Welcome to 2018 Tax Season! by Nadine Riley

{7:12 minutes to read}  ​It has been said this is the biggest tax overhaul of the last seven decades; most of us may not have experienced the last one.

From a high level overview, notwithstanding the fact that certain individual itemized expenses will be increased, combined & capped, or eliminated, lower income individuals will have a reduced tax bill. The intent of this article is to quiet some of the noise surrounding the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Bill and highlight some of the advantages and disadvantages. (more…)

2017 Year-End Tax Guide for Businesses by Nadine Riley*Due to the weekly changes and updates to the proposed tax law, some of this article’s content may have changed. Once the law is passed, we will update you.

{7:06 minutes to read} Now that each chamber of Congress has met, i.e. the House and the Senate, we now await the final verdict regarding how they will reconcile their differences and decide what will be the new tax law. (more…)

Year-End Tax Planning for Employees and Families by Nadine Riley{8:48 minutes to read} There’s something different about entering the month of November, in my opinion. I believe it is due to how close November is to the end of the year. It’s that penultimate month. November allows us to pause and rethink where we have been and where we would like to be before the year ends:

  • Some of us will pause to focus on the things we should have done and dwell there (do nothing).
  • Others will look back and choose to act and make a change that could be beneficial.