Did you purchase goods or services to aid the business that you worked for during the year? If so, did your employer reimburse you for this out-of-pocket expense? If not, you may be eligible to deduct these costs (hereinafter referred to as Unreimbursed Employee Expenses) as an itemized deduction on your income tax return. Read […]
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In 2015, the federal estate tax exemption is $5.43 million. With little planning, a married couple can pass up to $10.86 million worth of assets to heirs, so no estate tax will be due. Those numbers will increase in the future with inflation. With such a large exemption, you may think that estate tax planning […]
Please be aware that we mailed the 2015 tax organizers on January 22, 2016. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information reflected in this document, or if we can assist you in compiling your tax information, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you are not an existing client of the […]
When filing individual income tax returns, you have the option to itemize deductions or take the standard deduction. For 2015, the standard deduction amounts are as follows: Filing Status Standard Deduction Amount Single $ 6,300 Married Filing Jointly $ 12,600 Head of Household $ 9,250 While taking the standard deduction […]