January 15, 2018

2018 Tax Filing Season Begins Jan. 29, Tax Returns Due April 17

The IRS has announced that the nation’s tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 and reminded taxpayers claiming certain tax credits that refunds won’t be available before late February. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on...
January 11, 2018

2018 IRS Withholding Tables unveiled; paycheck changes could initiate by February

Employees across the country are closer to seeing possible boosts to their paychecks. The IRS’s Notice 1036, which recalculates income tax withholding tables for 2018 based on the new federal tax reform legislation, was released...
January 11, 2018

SC’s Small Business Confidence Up While Worker Shortage and Wage Pressure Intensify

The shortage of qualified workers reached a record high in December, and the number of small business owners who made plans to raise compensation was the second highest in history, according to the most recent monthly National Federation of...
January 10, 2018

South Carolina Named Business Facilities’ 2017 State of the Year

Massive new commitments from auto giants BMW and Volvo were the drivers in a bounty of new projects in South Carolina in 2017, the top five netting 6,400 new jobs for SC. “The Volvo and BMW expansions catapult South Carolina into the top tier...
January 9, 2018

Gov. McMaster Announces Tax Cut Proposals for Vets, First Responders

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced tax cut proposals for veterans, law enforcement, and first responders Jan. 5. In the 2018-19 executive budget, McMaster said he will propose a tax reform that permanently and fully exempts military...
January 8, 2018

News Roundup

Prepaying Property Taxes? IRS Cautions It Might Not Pay Off The IRS has a message for the homeowners rushing to prepay their property taxes before new rules take effect on New Year’s Day: Not so fast. Beware of PCAOB Changes to Standard on...

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