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President Biden’s 2024 budget proposal includes a variety of changes that could impact taxes for both individuals and businesses.
Higher costs for labor and materials are still putting a chill on profitability for many construction companies. These eight steps might seem simple, but overlooking just one could cost you money.
Purchasing a heavy SUV could provide a more generous tax break than a smaller vehicle for business owners.
If you want to help ensure your financial security in retirement, saving now is one of the best moves you can make. You might even have time to contribute to an IRA or SEP and save on your 2022 tax return.
If you’re a parent, you know that raising a family is expensive. Fortunately, there’s a federal child tax credit that can help you with the expenses if you know the latest rules.
With Republicans and Democrats splitting control of Congress after the midterm election, prospective tax legislation faces an uncertain path.
Breaking into a retirement plan before age 59½ may result in a penalty tax. But there are exceptions. Here are the rules, along with what happened to one taxpayer who tried to avoid the penalty because he had diabetes.
Higher inflation has led to increased adjustments to certain tax provisions. Here’s how much your employees can contribute to a 401(k) and an HSA this year, as well as other important business tax amounts.
Every business can be an innovator. The research tax credit is a way to reward that innovation, and it comes with an intriguing feature related to payroll taxes.
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