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The charitable donation deduction hasn’t been proposed for elimination or reduction under tax reform, but there still are reasons to maximize charitable giving this year. Just be sure to follow the rules.
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Making a business vehicle purchase by December 31 is a traditional year-end tax strategy. But tax reform could affect whether buying in 2017 or 2018 makes more tax sense.
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Someday, they say, the computers will take over. That’s probably not going to happen anytime soon. But artificial intelligence may be useful to your company right now.
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The possibility of tax reform being signed into law this year makes tax planning more challenging. But it also could make these tried-and-true year-end tax planning tips extra powerful in 2017.
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To avoid interest and penalties, it’s important for businesses to be prepared for upcoming tax-related deadlines. Make sure you know what’s due in Q1 of 2018.
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Some say that annual budgets, like rules, are made to be broken. If it looks like you’ll go over budget this year, consider this a good opportunity to make some beneficial changes to your business.
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A 15% or 20% tax rate generally applies to long-term capital gains. But a 0% rate is available for taxpayers in the two lowest income tax brackets. Here’s how higher-bracket taxpayers can take advantage of the 0% rate.
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Accrual-basis taxpayers can save tax by properly recording and recognizing expenses incurred this year but that won’t be paid until 2018. Learn more about this and other year-end tax planning strategies.
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There’s nothing to fear about holiday cheer, right? Well, a hastily planned year-end company event can leave many employees feeling like Scrooge. Make sure you do it up right.
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