Keys to Avoiding Payroll Tax Trouble

Keys to Avoiding Payroll Tax Trouble

What would happen if your company failed to pay the IRS payroll taxes when they are due? You could be on the hook for penalties and, if you are treated as a “responsible party,” held personally liable for unpaid taxes. Fortunately, your business can avoid dire tax...

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Timing Counts When Valuing a Business

Timing Counts When Valuing a Business

In today's uncertain markets, the value of a business may change significantly over time. So it's important to choose the valuation date carefully. Often, the date is prescribed by law or a judge. But sometimes attorneys or others, such as the executor in an estate...

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New Threshold for Filing Electronic Information Returns

New Threshold for Filing Electronic Information Returns

If your business files 10 or more information returns, you must now file them electronically. This is a significant rule change that went into effect on January 1, 2024, for 2023 tax year information returns. The threshold for electronically filing most information...

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Tax-Saving Opportunities for Manufacturers in 2024

Tax-Saving Opportunities for Manufacturers in 2024

What is the tax outlook for manufacturers as 2024 begins? While certain provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) begin to phase out, other tax laws, including the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS)...

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Act Now to Leverage the Gift Tax Exclusion Before Year End

Act Now to Leverage the Gift Tax Exclusion Before Year End

The gift tax exclusion is among the most valuable tools available to transfer assets to family and other loved ones without ending up with an unwelcome tax bill for the givers or recipients. Year end often is a busy time for gifting, as taxpayers move to take...

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IRS Delays $600 Form 1099-K Reporting Threshold

IRS Delays $600 Form 1099-K Reporting Threshold

Businesses and individuals concerned about the confusing 1099-K reporting requirements can breathe a sigh of relief: On November 21, 2023, the IRS announced that the deadline for the new $600 reporting threshold will not go into effect for the 2023 tax year — and it...

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