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Don’t Skip Out on Planning for the GST Tax
Are you looking for a quick refresher on the generation-skipping transfer tax? We’ve got you covered.
How Renting Out a Vacation Property Will Affect Your Taxes
Many people who own vacation homes rent them out to earn extra income. Even better, renting them out may provide tax breaks. Here are the rules.
President Biden’s Proposed Budget Highlights His Tax Agenda
President Biden has laid out his proposals for tax law changes in the fiscal year 2025 budget.
Beware of a Stealth Tax on Social Security Benefits
Many retirees are surprised to find out that some of their Social Security benefits are hit with federal income tax. Will you be one of them? Here are the rules.
Maximize the QBI Deduction Before It’s Gone
The qualified business income (QBI) deduction is scheduled to disappear after 2025. Congress could extend it, but don’t count on it. Here’s what you need to know to make the most of it while you can.
Kemper CPA Group Named a Top 100 Accounting Firm by Accounting Today
Being named a Top 100 Accounting Firm and a Regional Leader is a significant milestone for Kemper CPA Group. We are grateful for this recognition and look forward to serving our clients and communities with the same level of dedication and commitment that has earned us this honor.
A Job Loss is Bad but the Tax Implications Could Make it Worse
Losing your job doesn’t mean putting tax issues in the rear-view mirror. There can be tax implications to a layoff or termination. Be aware of these three areas.
Better Tax Break When Applying the Research Credit Against Payroll Taxes
Even if your startup business has little or no income tax liability, you may be eligible for a payroll tax credit election for increasing research activities. This tax break got better under the Inflation Reduction Act.
Tax-wise Ways to Take Cash from Your Corporation While Avoiding Dividend Treatment
As you may know, dividends paid out by a corporation are taxable to shareholders and can’t be deducted by the business. But there may be ways to get cash out of your closely held corporation without dividend treatment.
April 15 is the Deadline to File a Gift Tax Return
Whether you need to file a gift tax return depends largely on the circumstances surrounding the gift.
An Important Tax Deadline is Coming Up on March 1 for Certain Farmers and Fishers
If you're a farmer or a fisher, you may need to file your 2023 federal tax returns and pay all taxes due by March 1 to avoid penalties.
Independent Contractor Vs. Employee Status: The DOL Issues New Final Rule
The deadline to comply with a new U.S. Dept. of Labor rule regarding worker classification is fast approaching. Is your company ready?

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