Shareholders of S-Corporations, as We Move Into December, There Are Two Things You Need to Do. Shareholders who own more than 2% of the shares in the S-corporation are required to report health insurance premiums paid on their behalf by the business on their W-2. This is a valuable deduction and must be reported correctly to take…
Category: Tax and Accounting
Washington State Capital Gains Tax Enacted – Takes Effect January 1, 2022
The Washington State Legislature passed Senate Bill 5096 at the conclusion of the 2021 legislative session, enacting a state capital gains tax, which Governor Jay Inslee signed into law May 4, 2021. The tax is a 7% tax, applicable to net long-term gains on capital assets (stocks, bonds, business interests, and other…
Oregon Corporate Activity Tax – DOR Issuing Notices
The Oregon Department of Revenue (DOR) has recently begun issuing notices regarding the Oregon Corporate Activity Tax (CAT) to taxpayers with business activity within the state. The CAT is effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2020, making 2020 the initial year of implementation.
Have a Side Gig? What You Need to Know About Paying Taxes.
An increasing number of people are taking advantage of opportunities to earn extra income with side jobs or “gigs”. Do you have a Side Gig? If so, this blog post details what you should know about paying taxes in the expanding gig economy.