With the future of Social Security uncertain and company pension plans being cut back, careful management of your 401(k) becomes very important. Here are some basic guidelines to help you make the most of your 401(k) investments.
From cash flow management and profit enhancement to strategic and succession planning, we can help you and your business work “on” your business rather than “in” your business itself.
Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) is a central term in the IRS vocabulary. Can you provide a working definition of the term? Doing so is often the starting point for effective tax planning.
Do you own a traditional IRA, SEP-IRA, SIMPLE IRA, Keogh plan, 401(k) plan, or 403(b) plan? If so, you’ll have to start taking distributions when you reach age 70. If you don’t, you’ll forfeit 50% of the amount you should have taken but did not. Learn more on our latest blog!
Health savings accounts can be used to build tax-sheltered nest eggs that can pay out-of-pocket medical expenses with tax-free dollars. Learn more about the two requirements you need to qualify for an HSA and other details on our latest blog post!
Identity theft is reaching all-time levels. How can you protect your Social Security number from being stolen? Details outlined on our latest “Tax Tip of the Week”!
Estate planning can be a difficult subject, but a solid estate plan ensures that all of your desires are conveyed to your loved ones after you’re gone. Here are a few basic documents you should consider including in your estate plan, detailed in our latest Baker Holtz blog post!
The Child and Dependent Care Credit can be used to offset summer time care expenses for your qualifying dependents. These expenses don’t just include sending your kids to daycare while you work. Here is what you need to know.
Have you been recently married, divorced, or lost a spouse? A change in marital status should prompt a review of financial matters, but at such a time it is easy to overlook the details. On our latest blog, read up on a few suggestions to ensure your finances are still in check!
Want to ensure your refund gets to you in the shortest amount of time? Want to avoid a letter from the IRS? Here are some of the most common tax filing mistakes to avoid!
Effectively using your investment losses can make a big impact in your taxable income. Why? These losses could offset income that is barely taxed, or it could offset income taxed at 39.6% or higher! Here are some ideas to make those losers into winners on your tax return.