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The New Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) 

The New Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ)  By now, you have probably become accustomed to the many changes – for better or for worse – that the tax overhaul bill which was passed in late 2017 brought to us taxpayers.  The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has been credited with bringing many tax ...

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California State’s New Standard for Independent Contractor Designation

California State’s New Standard for Independent Contractor Designation In April 2018, California’s top court officially made it more difficult for employers to designate their workers as independent contractors. The case which set the new rules for classification is Dynamex Operations West, I...

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New Changes to Bonus Depreciation

New Changes to Bonus Depreciation Most business owners are quite familiar with the incredible tax savings that bonus depreciation allows; however, with the recent updates and changes to the tax code, many individuals remain confused with certain aspects of this section – and rightfully so! ...

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The 20% Pass-Through Tax Deduction for Business Owners

The 20% Pass-Through Tax Deduction for Business Owners Tax season is once again looming over all of us. To complicate matters, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has established some new sets of rules, which are imperative to understand. In particular, if you happen to be a small business owner,...

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E-COMMERCE & CALIFORNIA SALES TAX

E-COMMERCE & CALIFORNIA SALES TAX California Department of Tax and Fee Administration’s Letter The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDFTA), which administers California’s sales tax collection, has recently begun to send out letters to users of the “fulfillment by ...

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Retirement Account Plans For Small Businesses

Retirement Account Plans For Small Businesses If you own a small business, one thing which you should absolutely budget and plan for is a retirement plan. There are many excuses people can come up with to not begin saving for their golden years, but no excuse will ever justify not getting started...

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Is Incorporation The Right Move?

To incorporate or not to incorporate?  Taxpayers that are self-employed or sole proprietors usually have the option to incorporate their business and operate as a corporation, but when should taxpayers take this step? The pros and cons may seem difficult to weigh, and then there is the decision ...

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Fixing Mistakes and the Amended Return

Fixing Mistakes and the Amended Return Tax season comes and goes every year, but that does not mean the filing of taxes is completely over once you have autographed the signature line and sent your paperwork on its way. In fact, right around that time is when a few taxpayers begin to feel doomed ...

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Collection Due Process Procedure

Collection Due Process Procedure Each year many people face hefty tax obligations. For some, the ability to pay these bills could be impossible due to their income, financial changes, or any number of other reasons. So what happens when the IRS is beating down on your door and demanding immediate...

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Self-Employment and Tax Tips

Self-Employment and Tax Tips Self-employed individuals, which include independent contractors and sole proprietors, have both extra duties and opportunities when it comes to filing taxes. Besides your regular business responsibilities, you can be sure that you need to establish excellent record k...

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