The Accounting Edge eNewsletter

The Accounting Edge eNewsletter is comprised of important and informative articles related to businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals. The articles cover a broad range of topics from retirement to new accounting laws and regulations.

June 2018

Volume 9 Issue 2

Business Ethics for Customer Data

Many computer users are reluctant to engage in online shopping, banking or investment transactions for fear that their account information will be stolen. According to the Identity Theft Resources Center, between January 2005 and April 2018, there were 8,870 breaches…  

Common Money Mistakes As We Age

It is common knowledge that as we grow old, our bodies tend to not work as well. Some folks begin having physical challenges, some have cognitive issues and some have both. But what we don’t know is which, if any,…  

February 2018

Volume 9 Issue 1

Stock Market: Outlook for 2018

Before considering what might be ahead in 2018, perhaps it’s worth looking back to acknowledge that 2017 was a banner year—both a great year for U.S. stocks, as well as the year when international markets turned a corner. In the…  

Cryptocurrency Tax Essentials

Cryptocurrency is hot right now. As it emerges as an asset class of its own, many people are still confused about how to treat it for federal income tax purposes. In response, the IRS issued guidance back in 2014 that…  

January 2017

Volume 8 Issue 1

Reconsidering C Corporations

Once considered a last resort for entity choice, C corporations deserve reconsideration, especially surrounding the dreaded double taxation issue. Double taxation refers to the two levels of taxation that C corporation income goes through. First, the income is taxed at…  

Tax Planning Guide for 2017

This 2017 personal tax planning guide aims to provide you with information and planning tips to assist you in understanding and making the most of the laws affecting your tax situation. Using the guidance in this article will help ensure…  

Taxes Likely to Change in 2017

President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda places changing taxes as a high priority item. Some of the proposed changes are a radical departure from where the tax code stands now and will significantly impact both individuals and businesses. Keep in mind that…