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New Tax Withholding Tables to be Implemented

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As part of the tax reform legislation that was enacted last month, the IRS released an updated version of the income-tax withholding tables for 2018. Employers are directed to use the new tables as soon as possible, although no later than the middle of February, at which point employees should begin to see an… Read More »


Deducting Home Equity Loan Interest Payments

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Responding to a number of questions receive from taxpayers, the IRS officially announced that despite the recently enacted restrictions on home mortgages, many taxpayers can continue to deduct interest paid on their home equity loans, second mortgages, and home equity line of credit, regardless of how the loan is actually labeled. To speak with… Read More »


New Transition Tax on Foreign Earnings

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

On December 22 of last year, Congress enacted new tax legislation that called for the imposition of a transition tax on the foreign earnings of certain international companies. The new law comes with a number of regulations and rules regarding the calculation of the tax, although many have yet to be published. The new… Read More »


Filing Employee Wage Statements with the IRS

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

According to federal law, employers are required to file their employees’ wage statements, as well as independent contractor forms with the IRS every year. This year, the deadline is January 31, so if you are a small business owner and have questions about your tax-related responsibilities towards employees, you should consider consulting with an… Read More »


Florida Tax Relief Opportunities: Offer in Compromise

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Owing taxes to the IRS can be a stressful and financially devastating experience. Consequences can range from wage garnishment and additional monetary penalties to repossession of personal items and even jail time. Fortunately, there are options, such as the offer in compromise program, that are available to help eligible parties who are in debt… Read More »


Avoiding Tax Penalties

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Every year, as many as ten million people are assessed estimated tax penalties. Fortunately, there are a number of steps that taxpayers can take to reduce or even eliminate tax penalties. To learn more about these strategies and whether they can be applied to your own situation, please contact an experienced tax attorney who… Read More »


The Office of Appeals

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

When taxpayers have questions or concerns about a notice from the IRS, they have the option of contacting the Office of Appeals. The Office of Appeals is an independent organization within the IRS whose goal it is to help taxpayers and the government resolve tax disputes without going to tax court. If you want… Read More »


Additional Tax Relief Measures Announced by IRS

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS recently announced that it would be offering additional tax relief to victims of Hurricane Irma. The publications were issued in response to the state’s fuel shortage and are also designed to support donation programs across Florida. To learn more about what tax relief you may qualify for, please contact an experienced tax… Read More »


Why is My Tax Refund Delayed?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

One of the best parts about filing taxes is receiving a substantial tax refund. In most cases, refunds are delivered within a few weeks, although in some situations they are unexplainably delayed. Although remaining patient is often the best course of action in these cases, it is also possible for refunds to be delayed… Read More »


Proposal for Increased Homestead Exemption to be Placed on 2018 Ballot Initiative

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Florida legislators filed approximately 1,900 bills in the 2017 session alone. Only around 234 of those bills were passed by both the Senate and the House, one of which was a bill that gives Florida residents the opportunity to increase the homestead exemption on primary residences in the state from $50,000 to $75,000 by… Read More »