Daniel Seaman, CPA Promoted to Director, Tax

Daniel Seaman, CPA Promoted to Director, Tax

AAFCPAs is excited to share that Daniel Seaman, CPA has been promoted recently to Director in the firm’s Tax Practice. Dan is a senior member of the Private Client Services practice at AAFCPAs focused on working with business owners, executives, and their families in developing strategies to help manage and protect financial assets. He helps […]

Child Tax Credit Advance Payments: IRS Letter 6419

Child Tax Credit Advance Payments: IRS Letter 6419

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that the IRS has started mailing copies of its Letter 6419, which outlines Advance Child Tax Credit payments that may have been received by taxpayers between July 2021 and December 2021. Taxpayers will need this letter when filing 2021 taxes and to claim the remaining credit. Reporting the […]

2021 Year-End Tax Planning & Compliance for Individuals, Families, and Trusts

AAFCPAs Tax Leaders provide an overview of what you need to know heading into year-end 2021. Congress tends to enact tax law changes every year. They also tend to put off passing tax legislation until the 11th hour. As we approach the end of 2021, this continues. AAFCPAs monitors closely the status of emerging legislation, […]

Tax Planning Guides for Businesses & Individuals (2021-2022)

Tax Planning Guides for Businesses & Individuals (2021-2022)

When considering your optimal tax planning & compliance strategy, business & individual tax payers must account for all current and impending tax code changes. This includes the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the 2019 Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and subsequent stimulus initiatives, as […]

IRS Extends Federal Income Tax Filing Deadline for Individuals

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that the Treasury Department and the IRS recently announced that the federal income tax filing deadline for individuals will be postponed to May 17, 2021 from April 15, 2021. It is still AAFCPAs’ intention to complete individual filings by April 15th, unless you have heard otherwise from your AAFCPAs tax professional.  What You Need […]

IRS Issues Final Regulations on 1031 Exchanges

IRS Issues Final Regulations on 1031 Exchanges

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware of new IRS regulations which provide guidance related to Section 1031 Like-Kind exchanges. Under the like-kind exchange rules, a taxpayer may defer a gain on a sale of property when they exchange that property for another similar property and certain requirements are met. Under the 2017 Tax Cuts […]

2020 Tax Planning Webinar: Guidance for Individuals

2020 Tax Planning Webinar: Guidance for Individuals

In 2020, tax planning is more complicated than usual. It may be daunting to understand brackets and rates, where and when to retire, capital gains, and what to do with retirement plans. In this 1 hour webinar, AAFCPAs Tax & Wealth Advisors cover what taxpayers need to know for 2020 year-end, as well as year-round […]

Webinar: 2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals & Families

Webinar: 2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals & Families

Information continues to emerge as a result of the monumental Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.  For privately-held companies, the TCJA impacts your financial statements, operating model, liquidity, investments and capital, and people. For individuals, the TCJA impacts personal withholdings, charitable giving, family & education, retirement, and estate planning. AAFCPAs is pleased to offer a timely, […]

83(b) Election May Be Beneficial for Stock Subject to Vesting

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware of the 83(b) election, a beneficial tax treatment that may provide significant tax savings.  An 83(b) election may work favorably for you if you have been given restricted property, such as equity.  Under IRS code section 83(b), you are able to convert what would normally be ordinary income […]