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Prep the End of Fiscal Year 2019

1/ Check your Withholdings and Quarterly Payments

In order to avoid underpayment penalties, check your 2019 withholdings and payments made during the year. Both at the federal and state level.

2/ Tax Status for 2019

You filed 2018 either as single taxpayer, married filing a joint return, or married filing a separate return. If your situation changed during the year 2019, or if you are thinking about changing your status early 2020, it is still time to take action before the end of 2019 to see what will be the optimum status and best fit for your tax situation.


3/ Donations

If you donated to charities, it is still time to send your gifts before 12/31! Also understand that you will be able to take a deduction if your total itemized deductions are above a certain threshold. An estimation can be made.

4/ Foreign Properties

If you owned foreign properties in 2019, you might want to make sure you optimized your assets. Also, if you owned foreign bank accounts in 2019, you might need to be compliant with the regulations and report such accounts.

5/ Business Owners

It is this time of the year to foresee what will be your tax liability for 2019 and make sure you are compliant with laws and regulations.

2020 is around the corner and we want you to wind up 2019 the best way possible!

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Virtual Reality (VR) became part of today's personal entertainment. While you can play games and create your own custom world, you can also play online interacting with other player. What are the implications of such interactions? What if another player harasses another player? Are you free to say everything and do anything in a shared virtual space?

Check out this fantastic article by our colleague Daniel B. Koburger, Esq.

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