Tax paperwork with glasses and magnifying glass

Every year, the IRS releases the “dirty dozen” scams, highlighting some of the most popular tax scams that are out there. We typically see a rise in these scams around tax season, but thanks to the pandemic, they have been increasingly frequent. By being aware of these scams, you can protect not only yourself but… Read More

Father and son walking through the park

Happy August! If you have any kids or teenagers in your life, you’re acutely aware that the 2021-2022 school year has already started or is soon to begin which means that a qualified tuition program, or 529 plan, may be fresh on your mind. Whether you’re already contributing to the plan for private tuition or… Read More

Man and woman standing in airport for business trip

It’s safe to say business travel has been extremely limited since March of 2020. As restrictions ease, more and more businesses are ready to get back on the road – and that means we’ll start getting more questions about how to write off a business trip and what exactly can be deducted. What Qualifies as… Read More

Man typing on calculator with pencil in hand

Taxes are inevitable, and while both small and large corporations follow the same general guidelines, there are many caveats that change the way businesses approach taxes. One of the biggest factors is profit. Every company, no matter the size, is looking for ways to capitalize on benefits and deduct where they can. To assist businesses,… Read More