199A Deduction – Big Change for Small Business Owners Two-hundred-forty-seven pages later, we have one large IRS document and a whole lot of questions. For small business owners, 199A deductions are complex. Do you fall into the 95 percent of small business owners covered? When do 199A deductions expire? What are the income ranges? Learn more about 199A deductions and how you might be affected in our infographic.Read More
Financial planning for a small business gets more complicated every day. Business owners must navigate tax efficiency (and life under the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act), retirement preparations for yourself and your employees, and succession planning. Get your financial plan in place today and prepare for what tomorrow brings with our guide to financial planning for small business owners.
Published by: Tyler Henderson, Senior Advisor My hope in writing this is to help provide some healthy habits that will not only help the mental and physical state of one’s personal life but are highly coordinated to the efficiency in your professional life.Read More
In the recent past, many professionals have resorted to setting their retirement fund on autopilot, expecting it to deliver the returns they may need after they bow out of their careers. However, it has become quite evident that the “set it and forget it” mentality of investing is not only detrimental to the potential of the investment but can lead to fewer returns than expected.Read More
Between squeaky new shoes, fresh pencils, packs of index cards, trendy new backpacks and other learning supplies, back-to-school shopping in the U.S. is expected to exceed $27 billion this year – about $510 per household. That’s a lot of Trapper Keepers.Read More
I have always loved the feeling of summer. Once Memorial Day celebrations kick off, the atmosphere seems to relax. Sunshine, water and sunscreen seem to be everyone’s focus. Long, warm nights are filled with the sounds of lawn mowers and children laughing.Read More