QSEHRA: The Small Business Health Plan Nobody Knows About

Small practices often have a lot of trouble competing for employees with large corporate entities, often because employee benefits are so expensive. Group health insurance can be especially expensive if you have even one employee in bad health or over a certain age in an otherwise young and healthy group of employees. Then, you have the problem that some employees are covered by their spouse’s plan and don’t even get to participate in that particular benefit. Sure, you can offer them a higher wage to make up for it, but then if another employee with more experience finds out, you’re likely to have a problem. So, what can you do? Continue reading

Tips on Raising Financially Independent Children [Video]

We searched our Vlog archives to unearth some hidden treasures. In this oldie but goodie, Johanna shares her personal success story on raising her sons to be financially independent.

It hasn’t all been success, though. In this video, Johanna refers to the post Money Mistakes I’ve Made, where she bares her soul to show that we all have a “history”.

If you’re interested in scheduling a free initial consult with us, click here (do not use the link listed in the video).

 

Planning to Maximize Your Section 199A Deduction

TCJA (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) 2017 took away employee business expenses, along with much of our ability to itemize. In particular, we can now deduct mortgage interest on only $750k of debt and are limited to a deduction of $10k/yr. for SALT deductions. On a positive note, the Pease Limitation – which reduced itemized deductions for high earners, is gone along with AMT for most high-income taxpayers. Continue reading