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The Tax Overhaul: What Every Business Owner Needs to Know

If you are wondering where your business deductions stand, you are not alone. In fact, questions abound about everything from employee withholding to how to determine what “qualified income” is for your business. Where to start? Most businesses are interested in the promised 20 percent tax reduction. Whether you operate your business as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or S corporation, your business can qualify for some, or all of the new 20 percent deduction. You can also include income you receive on your real estate investments, real estate investment trusts (REITs), publicly traded partnerships, and qualified cooperatives. How to Determine Qualified Income for...

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2018 Tax Law Help Available in Corte Madera

The new tax overhaul passed by Congress late last month, means you’ll need to prepare for accounting changes now.

It won’t come as much of a surprise to anyone following the process, that the administration is pushing for fast implementation of the changes.  However, not everyone is certain just how to make accurate estimates to withholding so that employers don’t end up under-withholding.

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Tax Relief for North Bay Fire Victims

Firefighters are still battling to keep devastating wildfires under control in the North Bay.  Our hearts go out to the fire victims and those in the vicinity threatened by the fires. One ray of good news came from an unlikely source – the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). When the president declared the areas hit by the fires a disaster area, the IRS posted on their website the announcement of tax relief options for fire victims in these areas. Individuals and businesses in the following counties may qualify: Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Solano, Sonoma, and Yuba.