Ever wondered if you could reduce your tax liability or pay less tax on your income? Come join us for a FREE Q&A course related to individual income tax planning. It’s an opportunity to get your questions answered or hear ideas and questions from others that may help you with tax planning. DETAILS Time & […]
Place: Bordine’s of Clarkston – 8600 Dixie Hwy, Village of Clarkston, MI 48348 Date: October 24, 2019Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm Come enjoy wines from around the world, Michigan beer, select spirits and food from the following great area restaurants: Via Bologna MacPhee’s Restaurant Neiman’s Family Market Pita Way Kruse’s Deer Lake Inn Hamlin Pub […]
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The IRS has released a new Tax Withholding Estimator and is encouraging everyone to perform a “paycheck checkup”. The new tool is to assist with better calculating taxes and withholdings to reflect recent changes in the tax law. CLICK HERE TO USE THE CALCULATOR Reasons to check your withholding: Calculate enough withholding to ensure you […]
Like-kind exchanges are most popularly thought of exchanges of real estate under current law. Exchanging property is also a strategic way to dispose of property tax fee. Under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) exchanges of personal property and intangible personal property no longer qualify as tax free exchanges under Internal Revenue Code […]
Reconciling your bank account is a simple yet often overlooked part of one’s accounting system. Whether you are using a check register or sophisticated accounting system it’s wise to reconcile your bank account to your register or accounting program. This can be done daily, monthly, quarterly or annually. Typically this is a monthly task. Why […]
Freelancer is a term we see a lot these days and the tax implications are different than as an employee. An employee has the luxury of their employer withholding and paying their tax to the appropriate taxing authorities on their behalf. A freelancer does not. In its simplest form a freelancer is a sole proprietor for income tax purposes. Becoming self-employed as a freelancer comes with great flexibility of being your own boss but one should be mindful of proper record keeping requirements and timely tax payments.
2019 Youth Baseball Opening Day: Independence Township Parks, Recreation & Seniors. As big supporters of our community and baseball, sponsoring a Little Sluggers (ages 3-4) team was a must. The team consisted of 12 kids eager to learn the fundamentals of baseball. The event took place at Clintonwood Park from 8:30AM – 11:00AM. Sponsor Booths […]
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