Category: Tax and Financial News

Taxes and Tariffs: The U.S. Response to France's Digital Tax - Mar. 01, 2020

How it All Started Back in July of 2019, France passed what was dubbed a “digital tax” targeting the largest tech companies. Impacting approximately 30 big companies such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple, the tax applies to revenues earned from digital services of companies that earn more than $830 million in total and at […] read more

When Should You Switch Your Side Hustle to a Business Entity Structure? - Feb. 01, 2020

Starting a side hustle today is easier than ever. Between the numerous websites that act as marketplaces and project jobs that can be found on the internet, almost anyone can turn a skill or hobby they have into something they can make money off. Many people who do this are just looking to make a […] read more

2020 Tax Brackets, Deductions, Plus More - Jan. 01, 2020

Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has new annual inflation adjustments for tax rates, brackets, deductions and retirement contribution limits. Note, the amounts below do not impact the tax filing you make in 2020 for the tax year 2019. These amounts apply to your 2020 taxes that you will file in 2021. […] read more

How to Defer, Avoid Paying Capital Gains Tax on Stock Sales - Dec. 01, 2019

The markets are hitting all-time highs, so if you are thinking of selling stocks now or in the near future, there is a good chance that you will have capital gains on the sale. If you’ve held the stocks for more than a year, then they will qualify for the more favorable long-term capital gains […] read more