Howe, Riley & Howe Welcomes Two New Associates to New Bedford Office

January 26, 2018

Howe, Riley & Howe (HRH) welcomes Chris Gendron and Belinda Chevalier as Associates. Chevalier and Gendron will serve clients out of the HRH’s Bedford office. “It’s always exciting for us when we welcome new Associates to our firm, especially now that we have a new office space in Bedford that’s designed specifically with our accountants […]

Federal Tax News – January

January 22, 2018

1. What does tax debt have to do with a passport?
2. Employers and employees: New withholding tables now available.
3. Man loses whistleblower case in court.
4. Tax break for biking to work is eliminated.
5. Upcoming deadline for wage statements and independent contractor forms.

Many Businesses Will Celebrate Tax Cuts in the New Tax Year

January 19, 2018

The new tax law is commonly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) for a reason — because most U.S. businesses are looking forward to owing far less federal income tax for tax years beginning after January 1, 2018. However, the exact tax cuts that most businesses will enjoy depend on several factors. Here’s a summary of some important changes for businesses.

Tax Reform Law: Topics of Special Interest for Individuals

January 10, 2018

How will the new tax law affect you? A lot of attention has been given to the reduced tax rates for most individuals and the new limit on deducting state and local taxes. But there’s much more to the changes. Here’s a look at some of the law’s fine print, including how it will affect the individual health care mandate, the kiddie tax and various tax deductions.