Tag: taxes

While unpaid tax bills can break the bank at your company, aggregate producers can employ a number of strategies ahead of time to avoid interest and penalties. Photo: iStock.com/Michael Burrell

When you owe the IRS

March 1, 2019By

If your business can’t pay a tax bill by its deadline, there are perfectly legitimate strategies that can minimize and even eliminate the fines and penalties.

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Money and calculator_StockImage: An aggregate business is now allowed to fully write off the entire cost of new purchases, utilizing 100 percent bonus depreciation. Photo: iStock.com/Wara1982

Year-end planning for tax savings

December 3, 2018By

Adjusting to the new rules under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act requires careful planning.

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What you can write off while attending shows

August 22, 2018By

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act changed the rules when it comes to business expenses and deductions.

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Quiz: Do you know the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act?

May 11, 2018By

Thanks to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, the tax rate for incorporated aggregate businesses will be reduced. See if you know how else the act will affect producers.

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New rules for taxing pass-through income

May 9, 2018By

Tax reform is prompting a number of owners and operators to re-evaluate the structure of their business.

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Breaking down the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

March 21, 2018By

Find out what the reform bill means for crushed stone, sand and gravel operations.

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An aggregate producer’s guide to tax planning

December 4, 2017By

Good tax planning is based on an aggregate business’ current tax rate versus its future tax rates.

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Tax reform bill takes center stage

Tax reform bill takes center stage

November 3, 2017By

The House of Representatives introduced a reform bill that will overhaul the tax system. Learn more about the bill introduced.

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