Monthly Archives: October 2018

TCJA and What in the World is Section 199A?

The TCJA, (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) kicked into gear for better or for worse on January 1, 2018. Last week’s blog was about its impact on individuals and 1040s. This week is about business, specifically the Section 199A Qualified … Continue reading

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The TCJA, You, and Your 1040

The TCJA, (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) kicked into gear for better or for worse on January 1, 2018. Most folks and entities will be affected one way or another. This week we are talking about the changes for individuals. … Continue reading

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Series. Part 3 of 3. Self-employed Plans: SEP IRA and SIMPLE. From The Offices Of Carol McAtee & Associates, CPAS, St Petersburg, Florida

We have talked about retirement vehicles: Traditional & Roth IRAs.  Last week we talked about a garage they can be parked in:  Employer-provided retirement plans.  In this last part of three we talk about another garage: Self-employed plans. In self-employed … Continue reading

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Series. Part 2 of 3. Employer-provided Plans: 401Ks, 403Bs, and 457Bs.

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