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Tax Benefits for Business Vehicles: How depreciation affects your actual out-of-pocket costs
By Javier Goldin on July 19, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has plenty of good news for small businesses and their owners, including a very favorable first-year depreciation break for vehicles used for business....

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Estimated Tax Payments: How they are calculated and why you should pay them
By Javier Goldin on June 13, 2018

After wrapping up the 2019 tax season, there were some consistent themes for questions and areas of clarification amongst our clients. One that we’ll talk about here today is the...

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2018 Tax Reform Impact on Meals, Entertainment, & Travel
By Javier Goldin on May 10, 2018

We have all heard about the new tax reform law that went into affect in 2018 but now that we've put our 2017 tax year behind us, do we actually know how the new tax reform is going to...

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The Three Financial Statements
By Javier Goldin on April 2, 2018

Does it seem like your agency is making less money than what your income statements are reporting? Having a hard time tracking where all your money is going throughout the month? While the...

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NOTICE: What Insurance Agents Need to Know About Their S-Corp Structure
By Javier Goldin on January 22, 2018

Are you incorporated? Do you have an LLC filing as an S-Corporation? Did you setup your S-Corporation as a pass-through entity? There has been a recent IRS ruling that impacts the way...

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Tax Reform: What Insurance Agents Need to Know - NOW!
By Javier Goldin on December 27, 2017

A Review of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – What You Need to Know, Now. We've separated our recommendations based on the new tax reform law based upon taxes for individuals and taxes for...

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What's the difference between a 50% and 100% meal expense?
By Javier Goldin on December 8, 2017

Did you know that some of your business meals are 100% deductible? No?! Well hopefully you know that the majority of your business meals are at least 50% deductible! If both of these are...

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Expenses you can NOT deduct from your taxable income
By Javier Goldin on November 21, 2017

We all want to mnimize our tax burden as much as possible, but there are some expenses that, while you think they might be for the business, they are absolute no-go's from an IRS...

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