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Top 5 Most Missed Tax Deductions
Apr 6, 2011 in Personal Tax    
Give yourself the gift of money!
April 18 is right around the corner. Make sure you’re not missing out on any of these top 5 most often missed tax deductions!
Moving Expenses:
This is one of the most missed deductions of all.  If you move for work purposes 50 miles farther from [...]

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5 Most Overlooked Tax Credits
Mar 30, 2011 in Personal Tax    
Ohhh Noooo! You missed a deduction!
Taxes, we do our best to make sure that we collect our statements in the mail and put them in a safe place. We check the statements twice sometimes against a tax checklist or organizer to make sure that we have them all. We double check with our significant [...]

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To Lease or to Buy, That is the Tax Question
Mar 16, 2011 in Business Tax    
Lease? Buy? Which one will reduce your tax liablity?
If you own your business, no doubt you use your car to help you make your business go, right? Auto deductions can be a little confusing especially when you are trying to decide if leasing a car or buying it outright is the better way to go [...]

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Business 1120-S Tax Return Deadline Fast Approaching
Mar 9, 2011 in Business Tax    
Time's Up!
That’s right corporate folks. The deadline is  March 15 which is just around the corner.
So you think you might just let it slide and file late? If you do, it can get spendy because the penalty for filing late is $195/month (up to 12) per shareholder during [...]

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Estate and Gift Tax Provisions under the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job creation Act of 2010
Feb 23, 2011 in Personal Tax    
Juicy estate tax provisions for 2011-2012
In addition to extending federal unemployment benefits, extending the Bush tax cuts and several popular tax credits, patching the alternative minimum tax again, and giving employees a 2% reduction in social security tax, the bill also included several [...]

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What you should know about the Alternative Minimum Tax
Feb 16, 2011 in Business Tax    
 
What's the AMT Mean to You?
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)has been a big topic over the past several years.  AMT’s thresholds have stayed the same over the years and have now crept from being a tax on the wealthiest of individuals to a tax that could possibly affect [...]

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Federal Tax Rates of the Future
Feb 2, 2011 in Tax Planning    
Last week we mentioned a few “did you knows” regarding the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Re-Authorization and Job Creation Act of 2010.  This week we are going to cover a couple more areas that are very important for taxpayers to know.
The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Re-Autho [...]

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IRS News: Some Taxpayers Will Have to Wait to File Their Taxes
Jan 10, 2011 in New Tax Issues    
IRS Notice
As a result of the December 17, 2010 tax law changes, the Internal Revenue Service announced on December 23, 2010 that the upcoming tax season will start on time for most people, but taxpayers affected by three recently reinstated deductions need to wait until mid- to late February [...]

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Adoption: Good for the Heart, Soul and Tax Returns?
Dec 29, 2010 in New Tax Issues    
Don't forget the Adoption Tax Credit!
Recently I was talking to one of my regular clients and discovered he and his wife are in the process of adopting a child. While they are very excited new parents to be, being a tax accountant, I’m pretty excited too since this gives them a whol [...]

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Top 4 Tax Deductions You Thought You Could Take in 2010 But Can’t
Dec 15, 2010 in New Tax Issues    
Are you sure about those tax deductions?
This week I had a client come in for a consultation on last minute end of year tax savings he might take advantage of. In the course of our discussion he mentioned he bought a new car which he planned to use as a deduction. I hated to be the one that h [...]

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