October 11, 2021

Congress Changing Retirement Stuff

There are a few sacred cows that have unwritten rules to leave alone.  One is Social Security Benefits.  Another is about 401ks.  Well, the audacity of […]
October 7, 2021

Business Vehicle Tax Breaks

Skippidy Dippity Do!  Not much better than the feel of climbing into and driving a new car or truck.  Oh, the smells, the brand-new dash, the […]
September 27, 2021

What Value Are Forest Managers?

Here goes!  I’m about to put my foot in it.  But in the immortal words of the movie, “I’m sick and tired of this and I’m […]
September 20, 2021

Wildfire Casualty Loss Deduction Explained

My heart is just sickened by all the devastation from wildfires in our area this year.  In many places, it looks like a nuclear explosion went […]
September 20, 2021

How To Boost Child Care Credit

Years ago, somebody once told me that being a grandparent will be the BEST years of your life.  I used to think, “Yeah right!  Body falling […]
September 8, 2021

What Should You Do If You Get Mail From The IRS

Last week, I discussed how messed up the IRS is right now.  To follow up on that, what should you do if you receive any correspondence […]
September 1, 2021

The IRS Is A Mess

Does this sound like good news or bad news?  The IRS is a mess.  Recently, the “National Taxpayer Advocate” Erin Collins testified before Congress that in […]
August 25, 2021

Use R&D Credit To Help Pay Payroll Taxes?

How many times have you received a phone call to inform you that your auto warranty is about to expire and then to offer you a […]
August 18, 2021

Crypto Exchanges Will Have To Start The 1099 Tattling Game

Whenever Congress decides to “fix” something, they usually make life more complicated.  Not to disappoint you, they’ve just about done it again.  Buried in the new […]