Kemper Securities

Kemper Securities

Kemper Securities

  • Jan 29 at 8:30 PM
    On December 20, Congress completed passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The new law means substantial changes for individual taxpayers. For example, it reduces tax rates for most brackets, nearly doubles the standard deduction and expands the child tax credit. And it provides alternative minimum tax (AMT) and estate tax relief. But it also reduces or eliminates many tax breaks. Most changes affecting individuals are only temporary, generally applying for 2018 through 2025. If you have questions or would like to discuss how you might be affected, contact us.
  • Jan 25 at 4:02 PM
    The IRS has announced that it will begin accepting 2017 income tax returns on January 29. Filing as close to that date as possible can help protect you from tax identity theft, an all-too-common scam in which thieves file bogus returns using victims Social Security numbers. Tax identity theft can cause big headaches and delay legitimate refunds. But if you file first, it will be the return filed by a potential thief thats rejected, not yours. If youre getting a refund, youll also benefit from getting it sooner. Contact us for help filing early.
  • Jan 22 at 8:30 PM
    In todays increasingly specialized economy, outsourcing has become common. Engaging outside help could cut in-house management expenses by reducing overhead, staffing and training costs. Outsourcing also frees up employees time for core tasks and avails you of the providers expertise. But there are risks. Surrendering control of a business function to the wrong vendor could lead to internal conflicts and public embarrassment. Youll need a carefully crafted contract to protect yourself. We can help you assess the costs, benefits and risks of outsourcing.
  • Nov 10 at 7:47 PM
    Our office in Evansville, Indiana extends a warm thanks to Troy Eblen for all he has done for the our office and we wish him well as he transfers to our office in Henderson, Kentucky. Good luck, Troy!

Jan 29, 8:30 PM

On December 20, Congress completed passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The new law means substantial changes for individual taxpayers. For example, it reduces tax rates for most brackets, nearly doubles the standard deduction and expands the child tax credit. And it provides alternative minimum tax (AMT) and estate tax relief. But it also reduces or eliminates many tax breaks. Most changes affecting individuals are only temporary, generally applying for 2018 through 2025. If you have questions or would like to discuss how you might be affected, contact us.

Jan 25, 4:02 PM

The IRS has announced that it will begin accepting 2017 income tax returns on January 29. Filing as close to that date as possible can help protect you from tax identity theft, an all-too-common scam in which thieves file bogus returns using victims Social Security numbers. Tax identity theft can cause big headaches and delay legitimate refunds. But if you file first, it will be the return filed by a potential thief thats rejected, not yours. If youre getting a refund, youll also benefit from getting it sooner. Contact us for help filing early.

Jan 22, 8:30 PM

In todays increasingly specialized economy, outsourcing has become common. Engaging outside help could cut in-house management expenses by reducing overhead, staffing and training costs. Outsourcing also frees up employees time for core tasks and avails you of the providers expertise. But there are risks. Surrendering control of a business function to the wrong vendor could lead to internal conflicts and public embarrassment. Youll need a carefully crafted contract to protect yourself. We can help you assess the costs, benefits and risks of outsourcing.

Nov 10, 7:47 PM

Our office in Evansville, Indiana extends a warm thanks to Troy Eblen for all he has done for the our office and we wish him well as he transfers to our office in Henderson, Kentucky. Good luck, Troy!