Although April 18, 2017 has come and gone, it’s a great time to go through a Summer Tax Checklist to keep you and your small business on track. Here are four things you can do to have a productive summer and prepare for a smooth tax season next year.
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If you’re at all like many small business owners, this past tax season was probably pretty hectic. Rather than panic when tax season comes back around next spring, follow these basic tips to make life a little easier on yourself and your staff.
Elderly individuals and people with certain physical or mental disabilities that limit or prevent them from working are likely eligible for tax credits, including an increased standard deduction, credits for child and dependent care, and the earned income tax credit (EITC). These credits could significantly decrease ― or even eliminate ― the amount owed in […]
When it comes to filing taxes, the distinction between earned and unearned income is an important one ― especially to the IRS.
What Is a Tax Extension? Tax season can be one of the most stressful times of the year for most Americans, but it doesn’t have to be ― especially not when you can get an extension and buy yourself some additional time to file.
To receive the largest tax break possible, taxpayers should familiarize themselves with some fundamental aspects of completing their taxes, including the difference between standard and itemized deductions. In most cases, you’re allowed to choose either method when filing your taxes, so it’s vital to determine which method is the best fit for your tax situation.
We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but if you have severe tax liabilities with the IRS, your business could be in serious trouble. Once small businesses begin to accrue tax debt from previous years, they often find it difficult to get back into compliance. The IRS is notorious for their aggressive collection […]
What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is spelled out in (you guessed it!) Chapter 7 of the United States federal Bankruptcy Code and is also sometimes referred to as “straight” or “liquidation” bankruptcy. In this form of bankruptcy, you might be eligible to cancel some or all of your debts (some tax penalties […]
As a taxpayer you have the right to expect that all information you give to the IRS will not be sold to third parties or given to unauthorized individuals. The information you provide is only used in connection with your IRS file unless authorized by you the taxpayer. If an IRS employee, a tax return […]
You as the taxpayer have the right to expect that most IRS actions will follow the law, and that it will be no more intrusive into your private life than is necessary.
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