November 2017
  1. IRS Releases 2018 Contribution and Benefit Limits

    The IRS has released the cost-of-living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for retirement plans for tax year 2018. The elective deferral limit for employees participating in 401(k), 403(b), most 457 plans, and the federal government’s Thrift Savings Plan is increased to $18,500. The elective deferral “catch-up” amount for those age 50 or older remains at $6,000. The maximum defined contribution limit under Code Section 415(c)(1)(A) for each participant is increased to $55,000 for plan years ending in 2018. The annual compensation limit is increased to $275,000 for plan years beginning in 2018. Please contact us if you would like additional information.

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April 2016
  1. IRS Warns of Phone Scam

    The IRS is warning the public about a phone scam that targets people across the nation. Callers claiming to be from the IRS tell intended victims they owe taxes and must pay using a pre-paid debit card or wire transfer. The scammers threaten those who refuse to pay with arrest, deportation or loss of a business or driver’s license. – The callers who commit this fraud often: – Use common names and fake IRS badge numbers. – Know the last four digits of the victim’s Social Security number. – Make caller ID appear as if the IRS is calling. – […]

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  2. IRS Releases Inflation-adjusted HSA Figures for 2017

    IRS Releases Inflation-adjusted HSA Figures for 2017 Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) allow eligible individuals to make deductible contributions that can be withdrawn tax-free later to reimburse the individual for eligible medical expenses. For 2017, the limitation on HSA deductions is $3,400 (up from $3,350 for 2016) for an individual with self-only coverage under a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) or $6,750 (no change from 2016) for an individual with family coverage. An HDHP is defined under IRC Sec. 223(c) as a health plan with an annual deductible not less than $1,300 (no change from 2016) for self-only coverage or $2,600 […]

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  3. Record Retention

    Do you have 10, 20, 30 years worth of bank records, receipts, or other documentation?  How long is long enough to keep this information?  There’s no cut and dry answer and the answer depends on several factors.  Follow the link below to help answer those questions! How long should I keep records?

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