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Solo business owner? There’s a 401(k) for that

If you own a successful small business with no employees, you might be ready to set up a retirement plan. Now a 401(k) might seem way out of your reach — only bigger companies can manage one of those, right? Not necessarily. Two ways to contribute With a solo 401(k), the self-employed can make large annual deductible contributions to…
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Minnesota Tax Law Update

Minnesota has recently passed a number of tax law changes. These tax law changes could be significant depending on your tax situation. Below are some of the highlights for these changes.  Net Investment Tax Starting in the tax year 2024, there will be an additional 1% tax on net investment income over $1 million. Net…
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That email or text from the IRS: It’s a scam!

“Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams,” according to the IRS. The scams may come in through email, text messages, telephone calls or regular mail. Criminals regularly target both individuals and businesses and often prey on the elderly. Important: The IRS will never contact you by email, text…
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Hiring family members can offer tax advantages (but be careful)

Summertime can mean hiring time for many types of businesses. With legions of working-age kids and college students out of school, and some spouses of business owners looking for part-time or seasonal work, companies may have a much deeper hiring pool to dive into this time of year. If you’re considering hiring your children or spouse,…
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