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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.
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.
This article by Fafinski Mark & Johnson, P.A. explores the details of Minnesota’s new Digital Fair Repair Act going into effect on July 1, 2024. This new law will require manufacturers of any products that are sold in Minnesota, and that function using electronic elements, to provide parts, information, and
The quest for skilled laborers in the manufacturing sector continues. Where can manufacturers turn to fill open positions? One option can also provide substantial tax savings: Hire workers that qualify for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC).
The qualified business income, QBI deduction, is available to eligible businesses through 2025. After that, it’s scheduled to disappear unless Congress acts to extend it. So make the most of the tax break while it’s still on the books.
Even if your startup business has little or no income tax liability, you may be eligible for a payroll tax credit election for increasing R&D activities. This tax break got better under the Inflation Reduction Act.
For manufacturers, as certain provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) begin to phase out, other tax laws, including the Inflation Reduction Act and the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors Act, have begun to kick in.
Your employee value proposition (EVP), refers to everything employees appreciate about the company. Survey your workers to learn what they value the most to help retain and attract employees and address labor shortages.
Businesses have two accounting methods to figure their taxable income: cash and accrual. Many businesses have a choice of which method to use for tax purposes.
Identity theft occurs when someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal information, such as their name, Social Security number, credit card accounts, or other confidential data, and uses it to commit financial fraud or engage in other criminal activities while impersonating the victim.
In 2024, manufacturers purchasing equipment and other tangible property may be able to save taxes by claiming Section 179 expensing and first-year bonus depreciation.
VIDEO: If you're a business owner who mistakenly claimed the Employee Retention Credit, find out how the new IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program can help you rectify the situation. Discover the eligibility criteria, benefits, and application process in our informative video.
For many employees, the use of a company car is a cherished perk. But before you hand over the keys, make sure you understand the rules that apply to a company car and taxes.
The IRS has announced various federal inflation-adjusted rates.  Here’s a rundown of the amounts that are most likely to affect small businesses and their owners.
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