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HSA Limits for 2024: a guide to maximize your healthcare savings

Discover the benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and how they can help you save on taxes while covering your medical expenses. Learn about the increased contribution limits for 2024 and maximize the potential rewards of this often-underutilized healthcare savings tool.

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Eight essential money tips for new grads

Graduation is exciting, but it also means taking control of your finances. Learn how to manage your money like a pro with these eight tips for new grads.

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Reducing your risk of an IRS audit

Worried about getting audited by the IRS? Check out the statistics on IRS audits and tips to reduce your risk of being audited.

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How CIRCIA aims to help businesses defend against cybersecurity threats

The Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 (CIRCIA) requires critical infrastructure organizations to report cyber incidents to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and aims to improve collaboration between public and private sectors to address cybersecurity threats. This article provides an overview of CIRCIA, the Ransomware Vulnerability Warning Pilot, and measures businesses can take to protect against cyberattacks.

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Deductible medical expenses: IRS guidance on nutrition, wellness, and health expense claims

Confused about which nutrition, wellness, and general health expenses may be considered medical expenses? The IRS has published a series of FAQs to help clarify this. In this article, we explore these FAQs and offer guidance on when and how certain expenses may be eligible for deductions.

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Residential energy credits: enhancing efficiency and saving on taxes

Looking to invest in energy-saving measures? Find out how the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 has increased tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements and residential clean energy property. This article explains eligibility criteria and credit limitations to help taxpayers make informed decisions.

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The IRS updates its defintion of digital assets for tax purposes

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has slightly changed the wording of the tax forms for the 2022 tax year regarding the declaration of cryptocurrency transactions by taxpayers. Learn more about the change.

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Business Interest Expense: How much can you deduct?

The tax treatment of business interest expense is governed by Section 163(j) which places limits on the amount of interest businesses can deduct on their tax returns based on their income and other factors. Unfortunately, the calculation for determining a company’s limit has changed starting with the tax year 2022 and stands to impact many large businesses negatively.

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The new 2022 Schedule K-2 and K-3 filing exception for certain pass-through entities

The IRS announced a new filing exception for the 2022 tax year that allows domestic partnerships and S corporations to skip the completion and filing of Schedules K-2 and K-3 under certain circumstances. Read our article to learn more.

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Reduce fraud and increase efficiency with outsourced bill pay services

Many organizations are turning to outsourced bill-pay services to solve these issues, which can help improve efficiency, accuracy, and security. Learn about the benefits of outsourcing your accounts payable process.

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Understanding the SALT deduction and PTE tax elections

The SALT deduction has been a longstanding benefit for taxpayers who pay state and local taxes. However, recent limitations to the SALT deduction have left taxpayers in high-tax states looking for alternatives. One such option is the PTE tax election, which allows pass-through entities to pay and deduct state and local taxes on behalf of their owners. 

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