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Update: What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Means for You

This week the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act) has officially passed. The Act significantly changes the landscape for individuals and business for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017.

Update: IRS Announces 2018 Mileage Rates

The IRS recently issued the 2018 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.

Update: AHP Announces Ann Arbor Office Relocation

AHP is pleased to announce it has moved its Ann Arbor office from 2864 Carpenter Rd to 305 East Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 100, Ann Arbor, MI 48108.

Update: Retirement Account Catch-Up Contributions Can Add Up

Are you age 50 or older? If so, you can currently make extra "catch-up" contributions to certain types of tax-favored retirement accounts. Over time, these contributions can make a significant difference in your retirement-age wealth.

Update: Give Back and Save Taxes with Charitable Contributions

As year end approaches, you may be thinking about making some charitable donations. Here's a rundown of the potential tax breaks for your generosity.

Resource: The Equifax Breach: Steps to Protect Your Family

Approximately 143 million consumers were affected by the recent Equifax data breach. This article addresses how to check if your information is at risk, how to protect yourself, and what to beware of in the future as a result of the breach.

Update: IRS Warns to Beware of Charity Scams Related to Hurricane Recovery

The IRS is warning about possible fake charity scams that are emerging due to recent hurricanes. Taxpayers who want to help should seek out recognized charitable groups to make donations.

Update: Lee Joins Ann Arbor Office as Senior Manager

Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC (AHP) is pleased to announce the addition of Cory A. Lee, CPA, CVA, as a senior manager in their Ann Arbor office.

Update: Casualty and Theft Losses: Find the Silver Lining in Dark Clouds

Although nowhere in the United States is safe from Mother Nature, there is a silver tax lining: If your personal-use property is struck by a natural disaster, damaged by another calamity or stolen, you may be able to obtain some relief by claiming a casualty or theft loss as an itemized deduction on your individual tax return. As with most tax breaks, however, there are important rules and limits you need to be aware of.

Update: Five Supreme Court Decisions that Could Affect Your Business

At the end of June, the U.S. Supreme Court adjourned for its summer recess. Here are five recent cases from its 2016 term that may be of interest to business owners and managers.

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