Taxes are like science, and they get more challenging every year as the IRS dramatically changes rules and tax codes for both businesses and individuals. In order to achieve the best results (lower tax obligations), it’s necessary to create a strategic plan that optimizes all of the credits and deductions that are available.
The professionals at J. Nick Leitch and Company have spent decades helping families, businesses of all types, nonprofits, and other organizations to develop these plans and ensure that they stay in compliance with ever-changing tax laws at the federal and state level. And we are experts at serving those who need to report taxes to multiple states.
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Was your 2016 Schedule A, line 9 close to or in excess of $10,000 ?
For most of our clients and friends the answer is YES.
An item that you may have control over as 2017 comes to a close are taxes paid.
The new tax law will limit your deduction on state, local, personal property and real estate tax to $10,000 in 2018 and forward. This...
There is still time to make moves to reduce your 2017 tax bill, but the final curtain is quickly closing. There is much debate over potential health care legislation and tax reform in Washington, DC, but major changes have yet to occur. This means any tax reform is likely to take center stage in 2018. Until then consider the following strategies:
As many as 143 million Americans were exposed in this most recent hack. They reported it to the public in September but discover the hack on July 29th. Why the delay?
The theft obtained consumers' names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, driver's license numbers. Such sensitive information can be enough for crooks to hijack the identities...