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Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (01/16/2022) The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), which was signed into law on November 15, 2021, includes two provisions affecting the reporting of transactions involving digital assets, including cryptocurrency, for U.S. taxpayers. The first provision expands information reporting requirements (Form 1099-B filings) [...]

2022-01-17T05:49:10-05:00January 17, 2022|

How will revised tax limits affect your 2022 taxes?

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (01/14/2022) While Congress didn’t pass the Build Back Better Act in 2021, there are still tax changes that may affect your tax situation for this year. That’s because some tax figures are adjusted annually for inflation. If you’re like most people, you’re probably more [...]

2022-01-14T15:32:38-05:00January 14, 2022|

Defer tax with a like-kind exchange

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (01/07/2022) Do you want to sell commercial or investment real estate that has appreciated significantly? One way to defer a tax bill on the gain is with a Section 1031 “like-kind” exchange where you exchange the property rather than sell it. With real estate [...]

2022-01-13T14:26:07-05:00January 11, 2022|

Form 1099 Filing Requirements and New Changes for 2021

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (12/29/2021) As the year-end approaches, we wanted to provide you with some reminders regarding Form 1099 filing requirements for 2021. Form 1099 Reporting Requirements It is important to prepare and issue 1099s to the recipients, and file them to the IRS by the deadline. [...]

2021-12-30T07:00:09-05:00December 30, 2021|

Have you named contingent beneficiaries?

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (12/29/2021) Although your will or revocable trust governs the distribution of many or most of your assets, certain assets — such as retirement plans, insurance policies, and bank or brokerage accounts — require you to name a beneficiary (or beneficiaries). This can be an [...]

2021-12-29T12:00:50-05:00December 29, 2021|

Providing a company car? Here’s how taxes are handled

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (11/22/2021) The use of a company vehicle is a valuable fringe benefit for owners and employees of small businesses. This perk results in tax deductions for the employer as well as tax breaks for the owners and employees using the cars. (And of course, they [...]

2021-12-22T14:33:00-05:00December 22, 2021|

Are You Ready for 2021 Year-End Tax Planning for Your Business?

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (11/23/2021) As the U.S. entered 2021, many assumed that newly elected President Joe Biden along with Democratic majorities in the House and Senate would swiftly enact tax increases on both corporations and individuals to pay for the cost of proposed new infrastructure and social [...]

2021-12-09T14:11:07-05:00November 24, 2021|

Why a gifting strategy still matters

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (11/20/2021) The IRS recently announced next year’s cost-of-living adjustment amounts. For 2022, the federal gift and estate tax exemption has cracked the $12 million mark: $12.06 million to be exact. Arguably more notable, the annual gift tax exemption has increased by $1,000 to $16,000 [...]

2021-12-17T11:11:45-05:00November 23, 2021|

2021 Individual Year-End Tax Planning

Newburg | CPA Tax Brief (11/19/2021) As the year-end approaches and we look forward to 2022, individuals should be reviewing their situations to identify any opportunities for reducing, deferring, or accelerating tax obligations. Specifically, taxpayers should be considering the tax reform provisions that remain and that are expiring from [...]

2021-12-09T12:20:17-05:00November 19, 2021|
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