Tax Withholding Adjustments

The tax reform legislation passed by Congress significantly changes the landscape for individuals effective January 1, 2018 and for several years thereafter. For many taxpayers, the changes made by the legislation present many tax planning challenges and opportunities. While the tax r

GAAP, Federal Tax Changes and How It Will Affect the Construction Industry

For many construction contractors, there are impending changes in laws governing both income taxes and financial reporting that come into affect during the current fiscal year or the upcoming one. These are changes that owners and key accounting personnel of construction contractors s

529 Plans

A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged investment account offered in the United States as a means to save for higher education expenses for a beneficiary. Many states offer their own version of a 529 plan. 529 plans are no longer just a tax effective means to save for college. Among many chan

Tax Law Changes: Meals and Entertainment

One of the many changes to the tax code modifies the deductibility of meals and entertainment expenditures by businesses. The following modifications apply to tax year beginning after December 31, 2017. Below is a list of updated provisions for meal and entertainment expenditures unde

Tax Reform: Retirement Plan Provisions

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act covers a wide variety of tax changes. In the retirement plan world, before the final bill was passed, there was a lot of talk about reducing contribution limits and/or requiring Roth Deferrals as opposed to pre-tax deferrals. Thankfully, neither of these prop