2019 Tax Amount Updates

For 2018, the standard deduction for a single individual is $12,000 and for a married couple is $24,000. A person will benefit by itemizing once allowable deductions exceed the applicable standard deduction. Itemized deductions include state and local income taxes (or...

Tips for Kids with a Summer Job

Will your child be working at a summer job? If so, here are a few items to consider: How to complete Form W-4. When you child begins their summer job and will be paid as a W-2 employee, their new employer will require them to complete a Form W-4, instructing the...

NEW MA Paid Family & Medical Leave

In 2018, Massachusetts signed into law a statute that provides paid family and medical leave (PFML) benefits to workers. Employers and employees must begin making contributions in October of 2019 to a new state fund which will administer and distribute the benefits...

New Recorded Webinar on Maximizing Social Security

You have been paying into Social Security for all of your working life, and now it’s time to get your money back. However, the Social Security system is full of arcane rules, secrets, and claiming surprises. This webinar will help you learn the basics to help...

RSVP for our Annual S&S Dental Clients Seminar on November 2

Join us for lively topics that focus on helping you improve your financial well-being. Sessions include: The Ins & Outs of Basic Financial Planning What You Need to Know About the Recent Tax Law Changes How to Increase Your Practice’s Top Line Retirement...

2017 and 2018 Tax Facts

For 2017, the standard deduction for a single individual is $6,350 and for a married couple is $12,700. A person will benefit by itemizing once allowable deductions exceed the applicable standard deduction. Itemized deductions include state and local income taxes (or...