Are Health Savings Accounts (HSA) the Ultimate Health Care Insurance Plan?

Byron T. Deese Personal Finance, Tax Planning For Individuals Leave a Comment

The Health Savings Account (HSA) has been around for more than 15 years, yet it remains one of the best-kept secrets as a tax savings and medical expense reduction tool. …

529 Plan Reimbursements for Off-Campus Living

Michael K. Creamer, CPA, CFP®, CDFA, ADPA Investing, Tax Planning For Individuals, Personal Finance, Coronavirus 1 Comment

With college campuses opting for online classes during the COVID-19 outbreak, many students have been taking classes from home, and all indications are this will continue at least through the …

How Do I Find a Real Estate CPA?

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For any real estate business trying to get to the next level, the increasing demands of financial management are often beyond the business owner’s capabilities. As the business grows, so …

Deferred Payroll Tax: What You Should Know

Tristan F. Spence, CPA, CVA Coronavirus, Tax Planning For Businesses, Tax Planning For Individuals Leave a Comment

With no movement on negotiations for a second COVID-19 relief bill from lawmakers on Capitol Hill, President Trump signed an executive order and several memorandums addressing the expiration of the …

Glass Jacobson Announces New Staff Promotions

Edward J. Jacobson, CPA, CVA Glass Jacobson News Leave a Comment

At Glass Jacobson, we are always working towards creating an environment that empowers our staff to grow professionally and reach their career ambitions. Accordingly, we are pleased to recognize the …

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IRS Grants Temporary Relief for Safe Harbor Plan Sponsors

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For struggling 401(k) and 403(b) plan sponsors concerned about making mid-year safe-harbor contributions, new IRS guidance offers temporary relief. Typically, plan sponsors must meet specific regulatory requirements to reduce or …