March 23, 2017

Want To Make A Retirement Contribution For Last Year? You Still Have Time

While tax filing season is fast coming to a conclusion, it’s not too late to make tax deductible retirement contributions which will be deductible on your personal and business tax returns. You should review the due dates for making retirement contributions, as well as consider extending deadlines to set up retirement […]
March 14, 2017

First Time Penalty Abatement With the IRS

If you’ve received a letter from the IRS notifying you that a penalty has been assessed to your individual or business account, the situation may not be as bad as it seems. That’s because in some cases, the IRS will remove the penalty – but only if asked to do […]
February 9, 2017

Businesses Frequently Overlook the 9% Domestic Production Activities Deduction

Section 199 of the US Tax Code defines the requirements for a business to take a tax deduction for certain production activities. This part of the tax code was designed to encourage business to start or expand manufacturing businesses in the United States. This is usually called the Domestic Production […]