IRS

Wait, What? The IRS Can Ask You To Return Your Stimulus Check.

There are a few scenarios where you may be asked to give your money back.

Aman Jain

· 3 min read

The IRS Increases 2021 Contribution Limits to SEP IRAs and Solo 401(k)s for Business Owners

HSA limits increase as well, while Traditional and Roth IRA limits remain unchanged.

Mat Sorensen

· 3 min read

Tax Tips for Last-Minute E-Filers

COVID-19 means you had a few extra months to file your federal taxes this year. But that extended deadline is now just days away. If you've waited to file, here's what you need to know.

Eric Griffith

· 13 min read

IRS Plans Website to Track Stimulus Checks

Expect the 'Get My Payment' tool to launch on April 17.

Justin Herrick

· 2 min read

5 Questions Entrepreneurs Should Ask Their CPAs to Reduce Audit Risk

You don't need to approach this spring in fear of the IRS.

Tom Wheelwright

· 5 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 9

If you'd rather be taxed on your retirement savings now than later, considering converting to a Roth IRA.

Mark J. Kohler

· 8 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 8

Pre-paying expenses this year and pushing income into next year can save thousands.

Mark J. Kohler

· 6 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 7

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has allowed for amazing auto deductions from now until 2023.

Mark J. Kohler

· 9 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 6

How the HRA essentially allows you to reimburse yourself for all your health-care expenses.

Mark J. Kohler

· 5 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 4

Putting your spouse on payroll can be a wonderful strategy, or a nightmare that could cost you thousands.

Mark J. Kohler

· 7 min read

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 3

Exploring the Solo 401(k) strategy.

Mark J. Kohler

· 8 min read

Why Tax Reform Could Mean Bigger Bills for Businesses

Changes to interest expense and qualified expense deductions could mean surprises for some owners.

Kurt Piwko

· 5 min read