7 IRA Strategies For The End Of 2018

It’s time for IRA owners to be proactive by planning and implementing their strategies for the rest of the year. Consider these steps now and take those that are appropriate for you. Caution: Don’t wait until the last few weeks of the year to consider your actions. IRA custodians are very busy t...   Read More

Here are the best and worst states for taxes

State of residence can impact what you pay overall in taxes, especially for retirees.Some states don’t tax Social Security, while others impose no tax on retirement income from 401(k) plans, individual retirement accounts and pensions.With federal income tax rates for all taxpayers down as of ...   Read More

Meal & Entertainment Expense Deduction Explained

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has made significant changes to the deductibility of business meals and entertainment starting in 2018. At a high level, entertainment expenses are nondeductible and most meals are 50 percent deductible. Previously entertainment expenses were 50 percent deductible a...   Read More

New Jersey’s New Paid Sick Leave Law: What Employers Need to Know

New Jersey has now become the tenth state to enact a statewide mandatory paid sick leave law. The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act was signed into law today by Governor Phil Murphy and will go into effect on October 29, 2018. Once effective, it will require New Jersey employers of all sizes to provide...   Read More

How To Avoid One Of The Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes

There’s a mistake families at every level of wealth often make when they go through their estate planning process, and decide how to allocate money to their heirs and to charity. An extremely common practice is to list charities as part of a will, or revocable trust, and in many cases (perhaps...   Read More