W-2 and 1099s Due Date Reminder

With the coming of a new year means W-2s and 1099s are due right around the corner. The due date for both is January 31, 2019. You will need the following information in order to accurately and timely report your 1099s: Social Secuirty Number or Federal Identification Number Individua

How The New Tax Law May “Drive” Your Decision Making

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act revamped tax depreciation in several ways, one in particular being the way vehicle depreciation limits are calculated. Below is a summary of the vehicle depreciation limits prior to the new tax law vs. the vehicle depreciation limits under the new tax law. Pl

Cash vs Accrual Basis Accounting

Which is best for YOUR company? How does your business maintain your financials? Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, taxpayers are eligible to select their accounting method according to the new limits in tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. Taxpayers which have an average annual

What You Need to Know About Residential Energy Credits

When you switch to a Solar Energy System or make any energy saving improvements to your home, residential and commercial owners are allowed a credit of up to 30 percent of the cost of the system, as well as installation. The credit is 30 percent from 2016-2019, but then continually dr

Company Offered Education Programs

Company owners – are you thinking about paying for your employee’s education? There are four different routes you can choose from: Job-Related Education as a Working Condition Fringe Benefit Education Provided Under a Sec. 127 Educational-Assistance Program Qualified Tuiti