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28
Jun

New Variations on Long Running Tax Scams

The IRS specifically warning about two new variations on existing, long-running tax-related scams. One of the scams tries to gather personally identifiable information related to Social Security numbers (SSN), while another threatens people with a fake tax bill. In what …

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24
Jun

Examining the Changes in Retirement

Here are eight major aspects worth examining from the SECURE Act: 1. Increase Small Employer Access to Retirement Plans This will essentially allow small employers to come together to set up and offer 401(k) plans with less fiduciary liability concern …

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14
Jun

IRS Released New Draft Form W-4

After pushback from taxpayers and tax professionals, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) promised to revisit form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. The IRS issued a statement confirming that “the Treasury Department and the IRS will incorporate important changes into a new …

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12
Jun

3 Ways to Boost your 401(k) Savings

You could easily shop for bargain-basement fees in your individual retirement account (IRA) or small-company plan. There’s plenty of competition and it is hard not to save. Here are three easy ways to save: 1) Invest in Low-Cost Index Funds. They …

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10
Jun

Think Twice About Deferring Taxable Income Past 2020

Taking steps to defer your current individual federal income-tax bill is often a good idea, However, in today’s federal income tax environment, you could potentially have “too much” deferral. Here are the two biggest reasons why that could happen. Future …

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