Tag Archives: TCJA

Getting To That 20%

Perhaps the biggest change to your business and individual taxes is the Section 199A, Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBID). Your complimentary trip down Memory Lane (aka link to a Carol McAtee archived blog) –  TCJA and What in the World … Continue reading

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Make That Kid Work For You. Part 2 of 2. No Kidding, The Kiddie Tax

Last week we broke the news that according to the Department of Agriculture, with middle-class income of $59,200-$107,000, it is going to cost you a whopping $233,610! to raise that kid until the age of 17. Families with lower incomes … Continue reading

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We are, After All, IRS Customers

Here’s what’s up! The IRS is patting its own back on how great they did customer service-wise during the 2017 tax season. The reviews are mixed but today’s blog is to introduce the IRS’ customer service platforms, should you need … Continue reading

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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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Meals & Entertainment – 2018 & Beyond: From The Offices Of Carol McAtee & Associates, CPAS, St Petersburg, Florida

This week we are talking about two of our favorite things:  Meals and Entertainment.  Who doesn’t love good food and good fun?  We certainly do!                               … Continue reading

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