Erickson, Brown & Kloster, LLC Newsletter for Thursday, August 03, 2023
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  • Tax Breaks for the Elderly

    Here's some good news for you from the IRS as you get older: You get extra tax breaks. The Internal Revenue Code and other laws contain special provisions for the elderly. Click through to make sure you don't leave anything on the table.

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  • Recordkeeping: The Key to Smooth Tax Transactions

    Generally, you should keep tax records for three years after you file a return, but there are times when you’ll need older files. Click through to learn how to be prepared.

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  • The IRS Is Watching Out for Padding

    The IRS warns tax filers to avoid falsely inflating deductions or expenses on tax returns. This isn't a minor infraction that gets winked at. Click through to learn which areas the agency is zeroing in on.

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  • Do You Have Operational Efficiency?

    When operational efficiency is healthy, your business can cut down on unnecessary costs while increasing revenue. Click through for some thoughts on how you can make your business more efficient.

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  • IRS Clarifies Charity Benefits

    The IRS has released guidance explaining how legislation passed in December 2020 delivered several provisions to help individuals and businesses that give to charity. Click through to make sure you're taking full advantage of the current tax rules.

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  • The Eternal Question: Roth IRA or Traditional IRA?

    Taxpayers are asking themselves: Is it better to prepay taxes using a Roth IRA or pay them after retirement using a traditional IRA? Click through for a brief analysis to help you answer that question.

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  • Credit for Other Dependents: A CTC Alternative

    The Child Tax Credit is a powerful savings tool, but it's not the only deduction available for families. The Credit for Other Dependents can also help. Click through to learn who can claim it and how it works.

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  • The Top KPIs for Nonprofits

    Is it possible to measure your nonprofit's performance over time? Absolutely, but only if you use different yardsticks than the manager of a for-profit would use. Click through for an introduction to some significant nonprofit key performance indicators.

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  • What Is the Innocent Spouse Rule?

    Want to seek relief from penalties that resulted from your spouse's underpayment of tax? Click through to learn how you can protect yourself.

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  • How To Snag Your Part of the Attention Economy

    Looking to win the battle for consumer attention? Click through to find out how to captivate customers.

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  • What Is a Life Settlement and How Does It Work?

    A life insurance policy is considered property, and that means it can be sold. This can prove advantageous in difficult circumstances. Click through to discover what life settlements can do and what they can't do.

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  • Reverse Mortgage: Right for You?

    A reverse mortgage can be the perfect solution for seniors who want to stay in their homes, but there are some long-term drawbacks. Click through for a review of the pros and cons of this popular financial technique.

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  • Form 990: What Are the Filing Requirements?

    Each year, most nonprofits must file IRS Form 990 — a dozen pages requiring a detailed accounting of financial operations. Click through for an introduction to the complexities of this form to make sure you stay in compliance.

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  • Managing Your Business and Staff After the Pandemic

    Can you lay a strong foundation for a flourishing, long-lasting small business in the post-pandemic world? Click through to learn how to seek out and seize opportunities and integrate resilience into your business plan.

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  • What to Know About Backup Withholding

    You may be subject to backup withholding if you fail to provide a correct Taxpayer Identification Number, or TIN, or don't report interest or dividends. Click through to learn the consequences.

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  • The Child Tax Credit for 2021

    The pandemic profoundly disrupted people's incomes and livelihoods. The federal government responded by approving pandemic relief legislation, including changes to the child care tax credit. Click through for a review of what you may be entitled to.

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  • Taxation and Economic Nexus: A Review

    It has long been a contentious and confusing issue: What effect do borders have on taxes? Click through for a review of key nexus issues to help you navigate your company's course.

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  • Employees' Net Pay: What Are the Calculations?

    The "net pay" line appears on every paystub, but many employees, and even many companies, aren't always sure what it means. Click through for an introduction to the detailed tax and finance calculations involved in "net pay."

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  • What Are the Basics of Home Insurance?

    Home insurance protects your home and possessions against damage or theft. Click through to learn how to decide which level of coverage is right for you.

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  • Home Office Tech Tips

    Office-friendly tools for your workspace can help you enhance efficiency and decrease stress. Click through to learn what remote workers look for among new gear and apps.

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  • The Sharing Economy: Tax and More

    The sharing economy is based on peer-to-peer activity — acquiring, providing or sharing access to goods and services. Click through to see how it's facilitated by community-based online platforms.

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  • Should You Pay an Employee Who Resigns With Two Weeks' Notice?

    When an employee hands in their two-week notice of resignation, it triggers payroll questions, including whether the employee should be paid at all. What are the rules and best practices for this situation? Click through for information to help you create a policy.

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  • Executive Order Targets Noncompete Agreements

    President Biden has taken aim at noncompete agreements in the workplace. Click through to learn what that means for ordinary workers and why the White House is making noncompete agreements its priority.

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  • Myths of the Estate Tax

    You may be worried about your heirs getting hit by the federal estate tax when you die. But are these worries justified? Click through for a look at how the often-misunderstood estate tax really works.

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  • 529 Plans: Know the Full Story

    529 savings plans can do more than just help you pay for college, and now is a good time to consider just how flexible they can be. Click through to take advantage of the myriad benefits of a 529 plan in a pandemic-affected economy.

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  • Seasonal Employment: Laws and Best Practices

    Do you rely on seasonal employees to fill staffing shortages during holidays or busy periods? Click through for insights into navigating seasonal employment.

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  • IRS Warns of Scams Targeting Immigrants and Seniors

    No one is completely safe from financial scammers, but bad actors tend to target certain groups. If you're part of these target groups or have a friend or loved one who is, be on alert. Click through to learn who should be extra careful and why.

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  • Retirement Plan Startup Costs Tax Credit

    You may be able to claim a tax credit of up to $5,000 when you set up a SEP IRA, a SIMPLE IRA or a 401(k) plan. Click through to see how the tax credit reduces the amount of taxes you owe.

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  • It's Time To Check Your Withholding

    You may have been advised to check your tax withholdings at least once a year. But in 2021, considering all the pandemic-related changes, it’s a good idea to check more frequently. Click through for some IRS withholding advice to forestall any surprises at tax season.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Trying To Cut Down on Turnover

    Nobody ever said hiring was a picnic. But the happier your workforce is, the less often you have to write a job posting. Click through for some tips on keeping your current employees happy so you have as little turnover as possible.

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  • Do You Have a Hobby or a Business?

    Have a hobby that's also a source of income? The line between business and hobby can be a thin one, and the rules are complex. Click through for some insights that will help you make sure that you're in compliance and that you're not missing any allowable deductions.

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  • Business Deductions: A Quick Review

    Business expenses are the cost of carrying on a trade or business. Sometimes, the IRS gives you a tax break for your expenses. Click through for an introduction to the complex world of business tax deductions.

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  • What a Will Should NOT Do

    We are often urged, with good reason, to make a will to help put our lives in order. It’s a responsible and worthwhile thing to do — but not the only thing. Click through to learn when a will is not the best route.  

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  • Taxation of Cryptocurrency and NFTs: New Rules Coming

    Cryptocurrency is not a fad. It is here to stay. That is clear from the proposed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which includes provisions about how cryptocurrency is taxed. Click through to see what may be on the horizon.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Looking for Qualified Candidates

    Have you ever posted a position but not gotten a response back from someone who fits the bill? Finding the best person for a job takes luck, but it also takes skill. Click through to find out how to make the right kind of impression.

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  • Employee Retention Credit: Further Guidance

    This significant credit received a boost earlier this year, and the IRS recently issued additional guidance. This new information is essential for employers. Click through to make sure you aren't leaving anything on the table.

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  • When To Use a QTIP Trust

    Do you want to provide for a surviving spouse yet maintain control of how your trust's assets are distributed once that spouse dies? The qualified terminable interest property trust may be the tool you need. Click through to learn what a QTIP trust lets you do.

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  • What to Know About Incorporation and Taxation

    Are you considering incorporating or forming an LLC? What are the practical and financial implications for you and your heirs? Click through to learn the advantages of moving beyond a sole proprietorship.

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  • An Overview on Tax and Education Credits

    Tax credits can help offset the costs of higher education, but the rules can get complicated. Click through to learn how education credits can work in order to make sure you're taking full advantage of government programs.

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  • Tax Items To Check as the Year Winds Up

    The fourth quarter is a good time to take stock of your tax situation and ask yourself the important questions: Do you need any adjustments to your withholding? What 2021 changes will affect you when you prepare your taxes? Click through for an end-of-year tax review.

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  • Succession Planning 101: What Is Your Exit Plan?

    Planning your exit is not what is on your mind when you open a business. But the truth is that you plant the seeds of your exit the day you open your doors. Click through for tips on keeping your business running after you're gone.

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  • Taxable and Nontaxable Employee Benefits

    Offering the right employee benefits can help employers attract and retain employees. Before deciding to offer a benefit to the workforce, however, it is important to understand the difference between taxable and nontaxable benefits. Click through for an overview of how benefits are taxed.

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  • IRS Allows Electronic Filing of Form 1040-X

    Filing an amended return can be a nuisance, but the IRS has made it a little easier by allowing taxpayers to file Form 1040-X electronically for the first time. Click through to see how this change simplifies the process.

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  • SSA Updates Key Numbers for 2022

    Each year, the Social Security Administration takes a fresh look at various numbers and usually makes changes. Click through for the recently announced 2022 changes, so you can make financial plans for the new year.

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  • Alimony and Taxes in the Post-TCJA World

    What you think you know about taxes and divorce may be wrong. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed the rules and whether you're paying or receiving, you need to know the details. Click through for guidance on the tax situation surrounding alimony.

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  • What Taxes Do Businesses Have To Pay?

    If you're running a business, you don't only have to worry about your own personal taxes. You have to concern yourself with your company's taxes as well. Click through for an introduction to business taxes.

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  • QuickBooks Transitions to a Subscription Model

    Like so many other software packages, QuickBooks recently transitioned to a subscription model. That means it's time for current and potential users to review the company's new offerings. Click through for an overview of QB's current model.

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  • What Employers Need to Know About FICA Taxes

    Whether you have one employee or 1,000, you have to take responsibility for withholding and remitting Social Security taxes. Click through to make sure you know the basics and comply with the rules.

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  • IRS Updates FAQ for the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit

    If you didn't qualify for or didn't receive the full amount of the third Economic Impact Payment, you may be eligible for the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit. Click through for an overview to see if you're entitled to the credit.

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  • What Does a Trustee Have To Do?

    A trustee faces major responsibilities once the grantor dies, and oversees the funds on behalf of the beneficiaries. Click through to learn what those duties are so you can be prepared if you're ever named trustee.

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  • Are Your Employees Really Employees?

    There has long been confusion about the distinction between employees and independent contractors, even though it's essential for businesses to get it right. Click through for some tips from the IRS.

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  • IRS Offers Guidance on ERC

    The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act amended the law so that the Employee Retention Credit applies only to wages paid before October 1, 2021, in most cases. Click through for new guidance on how to manage this change.

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  • Security Is Key for Shared Applications

    Taking measures to secure your personal and identifiable information has always been important. It is even more important now that many companies that share applications with their employees are all operating remotely. Click through for tips on how to protect your personal information. 

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  • Do You Need a Forensic Accountant?

    Forensic accountants can value a business as well as calculate losses and potential legal damages. Might they be able to help you? Click through to learn when you need to employ a forensic accountant and how forensic accounting works.

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  • Capital Gains and Home Sales

    Before you sell your home, it's important to understand the tax implications. The situation is complicated, so you need to review the details to make sure you get the full benefits. Click through to discover the tax code rules on capital gains and gain exclusions.

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  • How To Finance a Car

    Purchasing a car is a serious investment, but thoughtful financing can make it less painful. Click through for some advice on how to make the right choices to purchase the car you want.

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  • Quantitative vs. Qualitative Financial Forecasts: What's the Difference?

    No financial forecast is perfect, which is why there are so many different methodologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Predicting your business outcomes starts with understanding which forecast is right for you. Click through for an overview of the different kinds of forecasts and how they work.

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  • Wills vs. Trusts: What's the Difference?

    Wills and trusts are two of the most versatile and powerful tools you'll have when making long-term plans for your estate. But what are the differences, and which one should you use? Click through for a review of wills and trusts.

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  • Merry Christmas! May the Joys of the Season be Yours

    Wishing you a season of light and peace! May you enjoy warm memories with your loved ones, and may the spirit of Christmas fill your hearts. Click through for a special greeting.

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  • What's the Tax Deal on IRAs?

    IRAs are tax-favored personal savings accounts that set aside money for retirement. Most people have heard of them, but not everyone knows the tax details. Click through to make sure you understand how the tax advantages work.

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  • What to Know About Tax Prep

    In the coming weeks, taxpayers will be getting various documents needed to prepare their annual income tax returns. Click through for some tips on organizing your papers to make the process easier as we approach April 15.

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  • IRS Announces Mileage Rates for 2022

    Each year, the government announces the mileage rates taxpayers can use when applying for reimbursement. Click through for the new rates and for information on when you can legally take the deductions. 

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  • IRS Presents Filing Tips for 2022

    It's been a busy few months on the tax front, and as the filing date draws closer, the IRS is giving some filing advice. Click through for a summary to help you prepare for your financial reckoning on April 15.

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  • Credits vs. Deductions: What's the Difference?

    Many people think that tax deductions and credits are the same, but they're not. Tax deductions reduce your taxable income, but tax credits reduce your tax bill dollar for dollar. Click through to find out what that means and when it matters.

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  • Can You Claim the Credit for Other Dependents?

    If you don't qualify for the child tax credit, you may be able to claim the credit for other dependents. Click through for an introduction to this often forgotten tax break, to see whether you're eligible to claim it on your tax return.

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  • The IRS and Facial Recognition

    Facial recognition is quickly becoming a part of life despite the lack of federal law regarding its use. Now the IRS is requiring taxpayers to use it to access its website. Click through to see whether this is going to be the wave of the future.

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  • Third-Party Network Payment Providers and Form 1099-K

    A new law was enacted as part of the American Rescue Plan, and it took effect this year. This new law establishes a significant change in tax reporting for businesses using PayPal and similar services. Click through to make sure you're on top of the new policies.

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  • The Tax Implications of Independent Contractors

    Not everyone who works for you is an employee. Some may be independent contractors. This means a simpler tax situation for you, so the distinction is important. Click through for tips on figuring out what kind of workforce you have and how to handle your tax responsibilities.

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  • Taxes and Business Startups

    New entrepreneurs think about production, marketing, sales and human resources — but often forget the tax angle. You need to be on top of your IRS situation from day one. Click through for an overview of taxes for new businesses.

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  • Intro to the Accounts Payable Process

    It doesn't matter whether your business brings in $50,000 a year or $50 million — it needs an effective bill-paying system. Click through for some tips on building and managing an efficient accounts payable process.

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  • IRS Provides Updated Guidance on the EITC

    The earned income tax credit, or EITC, can be a huge boon to eligible families, but it can be confusing to navigate. Fortunately, the IRS has provided fresh guidance. Click through to see whether you might benefit from the EITC.

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  • Can You Lower Your Property Taxes?

    Many homeowners believe their property taxes are etched in stone and that the rates calculated in municipal offices cannot be changed. Click through to learn how your town arrives at your tax rate and how you may be able to change it.

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  • IRS Provides Guidance on Schedules K-2 and K-3

    The IRS has provided further details on additional relief for certain partnerships preparing schedules K-2 and K-3 for 2021. Click through for an overview of these complex but important changes.

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  • Tax-Free Municipal Bonds: Worth It?

    Municipal bonds are issued by states and municipalities. Their most appealing features are their tax-exempt and lower-risk status. Are they right for you? Click through to read more about the pros and cons of tax-free municipal bonds.

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  • How To Start a Charity

    The IRS recognizes a couple dozen different kinds of nonprofits, but the most common is probably the 501(c)(3), a tax-exempt charitable organization. Click through for an overview of the complex process of launching one.

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  • Just What Is HIPAA?

    HIPAA, a law passed in 1996, protects people with health conditions from being discriminated against in health insurance and protects your medical records. Click through to learn just how important HIPAA can be and how it affects you.

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  • Can You Be Exempt and Nonexempt at the Same Time?

    The Fair Labor Standards Act has two categories of employees: exempt and nonexempt. But can an employee have two jobs at a company, one in each category? Click through to see how the rules would work in this situation.

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  • Filing the Final Tax Return

    When you're a spouse or personal representative of a deceased individual’s estate, you discover that even the deceased needs to file a final tax return. Click through to find out what responsibilities you have to square things with the IRS.

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  • The Tax Situation When You Have Employees

    When people perform work for you, you face a whole new world of responsibilities and deadlines. The rules are detailed and complex. Click through for an introduction to tax rules for employers.

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  • Long-Term Care Insurance: Right for You?

    How will you pay for the help you'll need in caring for yourself later in life? Long-term care insurance can be a major help, but decisions surrounding it can be complex. Click through for some insights on whether it might be right for you.

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  • Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

    Each year, employees may undergo life changes that could affect their income tax withholding. This is why it’s important to remind your employees to review their withholding every year, especially as they're currently filing income tax returns. Click through to learn what employees should do once a year.

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  • What To Know About Business Financial Ratios

    Understanding key financial ratios can make you a better manager. Once you know what the numbers reveal, you can take actionable lessons from them. Click through for an introduction to how ratios can offer important insights for your business and your investments.

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  • A Fresh Look at Retirement Withdrawal Rules

    Strict rules govern the timing of retirement account withdrawals. These rules may change in the near future, but meanwhile, you need to know your responsibilities. Click through for an update on IRS requirements.

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  • Getting Representation Before the IRS

    It's one of the fundamental rights of all taxpayers: You're entitled to have representation in dealings with the IRS, even if you choose not to appear at the interview in person. Click through to learn how to retain an authorized representative for that help.

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  • Consider These Tips for Early Retirement

    Contributing to your workplace retirement plan, avoiding withdrawals, paying off debts, and setting up multiple sources of income are four ways to retire sooner. Click through for more ideas on how to put your work life behind you at a younger age.

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  • How To Pick a Trustee

    It's a major decision that requires a lot of thought: Who should be the trustee of your estate? Click through for some sound considerations to weigh while you decide whether to choose a family member, a friend or a professional.

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  • Do You Have a Hobby or a Business?

    This is an age-old question, and it's more than academic: The answer can mean a big difference in your tax bill. Click through for some IRS guidance so you can make the right decisions and provide the right documentation at tax time.

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  • Quick Tips To Improve Your One-on-One Meetings

    One of the best ways to build relationships with your employees is to have one-on-one meetings with them, but if these individual meetings are fruitless, it’s time to strengthen the foundation of the one-on-ones. Click through for tips that will help you improve your one-on-one meetings.

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  • All About Quarterly Tax Returns

    Form 941 is the quarterly tax return for reporting income taxes as well as withholdings of employee payroll taxes, Social Security, and Medicare. Click through for the basics on this important business form to ensure that you stay compliant.

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  • If You Want to Be Successful, You Must Have Benchmarks

    As a business owner, you may think you're doing well, but do you have the numbers to back up your opinion? There are ways of getting actual data. Click through to learn how to get data to see how you compare against industry standards.

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  • Do You Need Umbrella Insurance?

    Do you need extra liability protection? Those who have extra risks may need additional insurance. Fortunately, it's easily available and not very expensive. Click through to find out whether an umbrella policy is right for you.

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  • Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Where the Dividing Line Is

    There's a good chance that your organization employs both exempt and nonexempt employees. The line dividing them may be thin, but it's critical you keep the distinction clear. Click through to ensure that duties and compensation are assigned based on exemption status.

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  • Tax Breaks for Older Couples Who Sell Their Homes

    Homes often appreciate, especially when you've been living in them a long time. This is good but can create tax problems. Click through for tips on the tax situations impacting homes, to make sure you manage your home sale situation correctly.

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  • How Do S Corporations Work?

    Particularly for certain smaller businesses, the S corporation can be a much more beneficial entity than the traditional C corporations, but there are strict rules. Click through for an introduction to the advantages and drawbacks.

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