Tag Archives: Taxes

Think about 2018 Taxes Now!

We’ve had a lot of questions from clients about the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs act on normal, working Americans. IRS did a clumsy job with implementation, although in their defense the TCJA probably raised more questions than … Continue reading

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How The Government Shutdown Affects Clients' Taxes

The 21st federal government shutdown since the modern federal budgeting process was implemented is now in its third week as the Trump Administration desires $5 billion for a wall along the southern border. But with the shutdown comes thousands of… … Continue reading

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Tennessee And Taxes

An oral argument scheduled tomorrow before the Tennessee Supreme Court John O. Threadgill v. Board of Professional Responsibility- This case involves a disciplinary action against an attorney, Mr. John Threadgill. Mr. Threadgill was found guilty of evading taxes. This Court… … Continue reading

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Cruise Industry Resists “Day-Tripper” Taxes on Cruise Ship Passengers

Amsterdam established a tax on cruise passengers effective January 1, 2019. The new tax of €8 ($9.12) applies to every cruise passenger over 3 years old per 24-hour period. As reported by the LA Times, two cruise lines have cancelled … Continue reading

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9 States with No Income Taxes

Ben Franklin famously said that there are only two things certain in life: death and taxes. Taxes are payable in different ways and if there’s a way that pinches the most, it has to be through personal income. No one … Continue reading

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