Individuals age 70.5 or over—who must withdraw annual required minimum distributions (RMDs) from their IRAs—will be pleased to learn that the temporary provision allowing taxpayers...Read More
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Take Advantage of the IRA-to-Charity Provision
February 11, 2016
2015 Transition Relief under the Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions
February 9, 2016
Under the Affordable Care Act, certain employers – referred to as applicable large employers (ALEs) – are subject to the employer shared responsibility provisions, which require...Read More
Better to Sell or Trade a Business Vehicle?
February 4, 2016
From time to time business owners will replace vehicles used in their business. When replacing a business vehicle, the tax ramifications are different when selling the old vehicle and...Read More
Not All Home Mortgage Interest Is Deductible; The IRS is Watching
February 2, 2016
One of the current IRS audit initiatives is checking to see if taxpayers are deducting too much home equity debt interest. Generally, taxpayers are allowed to deduct the interest on...Read More