How to get 100% deduction for business meals in 2021

IR-2021-79, April 8, 2021 WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today issued Notice 2021-25 PDF providing guidance under the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Relief Act of 2020. The Act added a temporary exception to the 50% limit on the amount that businesses may deduct for food or beverages. The temporary exception to the business … Read more

Considering a Low-Tax State? Consider more than just Federal Taxes

When choosing a new state, consider all applicable taxes and save taxes when moving. There may be different reasons why a person or family would uproot themselves from their homes and move to another state.  If the move is due to work and the company is giving a choice between two states, it is a … Read more

How to Maximize College Room and Board Expenses in a 529 Plan

Can 529 Plan funds be used to pay for OFF-CAMPUS Room & Board?  Here is your guide. A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for future education costs. 529 plans, legally known as “qualified tuition plans,” are sponsored by states, state agencies, or educational institutions and are authorized by Section … Read more

A Payroll Tax Strategy for Children Under an S Corporation

Are corporation owners stuck with paying payroll taxes for their kids?  Or is there another way around it? Teaching children basic life skills is a must for every parent.  Business owners who employ their children get to teach their children about entrepreneurship, how to develop good work ethics, and even get child and the business … Read more

News and Update Alert

 — The IRS announced on Jan. 15, 2021  that the official federal e-file start date for tax year 2020 will be Feb. 12, 2021   All clients are encouraged to submit their documents to the client portal (Proconnect Link) as soon as possible. If you have not received your invitation to Link please use the CONTACT … Read more

Home Office Deduction the Smart Way!

Can a home office deduction claim be filed if some former personal assets are now used for business?  The answer is yes. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people work.  Instead of being in a fancy corner office on top of a large skyscraper, people find themselves “WFH” or working from home and curious … Read more

2020 Tax Resource Guide

This helpful guide contains information on various important tax topics such as: Tax Brackets Standard Deductions Social Security Tax Rates Capital Gains Tax Rates Vehicle Mileage Rates Retirement Plan Contribution Limits and more.  2020 Tax Resource Guide – Bradford


YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T THINK ABOUT THIS DEDUCTION! Do you currently have a business office in the home or are simply working at home due to Covid-19, you likely have some former personal assets that you now use for business. Let’s say you are working at home and sitting in the fancy chair you inherited from … Read more


We have moved to Spring, TX. I will continue to provide services just as before from this new location.  All the same methods to contact me or submit documents remain in place.  Please feel free to reach out anytime on Link (secure client portal), email, or by phone.  I’m also happy to meet in person … Read more


Two questions: Do you need a replacement business car, SUV, van, or pickup truck? Do you need tax deductions this year? Here are some ideas for you to consider: 1. Buy a New or Used SUV, Crossover Vehicle, or Van with a GVWR Greater than 6,000 Pounds Let’s say that on or before December 31, … Read more