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Archive for July 2019

The Indiana College Credit

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed on December 20, 2017 was the biggest tax bill since the Tax Reform Act of 1986. As a CPA, this new act has greatly impacted my profession. One area of impact is on form Schedule A, where itemized deductions are reported. State, Local and Real Estate Taxes…

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Accounting Lease Standard Soon to Take Effect

We have been talking (since 2013) about changes to lease accounting standards and now they are here! Approved by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Accounting Standards Codification Topic 842 (ASC 842) Leases presents dramatic changes to how lease transactions are accounted for in your financial statements. This standard is effective beginning with 2020 calendar year-ends for…

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IRA Contribution to Charity

With the filing season now complete for the 2018 tax year, many taxpayers may have noticed that the standard deduction pretty much doubled. The standard deduction was increased to $24,000 per married couple ($12,000 for single tax payers) with the new TCJA tax legislation beginning in 2018, which in turn created a much lower number of taxpayers…

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