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  • FAQs about Home Office Deductions
    FAQs about Home Office Deductions

    In the past, home office deductions were available to a wide range of taxpayers, including certain employees who worked from home. But the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has effectively eliminated home ...

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  • Estate Planning for Personal Property: Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff
    Estate Planning for Personal Property: Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff

    When planning their estates, most people focus on major assets, such as business interests, real estate, investments and retirement plans. But it's also important to "sweat the small stuff" — tangible ...

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  • Give Away Your Potential Tax Liability
    Give Away Your Potential Tax Liability

    You spend a lifetime accumulating a large estate. But without careful planning, Uncle Sam will knock on the door after you die and vastly reduce the wealth passed onto your heirs. After a temporary ...

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  • Get Real: New ID Requirements for U.S. Travel
    Get Real: New ID Requirements for U.S. Travel

    Soon you may not be able to pass through security checkpoints at your local airport using your current form of identification, even if you're just flying domestically. The crackdown is aimed at U.S. ...

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  • What Employers Should Know about HSAs
    What Employers Should Know about HSAs

    Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are a tax-smart way to cover an individual's uninsured medical expenses. Your business can set up HSAs for qualifying employees. Then the business can fully or partially ...

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  • Lease Business Property to Your C Corporation
    Lease Business Property to Your C Corporation

    It's generally not a good idea for a closely held C corporation to own assets with high appreciation potential. A classic example is real estate. If your corporation owns property, it's likely the ...

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