May 2, 2019

Make Use of the Zero Percent Tax Bracket – By John R. Bullis

Yes, the tax laws are complicated.  But if you plan, you can achieve some good results. For instance, the qualified dividends (paid out of profits of […]
May 2, 2019

IRS Wrong to Deny Business Meals Deduction – By John R. Bullis

The Boston Bruins hockey team provided meals (and lodging) for all team members and the support staff for games they played out-of-town. IRS audited the income […]
May 2, 2019

Keeping a Record of Business Miles – By John R. Bullis

If you use your vehicle for business driving including driving to manage and care for your rentals, the “Standard Mileage” method will give you good tax […]
January 7, 2019

Kelly’s 2019 Crystal Ball for NV Legislature – By Kelly J. Bullis

You’re either in one of three camps. Either you are ecstatic about the legislature being led in both houses by Democrats as well as having a […]
December 20, 2018

Buy Business Vehicle and Save Taxes – By John R. Bullis

IF you need a business SUV, van or crossover vehicle AND you need more tax deductions for 2018: 1. Buy and place in service by Dec. […]
December 3, 2018

How’s Your Business Doing? – By Kelly J. Bullis

Its been almost 1 year since the new Trump Tax Law / economy took effect. Have you seen your business get more busy? Are you making […]
November 28, 2018

Statute of Limitations is not Always Three Years – By John R. Bullis

The usual time IRS can audit a return is three years from the date the return is filed. However, if more than 25% of gross income […]
November 14, 2018

Divorces by Older Folks – By John R. Bullis

Divorce rates for folks over age 50 are increasing. That leaves less time to adjust and recover both financially and emotionally. Older folks may have decided […]
November 8, 2018

Tax Burden Still High For Top Earners – By Kelly J. Bullis, CPA

Well, for us tax preparers, another “Tax Season” is finally in the bag. October 15th was the big day. We’ve had fun showing all our clients […]