UPDATE: 2019 Tax Season to Open January 28th

Last week, we announced we’d be operating on a “business as usual” schedule regarding tax season. The federal government may have shut down, but we’d… Read More…

How the Government Shutdown Will Affect Your Taxes

The federal government has shut down (again), which means there’s no federal budget in place. That means that funding for many government agencies has run… Read More…

Treasury Lessens the Burden of Parking Tax to Churches, Nonprofits

Churches and other nonprofits that provide parking for their employees are getting a gift from the Treasury Department this holiday season: new guidance that softens… Read More…

Section 199A Proposed Regulations

One of the most talked about and widely misunderstood provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is Section 199A, a section which… Read More…

IRS Issues Interim Withholding Guidelines

Back in June, in the wake of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS issued a draft Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, and… Read More…

Tax Reform in Light of the Mid-Term Elections

With control of the House of Representatives — and with it the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee — flipping solidly into the ‘D’ category this… Read More…

5 Steps of the New Revenue Recognition Model for Franchisors

Our previous blog highlighted the changes franchisors need prepare for in light of the new revenue recognition changes. In addition to that, there are some… Read More…

Revenue Recognition Update: Important Changes for Franchisors

The impact of the new revenue recognition standard will be felt across all businesses, but franchisors in particular. The new standard will have a profound… Read More…

Plans To Withdraw From Postal Treaty Could Impact Your Business

The president’s withdrawal from a little known postal treaty may soon impact the price of goods coming into the US from China. Anyone in the… Read More…

Individual Cash Free Tax Benefit – 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction

Most income tax deductions for individuals require that you spend cash for the deduction – pay your property tax, write a check to charity, etc…. Read More…