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4 new law changes that may affect your retirement plan
A new law might provide you with tax-saving opportunities related to your IRA or retirement plan.
New law helps businesses make their employees’ retirement secure
Small businesses: The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (SECURE Act) was recently signed into law. It has provisions that may be of interest to you if you have a retirement plan for employees or are thinking of adding one.
Cost management: A budget’s best friend
Business owners: Sometimes it may seem that no matter how hard you work, escalating expenses always get the better of you. Fight back with cost management.
Your home office expenses may be tax deductible
These days, many people work from home. But they don’t all qualify to deduct the expenses of a home office on their tax returns. Here are the basic rules.
New law provides a variety of tax breaks to businesses and employers
Good news for businesses and employers: A new law provides federal tax relief. Here are five highlights.
Stretch your marketing dollars further with smart strategies
Getting your marketing budget to go as far as possible isn’t easy when you’re trying to keep up with payroll and control expenses. Here are some low-cost approaches to consider.
Do you have a side gig? Make sure you understand your tax obligations
These days, many people have side “gigs” to earn extra money. Find out more about the tax consequences of taking on these jobs.
Small Businesses: It may not be not too late to cut your 2019 taxes
There may be ways your small business can save on 2019 taxes. Here are a few … but you must act before New Year’s Day.
What’s the right device policy for your company?
That mobile device in virtually every employee’s hand can be both a blessing and a curse. Think carefully about your company’s policy on it.
Adopting a child? Bring home tax savings with your bundle of joy
If you’re adopting a child, it is one of the happiest experiences of your life. There also may be substantial tax breaks available to offset the costs.
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