7 Questions to Shape Your 2019 Tax Strategy

As the holiday season approaches, chances are taxes are the last thing on your mind. But April and tax filing deadlines will be here soon. And if there’s one thing the 2018 changes in the tax code can tell us, it’s that the party’s over for many of the deductions you may be accustomed to. A new tax strategy may … Read More

Working musician? 2018 brings tax changes you need to know.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2018 changes how taxes are structured for Americans. According to the IRS, if you earn $400 or more from playing music, you qualify as a working musician. There are basically two types of working musicians as far as the IRS is concerned: Musicians who are “employees” (of an orchestra, theatre company, university, … Read More