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  • Enhanced charitable deductions in 2021

    Summer 2021
    Newsletter: Management & Tax Concepts

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 367

    Abstract: Those who are charitably inclined should keep in mind that last year’s CARES Act — supplemented by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA) — enhanced several charitable tax incentives for donations made through the end of 2021. For individuals who itemize, eligible charitable donations in 2021 are deductible up to 100% of adjusted gross income, a jump from 60%. This article discusses the requirements for this deduction as well as the above-the-line deduction for non-itemizers.

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  • Pandemic planning – Stay on track with your college savings plans

    Summer 2021
    Newsletter: Management & Tax Concepts

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    Word count: 601

    Abstract: One negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a disruption for some families in their well-laid college savings plans. This article explains why it’s wise to continue putting something away for college in a Section 529 plan, even if it’s less than before. The article also describes the different types of 529 plans and their requirements.

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  • Crafting a buy-sell agreement

    Summer 2021
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    Word count: 655

    Abstract: Most companies with more than one owner should have a buy-sell agreement in place. This article outlines some of the key considerations involved in developing this legal document.

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  • Is your company eligible for these “small business” tax breaks?

    Summer 2021
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    Word count: 834

    Abstract: Taxpayers who own small businesses may qualify for a variety of tax breaks that can slash their tax bills and reduce their administrative costs. And thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, “small” is a lot bigger than it used to be. This article explains the new threshold for the small designation and describes business advantages. A sidebar covers the disqualification of tax shelters from the “small business” category.

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  • Businesses can 100% deduct business meals through 2022

    Spring 2021
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    Word count: 360

    Abstract: Recent legislation designed to assist the restaurant industry is also a big pleaser for businesses. The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act (TCDTRA) suspends the 50% deduction limit for certain meals for calendar years 2021 and 2022. It allows businesses to deduct 100% of the cost of business-related meals provided by a restaurant. This article explains the legislation in a nutshell.

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  • 3 financial lessons from the pandemic

    Spring 2021
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    Word count: 517

    Abstract: COVID-19’s rapid spread and the economic havoc that followed are vivid reminders of how unpredictable and volatile the broad economy — and each family’s personal finances — can be. This article discusses three financial lessons to be learned from the pandemic.

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  • An extended Paycheck Protection Program – The latest changes are beneficial for borrowers

    Spring 2021
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    Word count: 802

    Abstract: On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act into law. The legislation extends, liberalizes and expands the Paycheck Protection Program. The latest round of the program permits eligible small businesses to take out loans and so-called second-draw loans if they’re already participants. This article explains the major changes in the program that benefit borrowers.

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  • Shifting gears: Planning tips for retirement

    Spring 2021
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    Word count: 806

    Abstract: Tax planning in retirement is just as important as it is during one’s working years. Strategies that reduce an individual’s tax burden can help increase the chances that savings will last a lifetime. This article offers several tips for minimizing taxes during retirement, from creating a budget to strategically withdrawing savings. A sidebar briefly describes how tax-free capital gains is an option for some.

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  • Remote work can be taxing

    Winter 2021
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    Word count: 442

    Abstract: During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been fairly common for people to work remotely from another state — across state lines from the employer’s place of business or even across the nation. Employees that fit that situation may need to file tax returns in both states, potentially triggering additional state taxes.

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  • Put procedures in place to avoid “past due” situations

    Winter 2021
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    Word count: 558

    Abstract: COVID-19 has caused many businesses and individuals to be strapped for cash and experiencing difficulty paying their bills. For individuals running their own business, outstanding invoices can play havoc with cash flow. This article offers steps business owners can take to help ensure they get paid.

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  • Does the pandemic make you think about an earlier retirement?

    Winter 2021
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    Word count: 587

    Abstract: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many employees who’re able to perform their duties remotely have transitioned to working from home. Their new work-from-home experiences are sparking an interest in some to retire earlier than planned. This article considers several factors that are key to the decision to retire.

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  • When interest rates go low, it’s high time for estate planning

    Winter 2021
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    Word count: 838

    Abstract: In a volatile economic environment, the idea of making substantial gifts may give you pause. But with interest rates at historic lows and the value of many assets depressed, now may be an ideal time to plan an estate. This article offers a few estate planning options, specifically loans to family members and GRATs.

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  • Temporary allowance of NOL carrybacks creates refund opportunity

    Fall 2020
    Newsletter: Management & Tax Concepts

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    Word count: 326

    Abstract: For businesses that experience losses this year, a provision of the CARES Act may deliver a welcome cash flow boost. The act temporarily lifts restrictions on NOL carrybacks. This allows businesses to offset losses against income earned in previous years and claim a tax refund.

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  • Want to trade? In a down economy, bartering might be worth considering

    Fall 2020
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    Word count: 528

    Abstract: Businesses sometimes find trading an item or a service to be beneficial. And bartering, or exchange, websites have gained sophistication over the years. A company can exchange almost anything without money changing hands, an avenue that might be appealing during the current economic downturn. This article discusses the two main bartering options: bartering directly with another business or turning to an exchange company that streamlines the process.

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  • 3 year-end tax planning tips

    Fall 2020
    Newsletter: Management & Tax Concepts

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 589

    Abstract: The year 2020 has been a tumultuous one, and an unusual one for taxpayers. As the year draws to a close, year-end tax planning may be more important than ever before. This article presents three tax strategies to consider: making substantial gifts to family members, donating to charity and doing a Roth conversion.

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  • The CARES Act provides some retirement plan flexibility

    Fall 2020
    Newsletter: Management & Tax Concepts

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    Word count: 991

    Abstract: Many Americans plan carefully to save enough money for a comfortable retirement. But events outside of your control can affect your retirement plans. For example, economic hardship might force some savers to withdraw funds from their retirement nest eggs this year. The CARES Act, signed into law in March, may provide some relief to such individuals. A sidebar notes that it also provides relief for student loan borrowers and homeowners.

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