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You’re never too old for a business plan

Jun 21, 2024

Even if your business is established and on solid ground, don’t overlook the potential value of a detailed business plan.

From C to S: Is your corporation ready?

Jun 18, 2024

There are several factors to consider when converting from a C corporation to an S corporation. Here are four of the tax issues you may face.

Selling mutual funds has consequences

Jun 14, 2024

Investing in mutual funds is popular, but selling shares may result in complicated tax matters. Here are the rules.

Reverse mortgage appeal rises with home value

Jun 7, 2024

If you’re 62 or older and own a highly appreciated house, a reverse mortgage may provide a way to stay in the home for your lifetime, gain extra income, and receive a tax-saving bonus.

Tax rules vary when hobby becomes business

May 17, 2024

There are a number of different hobbies that some taxpayers turn into businesses. Here’s how they can protect tax breaks on their tax returns.

Outsourcing options to consider for dental practices

May 13, 2024

Comprehensive financial reporting often isn’t a priority for many dental practices, but it’s a growing necessity in a competitive marketplace.

Rules expanded for OT, noncompete agreements

May 7, 2024

New federal rules regarding overtime pay and noncompete agreements have recently been approved.

IRS extends relief for inherited IRAs

May 1, 2024

If you’ve inherited an IRA, you need to know about the latest IRS guidance.

The journey to 2025 tax reform begins

Apr 29, 2024

Two members of Congress recently announced the formation of 10 committee tax teams, each of which will address key tax provisions from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that are set to expire in 2025.

"We saved one client $700,000 using R&D credits — credits that the company’s previous CPA told them they were not eligble to claim. We stay on top of the latest tax laws to help clients reduce their taxes.”

Mark Patterson, KraftCPAs Tax Services

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