General Tax

If you’re buying a business, the way the transaction is structured can lead to better or worse tax results, but you need to plan in advance of the acquisition.
There are several financial and legal implications when adding a new partner to a partnership. Although the entry of a new partner may seem simple, you should plan properly to avoid tax problems.
The IRS's latest notice suspends RMDs for some inherited IRAs in 2024, offering beneficiaries a financial breather. Find out if you qualify for this waiver and how it affects your tax obligations.
Unsure whether to set up voluntary withholding for your social security payments? Read more to see how voluntary withholding can help spread your tax liability over the year and make budgeting simpler.
Downsizing in retirement isn't just about reducing living expenses—it can also be a strategic move toward financial security. Understand how your home's appreciation impacts your taxes and discover strategies to reduce your tax burden.
Explore the impact of a recent legal shift that broadens the scope of self-employment taxes, including limited partners and gig workers. Learn how everyday activities could land you in the self-employment tax bracket and how to avoid potential penalties.
If you operate a business, or you’re starting a new one, carefully recording legitimate business expenses is important to be able to claim all the tax deductions to which you’re entitled.
Conduct a financial reset using the SMART framework to prepare financially for the future. Learn about strategies for debt repayment, evaluating your emergency fund, and early tax planning.
PODCAST: It’s time for a health check: is your business in good shape financially? In this episode of Q&A Over Coffee, we sit down with Olsen Thielen COO Julie Walker to dive into the components that determine the financial wellness of your business.
The IRS has issued a warning against companies misrepresenting personal wellness and nutrition expenses as medical expenses. Understand the potential tax implications and how to use your health spending accounts responsibly.
Your business should generally maximize current year depreciation write-offs for newly acquired assets. Two federal tax breaks can help achieve this goal: first-year Section 179 depreciation deductions and first-year bonus depreciation deductions.
Understand the IRS's new e-filing system for Form 8300, designed to simplify the reporting of cash payments over $10,000. Learn who must file, the e-filing requirements, and how to apply for a waiver if e-filing is challenging for your business.
VIDEO: The IRS has issued clear warnings about its increased scrutiny of high-net-worth individuals, especially those using risky tactics to reduce tax obligations. This video provides strategies for optimizing your financial situation while staying within the bounds of the law. 
Holding companies offer benefits such as tax efficiency, liability protection, and privacy, but they also present challenges and complexity. This article provides an overview of what holding companies are, how they work, and their pros and cons.
PODCAST: From phone calls to phishing emails to fraudulent tax preparers – scams are only becoming more sophisticated every year. Check out this episode to ensure you never become a victim of one of these nefarious scams. 
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