Welcome to this month's edition of the Tax and Business Alert. Our goal is to provide
you with current articles on various tax and business topics. The articles are
intended to keep you up to date on trends and issues that may impact your business
and personal financial affairs. Please contact us if you have questions about any of
the issues discussed.
SUMMER TIME IS A GOOD TIME TO START PLANNING AND ORGANIZING YOUR TAXES
Starting tax planning in the summer is a good way to avoid a tax surprise when filing
next year. Also, it's a good time to set up a system to keep tax records safe and
easy to find. This article provides some tips to help get a leg up on next year's
COMBINED BUSINESS AND VACATION TRAVEL
If a business trip within the U.S. includes some vacation days, some of the expenses
can be deducted. The question is how much. This article explains how to allocate
business vs. personal expenses.
This article notes some important tax deadlines for July through September.
AVOIDING AN INADVERTENT TERMINATION OF S CORPORATION STATUS
An inadvertent termination of a company's S corporation status can mess up even the
best tax planning intentions. This article offers some important considerations and
suggestions to help avoid an inadvertent loss of the company's qualification to be
treated as an S corporation. It discusses the 100-shareholder limitation and
excessive passive investment income, among other considerations.
ROLLOVERS FROM QUALIFIED PLANS TO IRAs
Employees who quit or retire will often have to decide whether to leave their
qualified retirement plan account (e.g., 401(k) account) alone or to roll it over to
an IRA. The answer, of course, depends on the individual's specific circumstances.
This article looks at some general pros and cons to consider, involving such issues
as investment choices and creditor protection.
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