Recovering and Recreating Tax Documents after a Disaster

When your home or business is struck by a disaster of any kind, the results can be devastating. Loss of property, damage to the structure, and potential injury and trauma are just the beginning. Even after filing claims and replacing the bulk of the property, you can continue to be...

National Tax Security Awareness Week Is December 3-7

The IRS, states, and the tax industry at large have partnered together in the Security Summit initiative to launch a new initiative that’s aimed at helping taxpayers protect sensitive information from cyber thieves. This comes at an important time of year, not only because of the sharp rise in online...

Why Tax Planning Is Essential for Every Business Owner

If you own a business, financial planning is likely something you do every year. You know that it is essential to guiding your financial decisions for your company, and you would likely never consider skipping it. And yet, many business owners skip what should be a central part of their...

How Bunching Charitable Contributions Can Save You Money on Your Taxes

This year will be the first year that the majority of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act applies to your tax return, and it’s bringing a lot of changes. One of those major changes is causing taxpayers to reevaluate when they make their charitable contributions so that they can maximize...