If you’re a volunteer who works for charity, you may be entitled to some tax breaks if you itemize deductions on your tax return. Unfortunately, they may not amount to as much as you think your generosity is worth.
When planning your estate, you’re likely focused on major assets, such as real estate, investments and retirement plans. But it’s also important to “sweat the small stuff” — your tangible personal property. Examples include jewelry, antiques and photographs.
If you frequently sell multiple inventory items grouped together, you need to learn about QuickBooks’ assemblies.
During your working days, you pay Social Security tax in the form of withholding from your salary or self-employment tax. And when you start receiving Social Security benefits, you may be surprised to learn that some of the payments may be taxed.
Member of the Firm David L. Maaskant, CPA, CVA and Clinton G. Smith, III, CPA from SevenBridge Financial Group presented at the West Shore County Club on Understanding Tax Opportunity Zones. You can check out the full presentation below.
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You are a company who feeds on making new products. You are a company who wants to meet customer needs by customizing a current product that you already offer.
Imagine giving your company’s retirement plan a report card. Would it earn straight A’s in preparing your participants for their golden years? Or is it more of a C student who could really use some extra help after school? Benchmarking can tell you. Mind the basics
A common estate planning mistake that people make is to own property jointly with an adult child or other family member. True, adding a loved one to the title of your home, bank account or other property can be a simple technique for leaving property to that person without the need for probate.
SEK, CPAs & Advisors was recently recognized in Central Penn Business Journal’s third annual Reader Rankings Awards.