2019 Year-end Tax Planning

Now that the 2019 third quarter has passed, it is now time to begin thinking of tax planning strategies to be implemented before the end of the year. It is important to provide your tax advisor with your most current year-to-date income, as well as any other relevant tax information o

Cardinals Playoff Attendance Numbers Fall. Fair Weather Fans? Or TCJA Impact?

According to KSDK in St. Louis, Game 4 of the National League Division Series (NLDS) was the first-ever non-sell out playoff game in the history of Busch Stadium III. Are sports teams in the St. Louis area finally feeling an impact from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in regards to t

New IRS Withholding Estimator

The IRS has created an upgrade to their Withholding Calculator to reflect the new tax law changes.

Employee vs. Independent Contactor

An employer may pay an independent contractor and an employee for the same or similar work, but there are important differences between the two with potentially costly consequences. Read to find out more.

Surprised by Your 2018 Tax Bill?

With the massive overhaul to the code in 2018, many filers are finding out that their tax situation has changed. The IRS has announced that it will waive the underpayment penalty for taxpayers who paid at least eighty-five percent of their total tax liability during calendar year 2018