During 2020, small businesses which received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans were not eligible to claim the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC or ERC) as well. But for 2021, this rule has changed, allowing more businesses to claim the ERTC. This webinar addresses the differences between the rules for 2020 and 2021, retrospective tax credits […]
Both accountants and financial planners are crucial parts of a financial team, but their areas of focus are very different. Expecting one to do the job of the other won’t produce the best results. This webinar addresses situations for an accountant, situations calling for a financial planner, and how both can work together. Carly Chohon, […]
Small businesses can be structured in several different ways, the most popular of which are the LLC (limited liability company) and the S corporation. Each comes with its own benefits and disadvantages. This webinar will contrast the two structures’ legal requirements, tax benefits and costs, shareholder compensation, and more. Eric R. Gregg, a certified public […]
Do you know which documents you should keep? If not, read on to find out how you can tame the paper piles while staying financially prepared.
When you hire a nanny or babysitter as a regular employee, you are legally required to pay taxes.
One of the largest concerns people have about handing down their legacy is sparing as much as possible of the tax burden on their heirs. Changing tax law can make it difficult to know the best way to organize the estate for the lowest taxes. This webinar addresses trusts, gifts, and recent changes in tax […]
What do you do if you want a side hustle? How do you separate solid advice from hype?
How can you save money without reducing your workers’ salary? One way is by being smart with employment taxes.
Limited liability companies, or LLCs, exist to protect the business owner’s assets from liability. But what does that really mean?
The alternative minimum tax reduces the number of deductions high earners can take and can substantially raise their tax bill.
Trusts can be complicated, but they can also be an invaluable tool to ensure that your assets are distributed the way you want.
In this presentation, Dave Zaegel, CFP, CPA, shared his knowledge and expertise in making the most of retirement savings. His lengthy experience as an auditor and accountant inform his financial planning practice and allow him to see both taxes and investing from multiple angles.
Your investments aren’t taxed until you sell them, meaning that keeping investments unrealized can allow you some tax-free growth.
Your home office makes your home also your place of work. Does that mean it’s tax deductible?
Be prepared so that capital gains taxes don’t hit you unawares. Educated investors are in the best position to minimize their taxes.
Every year, millions of families benefit from the child tax credit. This year, the American Rescue Plan has expanded that credit.
Understand what rental income actually means, how taxes on it work, and how you can get the most money out of your tax write-offs.
Freelancing is becoming common in the current gig economy. But many people don’t know how to calculate taxes on their freelance income.
Real estate can be either an investment or a career. If you’re a real estate professional, you know that tax planning can be confusing.
Washington State’s Long-Term Care Trust Act will pay for long-term care, if needed, for those who have paid into the program through taxes.
Many construction business owners don’t have a good blueprint for tax planning. Learn more about managing taxes for your business.
Corporations enjoy tax benefits. Could you realize the same advantages by electing to have your LLC taxed as a corporation?
Now is an excellent time to think about planning for your 2021 taxes. If your tax bill was painful this year, maybe next year you can owe less.
To help you prepare your taxes, it helps to know about the different tax documents you will receive and fill out.
Learn tax strategies that help your business save money and stay profitable, with the help of a financial advisor.
By careful planning during each tax year and clear understanding of the forms as you file, you can minimize the tax you pay each year.
As you approach the end of the year, you have one last chance to offset investment gains in your taxes. You can save by using tax loss harvesting.
Donating to charity is part of being a socially conscious business. And if you do, you can get benefits on your taxes!
If you’re interested in making more of a difference this year, it may be time to talk to a financial advisor about how you’re donating.
When you think about taxes, you might first think about your accountant. However, a financial advisor can also help you with your taxes. In 2017, Americans paid a whopping $1.66 trillion in taxes to the federal government. If you feel like you paid more than your fair share of that $1.66 trillion, you might want […]