While we all would like to enjoy the holiday season, we understand that our clients have much more going on than just holiday parties and end-of-year celebrations. Of course, there are timesheet and vacation expenditures, annual reports that must be prepared and, of course, tax preparation tasks.
Bitcoin, litecoin, ethereum and other block-chain currency have been on a run with bitcoin crossing the $10,000 threshold from a start of $997 at the beginning of the year. How do you report these transactions on your tax return? Will you receive a 1099?
While many individuals and businesses look to charitable giving as an end-of-year tax planning strategy, not everyone (or every business) is in a charitable mood. Indeed, it is easy to be viewed as a “Scrooge” if you don’t get into charitable giving, but there may be genuine reasons for not donating this year.
If you have paid any attention to national political news over the last few months, the term "obstruction of justice" has been mentioned a number of times. To the uninitiated, federal law is broadly defined to punish conduct that affects the "due administration of justice." This largely means that conduct that would adversely affect a pending judicial proceeding or law enforcement investigation may be considered a crime punishable under federal law.