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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Mar 19 2019

Will Your Church Have to Pay the Parking Lot Tax?

Many of the church leaders I know and work with have been puzzled about an obscure provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 known as the parking lot tax. This provision deals with parking provided to employees. Some leaders are concerned that these parking spaces have become a potential tax liability. As frequently happens with a change in the tax code, there is lots of confusion about the intent and its consequence.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Feb 20 2019

How to Create Wealth By Paying Lower Taxes

As I meet with clients throughout the year, I stress the importance of tax efficient planning strategies. I explain that tax efficiency is simply an attempt to minimize tax liability when given many different financial decisions. The tax code offers many ways to reduce your tax liabilities if you know how to use it. Your income can be converted into assets with smart tax planning. The real key to building wealth lies in creating assets.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Feb 05 2019

How to Use Tax Season to Improve Your Small Business


Tax season is the time when CPAs and other tax professionals are fully engaged in preparing client returns. The professionals know that for small businesses taxes are always challenging and require constant attention. Consider how the changes to the tax law that apply to the 2108 returns increase the complexity of the process. Here is some advice from tax professionals for small-business owners to help them respond to the changes brought by tax reform and navigate the perennial tax burdens they always face.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Jan 08 2019

Important Planning Opportunities in the New Tax Law

As the 2019 tax season gets underway, tax professionals are working with a complex set of changes to the  tax code as a result of the The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Amidst the many uncertainties of the new regulations, specific changes afford small business owners some important planning opportunities.  

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Dec 18 2018

How Landlords Can Make the Most of the New Tax Law

As the end of 2018 quickly approaches, real estate investors and landlords are reviewing records in preparation for filing tax returns. The tax reform bill, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacted sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code that will apply to 2018 returns. Real estate investors and landlords stand to benefit from many of the new law’s provisions. It is important that year-end planning address these changes.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Nov 20 2018

What Should I Know About the 2018 Tax Law?

As the end of 2018 quickly approaches, many small business owners are reviewing records in preparation for filing tax returns. The tax reform bill, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, enacted sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code that will apply to 2018 returns. It is important that year-end planning address these changes.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Aug 28 2018

Want to Avoid a Tax Audit? These Things Are Triggers

Summer is the season for tax audits. You may have forgotten all about the tax preparation process of last winter. Realistically, the chances for an individual audit are low - around 0.6 percent or about one in every 160 returns. However, tax preparers advise that it’s important for their clients to be aware of the triggers. Here are some of the things that the professionals pay attention to as they prepare your tax return:

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Apr 08 2018

Will the New Tax Law Be Good For My Small Business?

The tax reform bill, H.R 1, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which enacted sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code, contains numerous changes that will affect businesses large and small. The new tax law is complex; most business owners will look to their accountants and tax professionals for explanations of the changes.

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Feb 01 2018

Deductions That Survived in the New Tax Law

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect January 1, 2018. That means that the changes made won’t affect your 2017 tax filing in April 2018. Many of the deductions available to individual taxpayers survived the new tax law and will still be available to you when you file in 2019. Some have been modified. Here’s a checklist of those tax deductions: 

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Posted by: Charles P Myrick CPA Posted on: Jan 23 2018

A Quick Update for Landlords On the New Tax Law

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) enacted changes to the Internal Revenue Code that affect many types of business. Real estate investors and landlords stand to benefit from many of the new law’s provisions. These changes to the business tax structure are permanent and relatively comprehensive. Landlords and property owners should consult their accountants and tax professionals for explanations of the changes.

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