Newsletter – November 17, 2021

 


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Do You Need a Forensic Accountant?

Forensic accountants can value a business as well as calculate losses and potential legal damages. Might they be able to help you? Click through to learn when you need to employ a forensic accountant and how forensic accounting works.






What Taxes Do Businesses Have To Pay?

If you’re running a business, you don’t only have to worry about your own personal taxes. You have to concern yourself with your company’s taxes as well. Click through for an introduction to business taxes.


Taxes and the Small Business Retirement Plan

If you’re offering a retirement plan, whether it’s just to yourself in a one-person operation or to any employees, you need to know the tax consequences. Click through for an overview of tax rules as we enter tax season.






Alimony and Taxes in the Post-TCJA World

What you think you know about taxes and divorce may be wrong. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed the rules and whether you’re paying or receiving, you need to know the details. Click through for guidance on the tax situation surrounding alimony.

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