Legalized Marijuana and Federal Law

Nearly half of the states (including Pennsylvania) and the District of Columbia have legalized the sale of marijuana.  Mostly for medicinal purposes, but a few states have permitted it for recreational use. Unfortunately, these states have caused business owners some trouble and confusion at the federal level.  Under federal law, marijuana is still considered an [...]

Trump’s Proposed Tax Plan

A few weeks ago, the Trump administration released its tax reform plan. The one page document left lawmakers and taxpayers with more questions than answers. Here's what we know so far: Individual Tax Brackets President Trump proposes cutting the current 7 bracket system down to 3 tax brackets for individuals: 10%, 25%, and 30%. The [...]

Now is the time for 1099s!

Over the past few years, the IRS has taken an aggressive step to ratchet up its ability to enforce business compliance with annual 1099 income reporting regulations. We would like to discuss Form 1099-Misc and these enforcement changes. We will also share the potential consequences for not filing these annual reports and how to stay [...]

News You Can Use – 2014 Tax Developments

As we start the 2014 Tax Season in McMurray, we’d like to share some significant tax developments for the year: IRS announced proposed rules to the taxation of floating-value money market funds IRS revised guidance on IRA rollovers Supreme Court ruled that closely held corporations do not have to comply with the contraception mandate under [...]