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The McDonnell Richardson CPA, P.C. Blog Page provides frequently updated useful news and information to help keep you informed on tax strategy, business, and estate planning.  Please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions and additional information you may have regarding these topics.

13 hours ago

Many workers end up with multiple retirement accounts as they move from one employer to the next. Combining accounts might keep fees to a minimum and simplify asset allocation.

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13 hours ago

Forty-three percent of Americans who expect a tax refund plan to put the money in a savings account, a report from GOBankingRates says. Other ideas for refunds include paying off debt and adding to ... See more

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1 day ago

There are several expenses that studies show should not be paid with a credit card. Some are taxes, college tuition, mortgage payments and medical bills. What do you think?

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1 day ago

There is an excise tax on executive compensation for non-profit entities that pay their executives over $1,000,000. What are your thoughts regard executives for non-profits earning more than ... See more

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1 day ago

Recent studies suggest that many people find more fulfillment maintain freelance work, short-term work or consulting rather than retirement. What do you think?

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2 days ago

If you are planning a like kind exchange or a Section 1031 exchange then please review the new rules. As always, if you have questions, please call anytime.

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2 days ago

If you receive the earned income tax credit and the additional child tax credit then the IRS will hold your refund until at least 2/15. With holidays and additional delays, refunds will not likely ... See more

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2 days ago

With the W-2, 1099, etc... deadline of 1/31, tax season is officially in full swing. Please stop by anytime!

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3 weeks ago

IRS issues more guidance on withholding rules under new tax law
The Internal Revenue Service has announced employees who want to claim an exemption from withholding for 2018 should use the 2017 Form ... See more

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3 weeks ago

Practitioners need immediate guidance on tax-reform act, AICPA says
Thirty-nine areas in the recent tax-overhaul act require immediate guidance, the AICPA has told the Internal Revenue Service and ... See more

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