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Paying the Price for Vice: The Evolving Landscape of Excise Taxes in America - Jan. 01, 2021

Paying the Price for Vice: The Evolving Landscape of Excise Taxes in AmericaWhile excise or vice taxes have long been a part of the American tax landscape related to alcohol and cigarettes, the recent invention of vaping and legalization of marijuana and other substances is changing the landscape. What Are Excise Taxes? Excise taxes are taxes on specific types of consumable products such as alcohol or tobacco […] read more

COVID-19 Vaccination Considerations for Employers - Jan. 01, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination Considerations for EmployersLooking at a 2009 letter from the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), employers may be able to require their employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine, with a few exceptions (such as the likelihood of a life-threatening reaction to it). With the COVID-19 vaccine being rolled out, how can employers balance […] read more

What To Know About Filing For Bankruptcy - Jan. 01, 2021

What To Know About Filing For BankruptcyAbout one million Americans file for personal bankruptcy each year, with one in 10 households having filed at some point. Given the loss of jobs, reduced income, and the coronavirus recession in 2020, those numbers could increase this year if the economic recovery is not both swift and omnipresent. There are two main types of […] read more

Deciding if a Roth IRA Conversion is For You - Jan. 01, 2021

Deciding if a Roth IRA Conversion is For YouRoth IRAs can be a powerful tax tool, but they are often misunderstood and misused. Investment income in Roth IRAs compound tax-free and most distributions are tax-free as well. Another benefit is that there are no required minimum distributions (RMDs) throughout the original owner’s life. Long-term Roth distributions are tax-free to the beneficiaries who inherit […] read more

2021 Social Security Tax and Benefit Increases Announced - Dec. 01, 2020

The Social Security Administration recently announced 2021 increases to both benefits and the taxable wage base for FICA taxes. Increases Announced for 2021 Workers are facing a 3.7 percent increase in the taxable wage base subject to Social Security taxes, increasing the amount from $137,700 up to $142,800. This means high earners who make as much […] read more