Four Key Changes for Depreciation Deductions

New tax law revamps the rules The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 is designed to stimulate business growth by cutting corporate tax rates and enhancing tax benefits for acquiring business property. Under the TCJA, your company may be able to deduct the full cost of property placed in service in 2018
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Imposing Restraints on Top Employees

How a 15 works How can you stop one of the rising stars in your company from leaving for greener pastures? While you cannot permanently block a move, one technique employers often rely on is to use a noncompete agreement. Essentially, the employee may be barred from revealing trade secrets or pilfering clients for a
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Can You Afford to Retire Early?

Answer the key questions below If you are like many Americans, you may have visions of an early retirement. Although there are usually hurdles to overcome, the dream may become a reality, depending on your answers to the following questions. Q. Are you financially ready to retire? A. Some people begin planning for retirement when they
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This Tax Shelter Is Still Standing

Home sale exclusion remains intact Although Congress threatened to reduce the benefits of the home sale exclusion, the final version of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) did not include a crackdown. As a result, if you sell your home at a huge profit and qualify under the existing rules, you can still
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