CalSavers Deadline is Approaching for California Employers

The CalSavers retirement savings program was first signed into law in 2016 for private sector workers whose employers do not already offer a retirement plan. Employers who already offer a retirement plan are exempt from this requirement. Continue Reading CalSavers Deadline is Approaching for California Employers

Proposed Regs for Inherited IRAs Bring Unwelcome Surprises

The SECURE Act nixed the “stretch IRA” and replaced it with a new 10-year rule on inherited IRAs. However, subsequent IRS guidance has created confusion about when certain beneficiaries must begin taking distributions. Continue Reading Proposed Regs for Inherited IRAs Bring Unwelcome Surprises

 Businesses May Receive Notices About Information Returns That Don’t Match IRS Records

If your business has independent contractors or makes other payments to customers or others, you probably file 1099 forms with the IRS. The tax agency is currently sending out notices about these forms to some taxpayers. Continue Reading  Businesses May Receive Notices About Information Returns That Don’t Match IRS Records

Important News for California Pass Through Entities: PTE Payment Due June 15

California enacted Assembly Bill 150 (“AB 150”) in 2021 as a method for deducting state and local taxes in excess of federal deduction limitations. Continue Reading Important News for California Pass Through Entities: PTE Payment Due June 15

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CFO, Yes or No? Here’s How to Decide

If your nonprofit’s budget is growing and your executives are struggling to juggle financial responsibilities, it may be time to hire a CFO. Learn about what these executives do and what to look for in a candidate. Continue Reading CFO, Yes or No? Here’s How to Decide

Tax Considerations When Adding a New Partner at Your Business

If you’re looking for a new partner to add to your partnership, you may think the hard part is over once you find the right person. But there may be tax challenges ahead. Continue Reading Tax Considerations When Adding a New Partner at Your Business

Once You File Your Tax Return, Consider These 3 Issues

Once your 2021 tax return has been filed, there still may be some issues to consider. Many people have questions about how to find their refund status, which records can be thrown out and when to file amended tax returns. Continue Reading Once You File Your Tax Return, Consider These 3 Issues

Selling Mutual Fund Shares: What Are the Tax Implications?

Selling mutual fund shares involves many complex factors. Here are the basic rules. Continue Reading Selling Mutual Fund Shares: What Are the Tax Implications?

The Tax Rules of Renting Out Your Vacation Property

Summer is just around the corner. If you’re fortunate enough to own a vacation home, you may wonder about the tax consequences of renting it out for part of the year. Continue Reading The Tax Rules of Renting Out Your Vacation Property