By MarksNelson on January 5, 2018
By MarksNelson on December 28, 2017As most of you have probably heard, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law last Friday, December 22, 2017. We will be sending a more in-depth analysis of all the changes included in this bill in the coming weeks. While most of the changes impact tax years beginning in 2018, there are a couple of tax saving items you might consider before the end of 2017:
By MarksNelson on December 11, 2017This year is no different than past ones in terms of tax planning for individuals and the uncertainty as we await the arrival of the final tax regulations. By now, you have all heard or read about the various tax proposals issued by the House and the Senate. We do not want to be silent on the topic but also know that due to this uncertainty it is extremely difficult to plan for not only this year but future years. The planning topics listed below are based on the current tax law as of the date of this publication.
By MarksNelson on November 13, 2017As open enrollment approaches for many companies, it's a good time to refresh yourself on the rules for the deduction for self-employed health insurance.
By MarksNelson on November 13, 2017Year-end tax planning for businesses will be challenging in 2017 due to uncertainty over the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. While it is difficult to forecast the impact of tax law changes that could be made, it is important to consider techniques that are available today.
By MarksNelson on September 29, 2017President Trump outlined his plan for a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code on Wednesday. The nine-page document unveiled by the GOP includes tax relief for the middle class and small businesses, broadening the tax base, and plans to grow the economy. However, it does not provide a lot of details on how the sweeping cuts would be funded.
By MarksNelson on June 7, 2017Late Tuesday, the Kansas Legislature voted to override Governor Sam Brownback’s veto of a budget bill that includes both a tax increase and a rollback of the 2012 business tax cuts. Both are effective retroactively to January 1, 2017.
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