Posts Tagged: Taxes

The CARES Act and Small Businesses

In addition to helping individuals, the CARES Act aims to prop up the economy by sustaining small businesses through the coronavirus pandemic. Find out about loan programs and tax provisions in the law. more >

Key CARES Act Provisions for Individuals

To help us through the coronavirus pandemic, the federal CARES Act brings financial relief in the areas of retirement savings, charitable contributions, direct payments, student loans, unemployment insurance and more. more >

You’ve Heard of the Prenup. What About a No-Nup?

When living with your significant other, financial matters are unavoidable. Equity, fairness and protecting your own personal interests are important areas to discuss. Learn how a cohabitation agreement can help set clear expectations. more >

6 Groups Impacted by the SECURE Act

The SECURE Act brings a lot of changes to the retirement landscape and beyond. Read about the special provisions to find out who benefits and who may pay additional taxes. more >

5 Common Tax Myths Debunked

As you finalize your 2017 taxes and prepare for the new federal tax law this year, save time and money by avoiding these common tax misunderstandings, from documentation to state taxes, which our wealth managers clarify. more >

How to Maximize the QBI Deduction

The new qualified business income (QBI) deduction provides a new reason for small business owners to reconsider how they distribute profits to themselves. Learn why your business structure and compensation method matter. more >

2018 Tax Planning: 10 Steps to Take Now

With the new tax law, year-round holistic tax planning and a sound understanding of your income and deductions can help you identify opportunities and strategies to achieve a more efficient tax result. Here are some planning tips for 2018. more >

Understanding the New Qualified Business Income Deduction

The new deduction for Qualified Business Income, also known as pass-through income, is one of the most complicated provisions of the tax act. Ray Edwards explains how the new deduction works for certain business owners and investors. more >