Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: What You Need to KnowFebruary 15, 2018

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: What You Need to Know

By: Edward Rigby, CPA Most of the new tax law went into effect January 1, 2018, impacting business owners and individuals for the 2018 tax year. This article focuses on educating our clients and helping them understand how the changes will affect them. Here are the key provisions: Major Corporate Tax Reduction Most notable is …

Business Valuation for Owner DisputesFebruary 13, 2018

Business Valuation for Owner Disputes

By: Roy Kvalo, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA When two or more business owners are embroiled in conflict, a valuation can pave the way to a resolution. Specializing in business valuation and litigation, The Curchin Group has helped resolve this type of situation many times and can offer a bit of insight that might be helpful to you …

Tax Reform and 2017 Year-End Tax PlanningDecember 21, 2017

Congress is enacting the biggest tax reform law in thirty years, one that will make fundamental changes in the way you, your family and your business calculate your federal income tax bill, and the amount of federal tax you will pay. Since most of the changes will go into effect next year, there’s still a …

Nov/Dec 2017 NewsletterDecember 19, 2017

  The latest issue of the Curchin Newsletter is here! You can look forward to reading about hot topics in accounting/tax/audit, firm news, and more! In this issue: 12th Annual Curchin Open recap, Guide to Charitable Contributions, Year End Tax Planning, Featured Employee: Richard Presser, Firm News & Photos. Read More

5 Tips for Making Tax-Deductible Charitable DonationsDecember 13, 2017

During the holidays, many people make donations to help those in need. It’s also the last chance in the calendar year to qualify for tax deductions on charitable gifts, adding a sense of urgency to the philanthropy. While any and all charitable giving helps humanity move forward, there are a few best practices to ensure …

New 2017 NJ Tax Exemption for VeteransDecember 11, 2017

NJ Tax Exemption for Veterans

Tax season is almost here and if you are a veteran, you should be aware of a new NJ Income Tax exemption for the 2017 tax year. Military veterans are eligible for a $3,000 exemption on their NJ Income Tax return if by the last day of the tax year: You were honorably discharged; or …

Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals and Small BusinessesDecember 8, 2017

  Don’t look now, but the 2018 tax season is just around the corner. Year-end tax planning can reduce both your tax burden and stress once the filing season arrives. Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals Give to Charity Charitable donations come from the goodness of your heart, not for the tax benefits. With that said, …

Doing More with the SameSeptember 6, 2017

By: William C. McNamara, CPA, CCIFP®, The Curchin Group, LLC Article Credit: Utility & Transportation Contractor Magazine Doing more with the same is one of the fastest ways to improve efficiency and profitability. In some form or fashion every contractor understands this premise as it relates to the job site. But the same principle can …