Here are a few tips for saving on taxes for your rental properties. Did you know that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a 20% tax deduction possibility? A new "Safe Harbor" has also been made for Section 199A rental properties. If you've wondered how to handle multiple rental activities and the 199A deduction, you'll find information on that here, as well.
We all want what is best for our children. At an early age, we teach them to eat the right foods, we place them in the best preschools, we encourage them in grade school and high school, and we cheer them on when they excel in extracurricular activities.
Put another way, we want our children to succeed in all aspects of life.
Are you ready to become a better investor? Would you like to enhance your understanding of the most important principles that drive the creation of wealth, without it hurting a bit? In this approachable report, we’ll introduce you to three essentials on how to invest with greater confidence, with evidence instead of emotion guiding your way.
Here are a few tips for saving on taxes in your business. Did you know that you can take the home-office deduction, even if you spend more time at a separate location? You may also want to be aware of the survival of the Employee Recreation and Parties tax code through TCJA Tax Reform and how to claim the most benefit.
By Jenny Anderson - March 12, 2019
On a blustery March day five years ago, I locked arms with my mother and walked into a church in Maplewood, New Jersey to bury my brother. Bagpipes played “Amazing Grace.” I remember shivering and worrying: that my dad would slip, my mom would collapse, and that I would botch the eulogy.
Have you ever heard someone say that experience is the best teacher? Here’s another one. There are no mistakes, just lessons.
Well, we would like to take a slightly different tack. Experience isn’t the best teacher - someone else’s experience is. Learn from other peoples’ mistakes and you can save yourself a lot of grief.