CST Partner Mark Watts was recently appointed as treasurer of Cornerstones, a nonprofit organization that promotes self-sufficiency by providing support and advocacy for those in need of food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare, and other human services.
CST employees and other volunteers recently helped Cornerstones equip 3,000 K-12 children, in the Reston- Herndon area, with brand new backpacks for the 2018-2019 academic year. Click here to learn more!
Over 60 athletes completed a 3 day charity run known as the 9/11 Promise Run. This event honors the inspiring victims and heroic first responders of the September 11th, 2001 attacks. Click here to learn more about the 9/11 Promise Run.
Continuing its tradition of more than 25 years, INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) has unveiled the 2018 list of the Best of the Best public accounting firms in the nation including INSIDE Public Accounting 2018 Top 300 Firms list. Click here to learn more!
When it comes to running a successful business, staying on top of all your finances is key. Unfortunately, handling many of these financial aspects can be quite complicated. Click the article for tips to help ease this complicated process!
Taxpayers keep asking, "Will I be paying more tax or less tax in 2018? The tax brackets are decreasing but so many of my deductions are going away. How do I know where I will fall out?" CST Group is here to guide you through the new tax law and help calculate how the different nuances of the new tax law will impact you.
Over the last decade, Cryptocurrencies’ popularity has soared! It is no surprise that it has sparked much debate since being launched in 2009. Despite the spike in popularity, there is still much to learn as to how these currencies should be tracked, treated and taxed.
What exactly is appreciated property? The total deduction for charitable contributions on an individual income tax return cannot exceed 50% of the donor’s adjusted gross income (AGI). This limitation has been increased to 60% starting with tax year 2018. Click here to learn more.
In 2000, Congress passed the Senior Citizens Freedom to Work Act which introduced a new concept of“Voluntary Suspension”. The most recent changes to the law and factors such as earnings history, relative ages, life expectancy, and more are all factors that will determine the best strategy. Click here to learn more.