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2023 – 09/19 – Evaluate whether a Health Savings Account is beneficial to you

November 2, 2023
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Many employers offer Health Savings Accounts to their workers. You may also be able to open one of these tax-saving accounts through some banks and other financial institutions. Here are the basic rules.



2023 – 09/05 – Update on depreciating business assets

November 1, 2023
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Inflation has some beneficial side effects. One is that the amount of depreciation tax breaks your business can claim has increased for 2023. Here are the rules.



2023 – 09/12 – Investment swings: What’s the tax impact?

October 31, 2023
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For some investors, 2023 has been a wild ride in the stock market. How will that affect your 2023 tax bill? Here’s how to determine the tax impact.



2023 – 07/05 – That email or text from the IRS: It’s a scam!

August 25, 2023
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“Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams,” according to the IRS. The scams may come in through email, text messages, telephone calls or regular mail. Criminals regularly target both individuals and businesses and often prey on the elderly. Important: The IRS will never contact you by email, text or social media channels about a tax bill or refund. Most IRS contacts are first made through regular mail. Be on guard for any suspicious messages. Don’t open attachments or click on links. Contact us if you get an email about a tax return we prepared. You can also report suspicious emails that claim to come from the IRS at



2023 – 07/31 – The advantages of using an LLC for your small business

August 24, 2023
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If you operate your small business as a sole proprietorship, you may have thought about forming an LLC to protect your assets. Like corporate shareholders, LLC owners (or members) generally aren’t liable for the debts of the business except to the extent of their investments. So their personal assets are protected from the entity’s creditors. Plus, partnership earnings aren’t subject to an entity-level tax. Instead, they “flow through” to the owners (in proportion to their interests), are reported on the owners’ individual returns and taxed only once. To the extent the income passed through to you is qualified business income, you can claim the pass-through deduction, subject to limitations.