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Go Green, Save Green

Tax Breaks for Saving Energy Earth Day is April 22. This occasion reminds us to consider implementing changes to help reduce the amount of energy we consume. But “going green” isn’t just good for the Earth — certain energy-saving expenditures also may qualify for generous tax breaks that are good for your pocketbook, too. Here…

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Got Bitcoin? Virtual Currency Complicates Tax Reporting

Bitcoin has been around for nearly a decade. But the tax rules related to “virtual currency” are still evolving. In fact, some Bitcoin investors may be in for a surprise when they file their 2017 returns. Tax matters will become even more complicated for 2018 returns because relevant provisions of the new tax law (the…

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More Families Eligible for 2018 Child Credit

Good News! More Families May Be Eligible for the Child Credit in 2018 The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which was signed into law on December 22, 2017, made significant changes to the child credit. This credit is generally available to taxpayers with children under the age of 17, but the new law adds…

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Employers Adapting to New Tax Changes

Survey: Employers Adapt Quickly to Withholding Tax Changes Most employers had no problems meeting the February 15, 2018, deadline to begin using the 2018 federal income tax withholding tables, which reflect changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). However, many employees question how the TCJA will affect them. Those are findings of…

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Is a PTO Bank a Good Idea?

Have You Considered a PTO Bank for Your Company? Paid time off (PTO) policies aren’t new. The basic concept is to allot employees a fixed number of days into a PTO “bank” for which they can be paid while not working, without designating the time off as sick leave, vacation, or personal days. A 2016…

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