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New Tax Laws for 2013
At the beginning of 2013, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, averting the dreaded “fiscal cliff” and making significant changes to U.S. tax law. While the top one percent of taxpayers will bear the biggest burden, the new law will affect most U.S. families in one way ... Read more

Commercial Property Tax Depends on the Type of Business you Operate
Property tax is a tax that is imposed on owners of real estate, including both business owners and residential homeowners. Some governments tax certain types of personal property as well.Since commercial property tax is based on state law rather than federal law, tax rates and calculation methods depend ... Read more

How Business Tax Credits Can Help You
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers dozens of tax credits that apply to small businesses, some of which are more popular than others. A tax credit will save you more than a tax deduction. Whereas you subtract a deduction from your taxable income, you subtract a credit directly from your total tax ... Read more

Nanny Taxes and Taxes for Other Household Workers
Nanny taxes don't apply only to the nanny who cares for your children. The term covers all household help, such as gardeners, housekeepers, and anyone else who works in your home under certain conditions. If you pay a worker more than $1,800 a year (in 2012) you may have to address the issue of nanny ... Read more

Reduce Business Tax Expenses with These Tax Deductions
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers many opportunities for small businesses to write off various types of business expenses. These tax deductions are designed to make it easier for small businesses to operate and to encourage investment. A tax deduction differs from a tax credit. A deduction is ... Read more

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Unfortunatly, you will need to find either a good CPA who can help you work with the IRS or a good tax attorney who does tax controversy work to help. I don't do tax controversies myself; I only do ta ...Read more

The gas company's asking for a W-9 does not necessarily mean that any damages they pay you will be taxable income, no. But they will generally be required to issue a 1099 if they are going to deduct t ...Read more

Generally speaking and assuming no other issues, the IRS will generally consider offers in compromise and installment payment plans.

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FIVE TAX TIPS YOU MUST HAVE AFTER RECEIVEING A PERSONAL INJURY SETTLEMENT

We are in a new year and tax season is just around the corner. Because of this, if you have received a personal injury settlement or award it is important that you understand all the tax ramifications ... Read more

A GIFT SPLITTING PRIMER

Caution: If you and your spouse make gifts, a gift tax return may need to be filed even if the amount is under the yearly threshold. The annual gift exclusion allows an individual to gift up to $14,00 ... Read more

Start the 2017 Tax Year Off on the Right Foot

The new year is upon us. We are a few days into 2017 and many individuals and small business owners are wondering how a new year and a new president may impact their tax planning strategies. However, ... Read more

Year End Tax Planning Strategies for Small Business

The end of 2016 is only a couple of weeks away. However, there may still be time to take action to reduce small business tax liabilities. For example, buying necessary equipment for your business by D ... Read more

IRS Tax Audit Help – Red Flags to Avoid

There are few things more frightening to a small business than an IRS tax audit. In the aim to avoid a possible audit, many small business owners are overly conservative with their tax filings; howeve ... Read more

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