Effective January 1, 2018, new rules took effect for partnership taxpayers. These "Partnership Audit Rules" affect how taxes (as well as penalties and interest) are assessed when a partnership has been audited by IRS.
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Tax season is here, once again! I anticipate that this season will be different than tax years of the recent past due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”). While a lot has changed, there a few things about tax season that never change – mistakes.
At Zinner, we love learning! In December, we shared a list of a few business-related books we enjoyed reading in 2018. But reading a book isn’t always practical. For example, reading while driving is frowned upon. Thankfully, we can listen to podcasts and learn while we commute.
Our team loves listening to podcasts, so we thought we’d share some of our favorites with you. Here are a few of our favorites and why we enjoy them:
The nature of charitable giving has changed, and there are four primary reasons for this:
- Technology has made it not only easier to give to charities, but to know about charities and how efficiently they perform.
- Changes in the U.S. tax code have created a disincentive for giving, especially for those who gave strictly for purposes of a tax deduction.
- The rise of Donor Advised Funds (DAF) has made it easier for donors to contribute meaningfully to a cause.
- Concerns for transparency and organizational efficiency have driven the need for increased disclosure and external oversight.
The IRS announced this week in IRS Notice 2019-11 that it would not penalize taxpayers whose tax withholding and estimated tax payments fell short last year due to failing to change their withholding under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
Previously, we shared how the Whitehouse stated there would be no disruption to tax filing or the issuance of refunds.
On Tuesday, the IRS shared some details of its revamped contingency plan for operations during the government shutdown.
Steady cash flow is the lifeblood of any small business. With it, you have flexibility to make important purchases, hire additional employees and acquire new assets. Without it, you may be in jeopardy of losing your best people and perhaps customers.
So here are 11 quick tips to help you improve your cash flow:
Zinner & Co. is pleased and proud to sponsor and support the Cleveland Play House production of Ken Ludwig’s “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood,” which runs from February 2nd through February 24th at the Allen Theater. The historic Allen Theater first opened in 1921 and underwent a dramatic reconfiguration in September of 2011.
If you’ve traveled you know how unproductive travel time can feel sitting and waiting for your plane. So, you figure you’ll just hop on the airport’s Wi-Fi and check your email or send out a proposal. NOT SO FAST!
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the battle between the President and Congress over funding for a southern border wall. The government “shutdown” created by the impasse has created a lot of uncertainty about many government-provided services.