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Ignorance Is Not Bliss: What Tax Records Businesses Need to Keep
Oct 27, 2010 in    

The American Dream Doesn't Include Worrying About Tax Documentation

Last week we went over the individual tax payer's record keeping requirements, this week I want to discuss what business owners should be holding onto and for how long.
Obviously businesses ha [...]

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Small Business to be Hit Hard by New SECA Rules
Jun 16, 2010 in    

IRS closing S-Corp Tax Loop Holes

As a trusted tax advisor I am in the position of researching new proposed tax laws and passing that information on to my clients. Sometimes a new bill comes along that I feel is important for my clients and readers to get a heads up on due to [...]

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Health Care Reform & How It Will Affect You
Jun 7, 2010 in    

Obama signing the bill at the White House

Whether you love it, hate it or are ambivalent towards it, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23 will be affecting your life in some way over the next four years. As a rule, bills are generally [...]

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Bad Debts Gone Wild: Part III, Business Debt
May 10, 2010 in    

Business failure can leave you feeling totally de-railed

In the last part of this series, we covered the consumer side of bad debt charge-offs and how the IRS handles that from a tax perspective. Today I want to delve into the business side of bad debt charge-offs. This side o [...]

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Federal Tax Incentives for Continuing Education (Part 4 of 4): Student Loan Interest Deduction
Apr 6, 2010 in    

More Americans are headed back to school, Federal tax deductions help with the expense

So far we have discussed the American Opportunity Tax Credit (modified Hope Credit), the Lifetime Learning Credit and even Tuition & Fee Deductions. Today though, we are going to co [...]

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Federal Tax Incentives for Continuing Education (Part 3 of 4): Tuition and Fees Deduction
Mar 31, 2010 in    

Post-secondary education costs are on the rise but Federal tax incentives attempt to provide some respite

While we have been talking about the Lifetime Learning Credit and the American Opportunity Credit (Hope Credit, modified for 2009-10), I would be remiss to leave out [...]

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Federal Tax Incentives for Continuing Education (Part 2 of 4): Lifetime Learning Credit
Mar 23, 2010 in    

Federal Tax Credits Help Working Adults Return to the Classroom

Last week we discussed the benefits of the American Opportunity Tax Credit (or modified Hope Credit), this week we are going to take a look at the Lifetime Learning Credit.
This federal tax credit will prob [...]

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Making Work Pay Tax Credit
Feb 9, 2010 in    

Yes, we are back, rested and ready to hit the road running after a little break over the Holiday season!   To start off the new 2010 tax year, I wanted to cover a topic that will affect most taxpayers in a positive way , the Making Work Pay Tax Credit.
This tax credit is worth up [...]

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Tax Problems & Offers in Compromise: As Seen On TV
Nov 24, 2009 in    
In the past year I have seen a lot of tax companies running commercials on TV claiming that they can dramatically reduce, or even eliminate, taxes owed to the IRS. They depict someone in a desperate situation who has just had their last $40 taken from their account by the IRS; you can imagine the he [...]

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Tax Day Gone Today But Not Forever
Apr 15, 2009 in    
So today is Tax Day and as the final return is filed, the last client steps out the door and we all sit back to congratulate ourselves on a job well done, it is also the day we launch our new Blog!
Because we are a progressive accounting firm that believes in utilizing the latest tools and te [...]

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