August 7th, 2020

Is your school districts using a hybrid and/or remote learning model this fall? You can deduct certain expenses, such as classroom supplies and training to reduce the amount of tax you owe when filing next year’s tax return. You must be a kindergarten through 12th grade teacher, instructor, counselor, principal, or aide to qualify and […]

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July 31st, 2020

The IRS issued final regulations (PDF) from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act limiting the deduction for business interest expense. For tax years beginning after December 31, 2017, business interest expense deductions are limited to the sum of: the taxpayer’s business interest income; 30 percent (or 50 percent, as applicable) of the taxpayer’s adjusted taxable […]

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July 24th, 2020

COVID-19 led to a lot of financial changes. In the midst of layoffs, the Paycheck Protection Program was established to give small business owners a way of keeping up with payroll and expenses. Additionally, stimulus checks have gone out to qualifying individuals across the country. However, there hasn’t been much talk about S-Corp tax relief. […]

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July 21st, 2020

Over the last 25 years, I have helped thousands of business owners grow and scale their businesses.  I have had the privilege of helping business coaching clients increase their revenue in a short period of time by teaching them how to create systems and controls and making smarter business choices. Unfortunately, for many business owners […]

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