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Usually the increases in retirement plan contribution limits are not very interesting or news worthy. With the new tax law changes, however, you need to pay special attention to them for tax planning in your small business. For more information on the New Tax Law, read this article. Because of the new 20% deduction for… Read More


Many changes in the new tax law require Oklahoma Small Businesses to revisit their planning.  One of the under utilized provisions of the tax code provides a powerful tax planning strategy, but now their are new restrictions. Like-Kind Exchanges IRC Section 1031 allows certain transactions to not be taxes, potentially permanently.  Otherwise known as “Like-Kind… Read More


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The recent tax law changes changed the treatment of business losses for most Oklahoma small businesses.  Prior to 2018, net operating losses (NOL’s) could be carried back 2 years or forward 20 years to offset income.  The new law eliminates the ability to carry back the losses to prior years.  Additionally, there is now no… Read More


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I recently posted an overview of the changes for small business in the recent tax law. We’ve delved into the detail a little more, and have an update with some thoughts on strategies going forward: Estate Taxes The basic exclusion for estate and gift taxes was raised to $10 million per person, but revert back… Read More


The deadline for turbo charging your tax deduction for next year is quickly approaching. Small businesses with existing SIMPLE IRA accounts have until November 1st to notify their employees of changes for the new year. IRS rules prohibit small businesses from having a SIMPLE IRA and a 401k in the same tax year, so if… Read More


Even taxpayers who try to stay on top of filing can find themselves unable to complete their returns by the deadline. Fortunately, qualifying taxpayers can file for an IRS extension and so avoid any late fees or penalties. Filing an Extension If you need more time to track down missing tax documentation or had an… Read More


A tax audit is a term used to describe the IRS’s examination of a particular tax return. During a tax audit, IRS employees closely examine a taxpayer’s income and deductions to ensure that they are accurate. There are three main types of tax audits: mail audits, office audits, and field audits. Mail Audits Mail audits… Read More


People often choose to work part-time because they are students, they have multiple jobs, or because they are simply unable to find a full-time job. While this can make paying taxes more difficult, there are a few simple steps that can help substantially lower a qualifying part-time employee’s taxable income. Earned Income Tax Credit The… Read More


Filing taxes can be intimidating, especially for the first time filer, so if you have questions about the process of tax preparation, it is critical to contact an experienced financial management team who can walk you through the process. Filing Requirements Before beginning the filing process, a potential taxpayer must determine whether he or she… Read More


Filing taxes requires access to information from a number of different sources, so it is crucial to keep track of these documents throughout the year. Failing to provide the correct information can have serious consequences, so if you have questions about what records you need to file your taxes, it is critical to speak with… Read More