As you or family members approach retirement years, it is important to have a basic understanding of the IRS gift giving rules. With this understanding, there are opportunities to leverage this tax law without creating a tax problem. The rules You may give up to $15,000 to any individual (donee) in 2019 and avoid any […]Read More
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“You can’t look rich to the bank and poor to the IRS at the same time” – Kevin Wrobel Everybody wants advice on how to pay less taxes. That is good advice; however, if you desire to obtain a loan or sell your business for maximum value, you don’t want your company to look like […]Read More
Doing your own tax return can save you the preparation fee of a few hundred dollars for an individual tax return. However, if you do them incorrectly, you could cost yourself thousands of dollars. If you file an incorrect tax return, you can be in for some major trouble and expense, you can pay more […]Read More
Kevin meets with at least fifty new business owners each year. He tries really hard not to get up on a soapbox about his personal opinions; however, there is one story he tells nearly every single client who is about to open their own business. Several years ago, we had a client who was struggling […]Read More
With the holidays having passed, we would like to bring up the topic of hobbies and businesses. Do you have a passion for something which you are particularly talented at? Perhaps you made candles or other homemade gifts for your loved ones during the holidays. Have you ever sold or given away any of the […]Read More
A couple that makes $75,000 a year took $50,000 out of their retirement plan to cover some expenses they had that year. When the couple took the money out of their retirement plan, the insurance company told them to withhold 15% for taxes and said that amount would cover the taxes and early withdrawal fees […]Read More