While a business partner should balance your strengths, they should also be willing to communicate freely and often with you. That includes sitting down and hammering out important issues that will be documented in a partnership agreement. Creating your partnership agreement The need for a partnership agreement can be summed… Read More»
A good way to chart your progress toward a healthy financial future is to prepare a personal balance sheet every year. It will give you a scorecard to measure how you’re doing. How to chart the health of your finances A balance sheet shows your assets and your liabilities. Think… Read More»
With tuition costs rising each year, setting aside funds for college can be a daunting task. Here are a few options that may lessen the financial burden of college in a tax-savvy way: Section 529 plan Consider putting after-tax money into a Section 529 college savings account. Contributions aren’t deductible,… Read More»
With the near doubling of the standard deduction amount to $12,000 for single filers and $24,000 for joint filers this year, a new itemizing strategy is emerging. The idea is being called bunching by some and it is a potential strategy every taxpayer should understand. How bunching helps to minimize… Read More»
The House and Senate passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) bill in December 2017 and President Trump signed the law into effect. This large tax reform package will lower tax rates on corporations, passthrough entities, individuals, and estates, move the US toward a territorial-style system for taxing foreign-source… Read More»
The attached documents highlight the new 2016 Department of Labor overtime rule. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office. Widmer Roel Letter to Clients-2016 FLSA Overtime Rules DOL Fact Sheet 17A Exemption for Employees under FLSA DOL Nonprofit Guidance to 2016 Overtime Rule DOL Private… Read More»
Juan Martinez, Andrew Huus and Keith Rutherford (not pictured) representing Widmer Roel at the Accounting Career Fair.
Randy Heller, Mindy Young and Mike Misheski representing Widmer Roel at Meet the Firms.