Blog January 17, 2018

How Will I Know?

In 2012, the singer Whitney Houston died suddenly, drowning in a hotel bathroom after years of battling drug addiction. Yet the world will always treasure her musical legacy. The Guinness Book of World Records reports that she was the most awarded female artist of all time, with two Emmys, six Grammys, 30 Billboard Music Awards, and 22 […]

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Blog January 10, 2018

NFL Playoffs: Blue States Versus Red

NFL playoffs have begun, and Wild Card Week featured some real competition. On Saturday, the red-state Tennessee Titans barbecued the red-state Kansas City Chiefs, 22-21, and the red-state Atlanta Falcons defeated the blue-state Los Angeles Rams, 26-13. On Sunday, the purple-state Jacksonville Jaguars pounced on the blue-state Buffalo Bills, 10-7, and the red-state New Orleans Saints marched […]

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Blog January 3, 2018

He’s Mister Tax Miser

Welcome to 2018! New Years’ always brings changes to taxes. Key numbers, like tax brackets, standard deductions, personal exemptions, and qualified plan contribution limits, all roll over on January 1. But this year brings more change than any year since 1987. Washington has just passed a sweeping overhaul of the entire tax code, from working […]

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Blog January 3, 2018

THE TAX CUT & JOBS ACT: Business Changes

We thought it prudent to list the tax law changes specific to businesses separate from the changes to individuals.  Please review our previous blog post indicating all the other changes for 2018.  While there are also provisions for very large corporations, we have not included them here. CORPORATION TAX RATE Reduced to flat 21%, was […]

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