In December, Congress passed a new bill called the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, aka the SECURE Act. Besides proving that Congress can make an acronym out
The word “lumpy” doesn’t evoke a lot of positive thoughts. Lumpy greens aren’t fun to putt on, and a lumpy mattress isn’t going to lead to a good night’s sleep.
Not KFC. Not QFC. A QCD, also known as a Qualified Charitable Distribution. With the changes to the tax code for 2018, it’s possible that your charitable contributions will no
As 2018 starts and progresses, we will have many things to adjust and get used to with the new tax law. I want to share with you my thoughts as
It’s a new year and it’s getting close to tax time. Most of us are busy and ignoring what needs our attention. If you are one of those rushing to
The word “taxes” causes much controversy. Those who have little, think those who have plenty, should pay more. Those who have plenty, think those who have little, should take less.
Tax law is hardly a simple area of study–ask anyone going for their J.D. or Ph.D in the field and they’ll likely tell just how much of a headache it
With tax season just around the corner and the IRS having just released information that it plans to issue refunds about as quickly as it did last year (9 out