Posted by Casey Haggerty on December 28, 2020
Receiving a large inheritance may sound appealing to most, especially in an era where many have gone through two large financial depressions. However, there are many things that need to be considered. Here are some important tips for managing a large inheritance.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 1, 2020
Owners of closely-held businesses are passionate about what they do, masters of their practice, and driven to succeed. When it comes time to plan for the future, Private Client Services (PCS) is the partner that helps business owners take on the future with the same confidence they have in their business.
Posted by Sarah Russell on November 9, 2020
Now that presumed U.S. President-Elect Joe Biden has been named, many people may be wondering what his tax plan looks like and whether there is anything they can do now to prepare for changes that may be coming. Here are some important highlights of his plan.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on September 1, 2020
As a result of market fluctuations over the past six months, many taxpayers have seen a decline in the value of their retirement portfolios, so now may not be the best time to draw from your retirement savings, even if you are eligible. Here is some guidance regarding Social Security and IRA Distributions.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on August 17, 2020
With all of the change in 2020, now is an ideal time to revisit your estate plan. Learn about the essentials of estate planning and why it's important to review and update your plans on a regular basis.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 19, 2020
The fact that life insurance pays money to cover your bills and burial after you die is not a secret. Aside from that, there are many other reasons to have life insurance, but most people are woefully unaware of the benefits of doing so and the process of obtaining it in the first place.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on February 2, 2020
How many exemptions to claim on a W-4 is an age-old question. Unfortunately, the way withholding is computed has changed and there is now a bit more to consider.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 27, 2019
As 2019 winds to a close, Congress gets busy and passes a law that changes much of what we all thought we knew about planning for retirement, and how Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and 401k Plans work.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 3, 2019
With the tax law changes that became effective in 2018, the average person has potentially lost the benefit of their charitable contributions. However, there are several very straightforward options that you may be able to take advantage of.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on October 28, 2019
Every year brings a list of information filing requirements necessary to make sure that payees have the information needed to file their taxes. To assist with year-end business reporting, Clayton & McKervey has identified some items for you to consider.
Posted by Casey Haggerty on August 1, 2018
As many are aware by now, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that was passed into law this past December has had a significant impact on many different areas of tax law. Estate and transfer taxes are no exception.
Among the many rumors surrounding tax reform, several concepts have surfaced regarding what lies ahead with respect to the estate tax. In general, the …