Entrepreneurs and small business owners can use these five tax tips for the self-employed to help you save the most on taxes. Making strategic purchases, automating bookkeeping, and taking advantage of deductions can all provide better personal tax returns. A tax professional like those at Stableford Capital can simplify the process and find additional ways to save.
Do you want to feel in control of your money as you head into the new year? Then it’s time to begin your year-end financial planning. Whether you are currently working and planning for the future or quickly approaching retirement, financial planning is an essential part of a year-end tasks. Q4 is a great time to review your current asset allocations, investment opportunities and taxes to set you up for a prosperous new year.
Many workers transitioned to working from home during the 2020 pandemic. Doing so may have affected their individual tax return. Workers should verify they are filing correctly based on their current state, investigate reimbursements for home offices and learn more about filing taxes if their status has changed from W-2 employee to 1099 self-employed.
You may have questions about how the changes to the tax code will affect your personal tax return this year. Some of the changes may be beneficial, while others may have some extensive effects on your return. Knowing the changes and how best to maximize your investments will smooth the way into tax planning season. Will the changes in tax code change the way you prepare your personal tax return? Here’s what you need to know as we go into tax planning season.
On the heels of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and as the new year approaches, the IRS has published changes to contribution limits for the tax year 2019, reaffirming that change is inevitable. Understanding the changes made to tax laws as they happen should be an essential part of your tax planning strategies. Stableford Capital’s tax services can help prepare you to comply with the changes and maximize the benefits of your personal tax return or business tax preparation – it’s not what you make, it’s what you keep.