Tax Articles

  1. New 2018 Withholding Tables Released By IRS - FAQs
  2. 2018 Tax Filing Season Begins Jan. 29, Returns Due April 17
  3. What's in the Trump Tax Cut Bill?
  4. 10 Tips for Deducting a Disaster Loss
  5. How to Avoid A Refund Delay if Your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is Expiring
  6. New Law Expected to Cause Refund Delays in 2017
  7. Can I Deduct a Loss in My IRA?
  8. New York Times Hypocrisy Exposed After Blasting Trump for Not Paying Taxes
  9. Retirement Plans Can Make Loans, Hardship Distributions to Louisiana Flood Victims
  10. Hillary Clinton's Economic Plan Speech August 11, 2016 in Michigan
  11. Donald Trump's Economic Plan Speech August 8, 2016 in Detroit
  12. 400% Surge in Phishing and Malware Incidents
  13. 10 Oddball Tax Deductions
  14. Tax Extenders Bill Signed into Law December 18, 2015
  15. IRS Meal Allowance
  16. What are Travel Expenses
  17. Hiding Assets in an Offshore Account
  18. Six Tips about Individual Shared Responsibility Payments
  19. Affordable Care Act Consumer Alert!
  20. IRS Gives Missouri Flood Victims Until May 16, 2016 To File Taxes, Estimated Payments and Business Taxes
  21. Affordable Care Act Health Coverage Exemptions and Payments
  22. 2016 Tax Season Opens January 19
  23. Filing Deadline Extended Thanks to Emancipation Day in Washington D.C.
  24. Expired Tax Breaks That Will Not Apply in 2015
  25. Moving this Year?
  26. You May Have to Provide Your Social Security Number to Your Health Insurance Company
  27. Tying the Knot this Summer?
  28. ACA Information for Employers Counting Full-time and Full-time Equivalent Employees
  29. IRS Employee Tax Cheats Get Bonuses and Promotions
  30. Eight Facts on Late Filing and Late Payment Penalties
  31. Save on Your Taxes and for Retirement with the Saver’s Credit
  32. Taxpayers Receiving Identity Verification Letter Should Use IDVerify.irs.gov
  33. Key Points to Know about Early Retirement Distributions
  34. Taxpayers Receive Wrong Tax Info on Form 1095-A from Health Insurance Marketplace
  35. Millions of Taxpayers Are Leaving Thousands of Dollars Unclaimed Each Year
  36. What You Should Know About Deducting Medical Expenses
  37. Identity Theft a Major Concern on the IRS List of Tax Scams
  38. Penalties for Failing to File or Pay: Eight Facts
  39. Did You Receive Form 1095-A During 2014?
  40. Tax Season Officially Opens January 20, 2015
  41. Did You Purchase Health Care Insurance During 2014?
  42. Six IRS Tips for Year-End Gifts to Charity
  43. IRS Clarifies Application of One-Per-Year Limit on IRA Rollovers and Allows Owners of Multiple IRAs a Fresh Start in 2015
  44. Tax Rules for a Husband and Wife Co-owned Sole Proprietorship (Qualified Joint Venture)
  45. How to Report Court Awards and Damages
  46. Must Family Caregivers Pay Self-Employment Tax?
  47. Big Government Flushes $25 Billion While Some Politicians Politicize Ebola Spending
  48. Deducting Bad Debts
  49. Company Holiday Parties
  50. Small Employers Should Check Out the Health Care Tax Credit
  51. IRS Simplifies Procedures for Favorable Tax Treatment on Canadian Retirement Plans and Annual Reporting Requirements
  52. IRS Grants Tax Relief to Drought-Stricken Farmers and Ranchers in 30 States
  53. Tax-Filing and Payment Extensions Expire October 15, 2014
  54. Bankruptcy
  55. IRS Warns Financial Institutions of Scams Designed to Steal FATCA-Related Account Data
  56. Have You Misclassified Workers?
  57. The Individual Shared Responsibility Payment
  58. Refund Opportunity
  59. Rental Income and Expenses
  60. 7 Things to Know About the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS)
  61. Do You Have Unpaid Employment Taxes?
  62. IRS Direct Pay System
  63. Did You File For An Extension?
  64. Do You Still Need to File Your 2011 Tax Return?
  65. Are You a Casual Gambler?
  66. Do You Have Health Insurance Through the Health Insurance Marketplace?
  67. Getting Married?
  68. Health Insurance Premium Deduction for the self-employed, S corps, and LLCs
  69. IRS Helpline Employee Suspended for Urging Callers to Reelect Obama in 2012
  70. IRS Taxpayer Bill of Rights
  71. 18 Things to Know About SEP Plans
  72. Are Proceeds From Life Insurance Taxable?
  73. Capital Gains and Losses for C Corporations
  74. What is Section 1244 Stock?
  75. Eight Tax Benefits for Parents
  76. What are section 197 intangibles?
  77. Is rental property considered a capital asset?
  78. What You Need to Know About the Child Tax Credit
  79. What is Net Earnings from Self-Employment?
  80. Four Facts You Should Know About Unemployment Benefits
  81. New Simplified Method for Computing Home Office Deduction Allows Up To $1,500 Deduction
  82. Eight Facts You Should Know About the Special Exclusion for Canceled Home Mortgage Debt
  83. What Are the At-Risk Rules?
  84. Selling Your Sole Proprietorship
  85. 10 Tips to Avoid Tax-Season Scams and Identity Theft
  86. Can a sole proprietor have an employer identification number?
  87. Can you use the cash method for taxes and the accrual method for financial reporting?
  88. Interest Rates on Overpayments and Underpayments
  89. When the IRS May Waive Interest
  90. Meal and Entertainment Expenses -The Rules
  91. Five Reasons Why You Should File A Return
  92. What if I can’t pay my tax bill?
  93. Who Pays Federal Unemployment Taxes?
  94. Need a Copy of a Prior Year Tax Return?
  95. Itemizing vs Standard Deduction
  96. Vacation Home Rentals
  97. Proposed Accrual Accounting Requirement Opposed by Many
  98. House Hearing Considers Cash Accounting for Small Biz
  99. FTC Sends More Than $16 Million in Refunds to Consumers Harmed by Tax Relief Scam
  100. Deducting Moving Expenses
  101. What are Reverse Mortgages?
  102. Five Tell-Tale Signs of a Scam Tax Call
  103. Interest Rates On Overpayments and Underpayments Remain the Same for the Fourth Quarter of 2014
  104. What You Need to Know If You Inherit Income

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