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    2. Here's How Much the Average American Taxpayer Gives to Charity -- and Why It Could Fall in 2018

      Here's How Much the Average American Taxpayer Gives to Charity -- and Why It Could Fall in 2018
      The charitable contributions deduction has been one of the most widely used and most lucrative tax breaks available to American taxpayers for many years, with nearly 37 million taxpayers taking advantage of it in a recent tax year. However, one key provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could dramatically change this. While the deduction itself was preserved, it's likely that far fewer Americans will be able to ...
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    3. How Much Tax Deduction You Can Claim On Premium Paid For Health Insurance?

      How Much Tax Deduction You Can Claim On Premium Paid For Health Insurance?
      Rising healthcare costs has made it is necessary to buy a Health Insurance Policy nowadays. Even if you have a company group health insurance, it is always advisable to have a separate individual health plan to ensure the same financial safety when you are not employed or when your company withdraws the policy. Apart from providing financial security during medical emergencies, buying a health insurance plan also gives you tax ...
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    4. IRS Changes 1040 Tax Form, Even as Taxpayers Switch to Digital Filing

      IRS Changes 1040 Tax Form, Even as Taxpayers Switch to Digital Filing
      The form's redesign, prompted by the 2017 tax legislation and Republican desires to deliver on a promise of postcard-sized filing, will be unveiled formally Friday as part of a White House celebration of the tax law. Because the 1040's role in the tax-filing process has changed, the real-world impact of the shortened new form may not be so drastic.
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    5. 3 Money Tasks You Shouldn’T Tackle On Your Own

      3 Money Tasks You Shouldn’T Tackle On Your Own
      No one cares as much about your money as you do, but never asking for help can be dangerous and expensive. In a previous column, I detailed the hazards of trying to do your own estate plan and how problems often arent apparent until its too late to fix them. The following financial tasks also are more complex than they may seem, and the consequences for ignorance can be severe ...
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    6. The U.S. Payroll Tax in 2018: What You Need to Know

      The U.S. Payroll Tax in 2018: What You Need to Know
      If you look at your pay stub, you'll notice that in addition to paying federal and state (if applicable) income taxes, there's a separate tax to cover Social Security and Medicare expenditures. This is known as the "payroll tax," but might be listed on your pay stub as FICA taxes, or may even be broken down into Social Security (OASDI) and Medicare components. Here's a quick guide ...
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    7. Postcard-size 1040 tax form to be released next week

      Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said his department will be releasing a postcard-size Form 1040 next week, fulfilling one of the promises of last Decembers tax overhaul. Next week, we will be unveiling the new 1040, and it will be a postcard as weve promised, and hardworking taxpayers wont have to spend nearly as much time filling out their taxes, Mnuchin said at an event Wednesday marking the six-month anniversary of ...
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    8. Gearing up for retirement? Make sure you understand your tax obligations

      Gearing up for retirement? Make sure you understand your tax obligations
      Benjamin Franklin taught us that only a couple of things are certain in this world, and taxes are among them. His words still ring true today, as taxes are a part of the American work experience and postwork experience. Even in retirement, you must be mindful of how your income strategy affects your tax obligations and how that can impact your overall financial picture in your golden years.
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    9. F.B.I.’s Urgent Request: Reboot Your Router to Stop Russia-Linked Malware

      Hoping to thwart a sophisticated malware system linked to Russia that has infected hundreds of thousands of internet routers, the F.B.I. has made an urgent request to anybody with one of the devices: Turn it off, and then turn it back on. The malware is capable of blocking web traffic, collecting information that passes through home and office routers, and disabling the devices entirely, the bureau announced on ...
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    10. Let’s Get Real: What an Average Retirement Costs

      Let’s Get Real: What an Average Retirement Costs
      According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data, which is based on 2016 figures, older households defined as those run by someone 65 and older spend an average of $45,756 per year, or roughly $3,800 a month. Thats about $1,000 less than the monthly average spent by all U.S. households combined. Naturally, your spending in retirement will vary based on countless variables, including the price ...
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    11. Why so many mergers and acquisitions die at the altar

      Why so many mergers and acquisitions die at the altar
      Principally because of the difficulty in growing organically at an acceptable rate and because of the ever-increasing number of baby boomer retirements, mergers continue to happen at a hectic pace. Mergers and acquisitions are a tricky business and are not silver bullets for solving a CPA firms problem in achieving sustainable growth. To say the least, these transactions are extremely time-consuming, riddled with sand traps and full of opportunity costs ...
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    12. IRS wraps up ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of tax scams for 2018; encourages taxpayers to remain vigilant

      IRS wraps up ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of tax scams for 2018; encourages taxpayers to remain vigilant
      This years Dirty Dozen list highlights a wide variety of schemes that taxpayers may encounter throughout the year, many of which peak during tax-filing season. The schemes can run the gamut from simple refund inflation scams to technical tax shelter deals. A common theme throughout these: Scams put taxpayers at risk.Taxpayers need to guard against ploys to steal their personal information. And they should be wary of shady promoters ...
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    13. New Scam Shows How Thieves Use Legitimate Tax Notices To Trick Taxpayers

      New Scam Shows How Thieves Use Legitimate Tax Notices To Trick Taxpayers
      Don't be fooled. Connecticut taxpayers have been warned by the Department of Revenue Services (CT DRS) not to open, make a payment or reply to an email claiming to be a tax bill for Amazon and/or NewEgg purchases. The email, which is a scam, directs taxpayers to a fake website that appears to be legitimate to trick taxpayers into making payments or revealing personal and financial information. As ...
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    14. How long should tax returns be saved?

      How long should tax returns be saved?
      Most individuals in the U.S. know to keep their tax returns for three years in case the IRS decides toaudit them, but few know that there are exceptions to that time limit. Some people throw away their oldest return when they file their new one annually, which is normally okay. However, in the following situations taxpayers should keep records going back more than three years.
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  1. About Robert Williams

     

    Robert Williams CPA.

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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

    Williams’ Accountancy provides expertise in the review and reporting of company financials, internal control structures, abstract governmental requirements, compliance testing and audits.  Robert Williams specializes in federal taxation as well as state taxation, for a multitude of states throughout the U.S.

     

    Williams’ holds an accounting degree from St. Frances University of Pennsylvania and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in the state of California.

     

     

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