and otherwise it brings, if a loved one passes away and you serve as the executor or inherit assets, you need to consider your duties and so some tax planning.
In an effort to stave off economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, billions of dollars in grants are being handed out to individuals and businesses by the federal government. State and local governments are participating as well.
Is it “Tax-Free Money” or is it a “Loan”
Did you receive money from a lender under the existing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)? If so, you may qualify for more tax-free money. But first, let’s clarify what’s happening. When you think of the PPP program, do you think “Tax-Free Money” or do you think “Loan”?
The new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) law enacted with the recent stimulus package adds dollars to your pockets if you have or had PPP money. If you are going to apply for PPP money for the first time, the favorable rules in this article apply to your newfound tax-free money.
If you have children under the age of 18 and you file your business tax return as a proprietorship or partnership, you can find big savings in the work your children do for your business.
And if you operate as a corporation, don't neglect to hire your children; there are good savings for you there, too.
Here you will discover five Year-End Tax-Deduction Strategies that apply if you are getting married or divorced, have children who did or could work in your business, and/or have situations where you give money to relatives and friends.
1. Put Your Children on ...
When you take advantage of the tax code’s offset game, your Stock Market Portfolio can represent a little gold mine of opportunities to reduce your 2020 income taxes.
The tax code contains the basic rules for this, and once you know the rules, you can apply the correct strategies.
Here’s the basic strategy:
Avoid the high taxes (up to 40.8 percent) on short-term capital gains and ordinary income.
Lower the taxes to zero—or if you can’t do that, then lower them to 23.8 percent or less by making the profits subject to long-term capital gains.
It's the last week in November 2020 and it’s time to examine your existing Business and Personal (yes, Personal) Cars, SUVs, Trucks, and Vans for some profitable Year-End Business Tax Deductions.
In this article, let’s first look at your prior and existing business vehicles that you or your pass-through business owns. Then, we will take a look at your personal vehicles as a possible source for a last-minute tax-saving deduction.
Let's start with prior and existing business vehicles.
Your first step is to identify your gain or loss on a sale. Once you have ...
All small-business owners with one to 49 employees should have a medical plan in their business. Sure, the tax law does not require you to have a plan, but you should.
Most of the tax rules that apply to medical plans are straightforward when you have fewer than 50 employees.
Here are the six opportunities for you to consider:
If you did not obtain a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, then you should make sure to claim the federal tax credit equal to 100 percent of required emergency sick leave and emergency family leave payments made pursuant to the ...
Your Retirement Clock continues to tick; all of a sudden, your retirement is one year closer.
You have time before December 31, 2020, to take steps that will help you fund and build the retirement you can look forward to.
Please take a few minutes to review our thoughts and recommendations for your Retirement Plan Tax-Reduction.
There might be several thousand dollars (and maybe much more) in your pockets by taking the Actions that we recommend in this article. But you'll need to act now to be rewarded.
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