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Benefits of a Living Trust for Your Estate
You’ve probably heard that you should avoid probate in estate planning. But what does that mean and how is it done?
If You’re Married, Ensure That You and Your Spouse Coordinate Your Estate Plans
Have you coordinated your estate plan with your spouse’s?
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Are Tax-advantaged Savings Accounts Funded with Pretax Dollars.
An HSA must be coupled with a high-deductible health plan (HDHP). The HSA contribution amounts and the minimum HDHP deductibles will increase in 2024.
Achieving the Right Balance of Working Capital
Do you know the three keys to lowering your company’s working capital requirements?
In a New Court Case, The IRS Disallowed Claims for an S Corporation's "Qualified Research Expenses" and Issued a Deficiency
The IRS asserted that the taxpayers failed the business component test under Code Sec. 41.
Don’t Overlook These Two Essential Estate Planning Strategies
Does your estate plan take advantage of two of the most popular planning strategies available?
The IRS Clarifies What Counts as Qualified Medical Expenses
Can you deduct a gym membership as a medical expense on your tax return? What about nutritional supplements? The IRS recently answered these and other questions.
QuickBooks 2020 End Of Life
QuickBooks Desktop 2020 Products and QuickBooks Point of Sale are being discontinued. What does this mean for you?  
Including Bonuses and Other Incentives in Overtime Calculations
Does your organization pay overtime to eligible employees? If so, be sure you’re familiar with the types of bonuses and incentives to include in the calculation.
Keeping in Compliance with Uniform Guidance
Government grants usually come with certain obligations. Here’s what you need to know to help ensure your nonprofit complies with Uniform Guidance rules for recipients of federal funds.
Avoiding Challenges to Your Estate Plan
Take these action steps now to minimize the chance of a will contest and increase the chance of family harmony after your death.
There’s a Favorable “Stepped-up Basis” if You Inherit Property
If you’ve inherited assets or you’re planning your estate, it’s crucial to understand the “step-up” basis rules.

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