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Don’t Overlook HR When Strengthening Cybersecurity Measures cover

Don’t Overlook HR When Strengthening Cybersecurity Measures

When addressing cybersecurity, employers focus on financial data and intellectual property. What's also important and much more vulnerable? HR information.
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Fiducial’s Must-Have Tax Tips for Recently Married Taxpayers

Recently married taxpayers should have a to-do list of post-ceremony actions re: taxes. But don’t worry if you don’t know where to start- Fiducial does!
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2023 Limits and Thresholds for 401(k)s & Other Qualified Retirement Plans

The IRS announced the 2023 dollar limits and thresholds for 401(k)s and other qualified retirement plans. Changes reflect latest cost-of-living adjustments.
Popping Open Some Fringe Benefit COLAs for 2023 cover

Popping Open Some Fringe Benefit COLAs for 2023

The IRS released the 2023 cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs). These apply to a variety of tax-related limits applicable to many popular fringe benefits.
The IRS Plans on Targeting Abusive ERTC Claims cover

The IRS Plans on Targeting Abusive ERTC Claims

The ERTC provides refundable tax credits to employers that kept workers on payroll during the pandemic. This is a credit against the employer payroll taxes.
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Managing Capital Gains and Losses in a Turbulent Year

It's been a rough Fall for the stock market. You should review your portfolio and other capital transactions to minimize gains or maximize losses this year.
Fiducial’s Holiday List for Year-End Gifts with Tax Benefits cover

Fiducial’s Holiday List for Year-End Gifts with Tax Benefits

Did you know that some gifts provide a variety of tax benefits? Fiducial recommends taking advantage of year-end gifts before it’s too late!
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Tax Planning Issues You Should Consider at Year-End

Year-end is approaching as are the holidays. Before the seasonal celebrations, consider year-end tax planning moves to benefit you for both 2022 and 2023.
How to Treat Business Website Costs for Tax Purposes

How to Treat Business Website Costs for Tax Purposes

These days, most businesses have websites. But surprisingly, the IRS hasn’t issued formal guidance on when business website costs can be deducted.
End of Year Reminder: Time is Running Out to Take Your 2022 RMD

End of Year Reminder: Time is Running Out to Take Your 2022 RMD

An RMD is a required taxable distribution from a qualified retirement plan. Often associated with traditional IRAs, they also apply to 401(k)s and SEP IRAs.
Computer Software Costs: How Does Your Business Deduct Them?

Computer Software Costs: How Does Your Business Deduct Them?

Most businesses buy or lease computer software. Complex rules determine the tax treatment of the costs of buying/leasing/developing computer software.
PBGC Raises Guarantee for Single-Employer Pension Plans that Fail

PBGC Raises Guarantee for Single-Employer Pension Plans that Fail

Defined benefit retirement plans, better known as pensions, have been at risk for decades now. The PBGC, dedicated to protecting them, has changes coming.
Think You May Need a CFO? Consider Hiring a Virtual CFO

Think You May Need a CFO? Consider Hiring a Virtual CFO

Think it’s time to bring on someone with more time and experience? Consider using the virtual CFO services offered by a bookkeeping or accounting firm.
Wondering Which Types of Interest Are Deductible for Taxes?

Wondering Which Types of Interest Are Deductible for Taxes?

A frequent question that arises when borrowing money is whether or not the interest will be tax deductible. Unfortunately, not all interest is deductible.
You and Your Employees Can Save More for Retirement in 2023

You and Your Employees Can Save More for Retirement in 2023

How much can you and your employees contribute to retirement next year? The amounts increased more than they have in recent years due to inflation.
Employers: In 2023, the Social Security Wage Base Is Going Up

Employers: In 2023, the Social Security Wage Base Is Going Up

The Social Security Administration announced an increase in the Social Security wage base. It will increase to $160,200 in 2023 (up from $147,000 for 2022).