Bazzano & Rosenbloom, LLC

Bazzano & Rosenbloom, LLC

Tax, Accounting Services, and Business Consulting Our client base is located nationally.

Tax and accounting services for individuals and business owners including tax return and financial statement preparation, business valuation and consulting with a focus on business transitions and exit planning.

IRS Disallowing 20,000 Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Claims 12/08/2023

In its ongoing effort to combat questionable Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claims, the IRS has sent more than 20,000 letters advising taxpayers that the agency is disallowing their claims.

IRS Disallowing 20,000 Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Claims

12/08/2023

Some insider tax knowledge from Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC.

Understanding Self-Employment Tax 12/07/2023

Self-employment tax is a tax consisting of Social Security and Medicare taxes primarily for individuals who work for themselves. It is like the Social Security and Medicare taxes withheld from the pay of most wage earners. But like most things tax it is not that simple.

Understanding Self-Employment Tax Self-employment (SE) tax is a tax consisting of Social Security and Medicare taxes primarily for individuals who work for themselves. It is like the Social Security and Medicare taxes withheld from the pay of most wage earners. But unlike wage earners who pay half the Social Security and Medicare ta...

Embracing Your Next Chapter: A Guide for Retirees Returning to Work 12/06/2023

Our aim is to help you navigate the tax implications, understand changes to retirement accounts, and make informed decisions about your social security income.

Embracing Your Next Chapter: A Guide for Retirees Returning to Work

Coming Soon – Business Beneficial Ownership Reporting 12/06/2023

In the ever-evolving landscape of business regulations, the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), passed as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, introduces new reporting requirements for businesses in the United States, specifically focusing on beneficial ownership. Although this reporting does not take place until 2024, it is something you need to be aware of and prepare for.

Coming Soon – Business Beneficial Ownership Reporting In the ever-evolving landscape of business regulations, the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), passed as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, introduces new reporting requirements for businesses in the United States, specifically focusing on beneficial ownership. Altho...

12/06/2023

Midweek Wednesday Wisdom from Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC

12/05/2023

It's time to review your 2023 tax withholding to avoid a potential surprise when you file tax return next year.

Supreme Court Showdown: The Fate of American Wealth Taxes 12/04/2023

A landmark December 5 Supreme Court case could change the face of certain parts of the American tax code.

Supreme Court Showdown: The Fate of American Wealth Taxes On December 5, the United States Supreme Court will hear a court case that could hugely impact the American tax code. Learn about wealth taxes.

12/04/2023

From coast to coast, healthcare systems are receiving billions of dollars in tax breaks. Find out what all the debate is about here.

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12/04/2023

Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC - Some Monday Motivation for our friends and colleagues.

12/02/2023

Here are 3 tax tips for any hair stylist, or salon!

E-File Mandate - Reporting of Cash Payments Over $10,000 11/30/2023

Starting Jan. 1, 2024, businesses are required to electronically file (e-file) Form 8300, Report of Cash Payments Over $10,000, instead of filing a paper return. This new requirement follows final regulations amending e-filing rules for information returns, including Forms 8300.

E-File Mandate - Reporting of Cash Payments Over $10,000

1099-K Reporting Threshold Last Minute Change 11/29/2023

The IRS has announced that the threshold for filing 1099-Ks will not be reduced for 2023 to $600 but instead will not be required unless the taxpayer receives over $20,000 and has more than 200 transactions in 2023. In addition, the IRS is planning for a threshold of $5,000 for tax year 2024 as part of a phase-in to implement the $600 reporting threshold enacted under the American Rescue Plan (ARP).

1099-K Reporting Threshold Last Minute Change Following feedback from taxpayers, tax professionals and payment processors and to reduce taxpayer confusion, the Internal Revenue Service has announced a delay of the new $600 Form 1099-K reporting threshold for third-party settlement organizations for calendar year 2023.

11/29/2023

Tap into your full potential. Wednesday Wisdom from Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC

IRS Expands Requirement to E- File Information Returns Starting in 2024 11/29/2023

Some small businesses that previously filed paper information returns because the number of information returns they had to issue was below the IRS's 250 return threshold for e-filing, may need to file their 2023 and later year forms electronically, because the threshold has been reduced to 10 returns starting with 2024 filings.

IRS Expands Requirement to E- File Information Returns Starting in 2024 Businesses, whether operating as a corporation, partnership, or a sole proprietorship, have been required to electronically file information returns when the aggregate number of these returns, regardless of the type of return, for a tax year was more than 250. The IRS issued regulations in February....

December 2023 Business Due Dates 11/28/2023

Here are the December 2023 Business Due Dates

December 2023 Business Due Dates

11/28/2023

Is your income lower than usual this year? Here are some tax planning opportunities you should take advantage of.

December 2023 Individual Due Dates 11/27/2023

Here are the December 2023 Individual Due Dates

December 2023 Individual Due Dates

11/27/2023

Get ready for the week: Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC has motivation for your Monday.

11/25/2023

From deductible pet supplies to tax breaks on furry transportation and professional development, these tips keep your pet grooming business in top shape.

11/24/2023

Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC - Some Friday tax knowledge for our friends and colleagues.

Year-End Tax Planning Opportunities Are Here 11/22/2023

Year-end is rapidly approaching, as are the holidays. So before you become distracted with the seasonal celebrations, it may be in your best interest to consider year-end tax moves that can benefit you for both 2023 and 2024.

Year-End Tax Planning Opportunities Are Here Year-end is rapidly approaching, as are the holidays. So, before you become distracted with the seasonal celebrations, it may be in your best interest to consider year-end tax moves that can benefit you for both 2022 2023 and 2023 2024. Here are last-minute tax issues you might consider:

Taxes and Holiday Gift Giving 11/21/2023

The holiday season is customarily a time to give gifts, whether to your favorite charity, family members or others. Some gifts have tax implications and can even provide a variety of tax benefits but be on the lookout for holiday gift-giving scammers.

Taxes and Holiday Gift Giving The holiday season is customarily a time of giving gifts, whether to your favorite charity, family members or others. Some gifts have tax implications and can even provide a variety of tax benefits.

Demystifying Business Valuations: A Guide for Informed Decision-Making 11/21/2023

Gain a comprehensive understanding of business valuations, from their crucial role in transactions to tax reporting, financial planning, and litigation.

Demystifying Business Valuations: A Guide for Informed Decision-Making

11/20/2023

The IRS reminded those who were born in 1950 or earlier about the upcoming deadlines for required minimum distributions.

11/20/2023

Looking for a sign? Here's your Monday Motivation from Hartford based Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC

11/18/2023

Do you work in the real estate industry? Tell us your toughest tax question in the comments!

Tax Deductions For Content Creators: The Wild Side of Write-Offs 11/17/2023

Have you ever wondered what kinds of wild tax deductions are available to content creators? Find out here!

Tax Deductions For Content Creators: The Wild Side of Write-Offs Content creation is a relatively new industry that has unique tax considerations. Learn about the wild side of deductions here.

What You Need to Know about Gift & Estate Taxation 11/16/2023

Gift and estate taxes are both part of the federal transfer tax system and are interconnected. Gift tax applies to transfers of wealth during a person's lifetime. Estate tax, on the other hand, applies to transfers of wealth after a person's death.

What You Need to Know about Gift & Estate Taxation Gift and estate taxes are both part of the federal transfer tax system and are interconnected.

Converting Personal Vehicles to Business Use: A Comprehensive Guide 11/15/2023

Explore our comprehensive guide on converting personal vehicles to business use. Learn about the tax benefits, legal implications, and steps involved in this process. Maximize your tax savings with professional advice.

Converting Personal Vehicles to Business Use: A Comprehensive Guide

Employers, Don't Miss Out on the Work Opportunity Credit 11/15/2023

Employers who are willing to help disadvantaged individuals can benefit from a substantial federal tax credit. Hiring certain new employees can qualify the employer for the work opportunity credit, which is generally $2,400 per employee but which can be as much as $9,600 in certain circumstances.

Employers, Don't Miss Out on the Work Opportunity Credit The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)allows employers who are willing to help disadvantaged individuals to benefit from a substantial federal tax credit.

11/15/2023

Transform your life. Wednesday Wisdom from Bazzano & Rosenbloom LLC

Smart Strategies for Building and Expanding Your Nest Egg 11/14/2023

Discover expert-backed savings hacks that empower you to build and expand your nest egg. From automated contributions to tax-savvy investments, unlock the keys to financial security.

Smart Strategies for Building and Expanding Your Nest Egg

11/13/2023

It is common practice during the holidays for employers to give their employees gifts, but there are tax implications. Watch this video to learn more.

What to Do When You've Made a Mistake on Your Tax Return 11/13/2023

Acknowledging a mistake on your tax return is the first crucial step. Learn the next steps.

What to Do When You've Made a Mistake on Your Tax Return

11/11/2023

Maximize your food truck's success with these 3 essential tax tips

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It's time to review your 2023 tax withholding to avoid a potential surprise when you file tax return next year.
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