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Tax Season Got You Twisted?

25th February 2011
Tax Time is Coming!'s that time of year again...when filing taxes will be upon us. Some tips for making tax time a little easier on the nerves (maybe not the checkbook): 1. Have all your documentation organized. This is true whether you do ...
Author: Ruthie Searcy
Business Law

The Tax Cuts of 2010 - Good News for Businesses

03rd February 2011
Do you own a business? Are you wondering how your company is affected by the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010- aka the Obama Tax Cuts? If so, read on. We explain how your business can benefit from the new...
Author: bauerevans

The Terrible Twos: Avoiding Common IRS Tax Penalties

26th January 2011
If you canít pay what you owe to the IRS, file your tax return anyway. An odd piece of advice for some, but the savings will be worth it in the end. Two common penalties assessed by the IRS are the Failure to File (FTF) and Failure to Pay (FTP) penalties...
Author: taxconfirmation

Payroll Software Aids Claiming Hire Act Exemption on 2010 Form 941

21st July 2010
On March 18, 2010 the federal government passed a new law the HIRE Act (Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment). The enactment of the HIRE Act allows employers to claim two tax benefits. The tax benefits apply to workers hired after Feb. 3, 2010 but befo...
Author: Lisa Heather


18th May 2010
Do i have to file return? You must file a federal income tax return if you are a citizen or resident of the United States or a resident of Puerto Rico and you meet the filing requirements for any of the following categories that apply to you. The filing...
Author: infotaxsquare

Common Mistakes during Taxations

23rd March 2010
When you file your income tax replace, there is a regular predetermined of mistakes which you are necessarily towards make. They pricing you moment, stress, and of course money! It is the experiences of IRS that civilians earn the equivalent mistakes aga...
Author: Arun

Tax Tip on The Gift Tax: Use It or Lose It

16th December 2009
One of the least-understood tax rules is the federal gift tax. Gift taxes are paid by the grantor, not the recipient. But taxes are seldom owed, even on substantial gifts, because everyone gets a credit that exempts up to $1 million of taxable gifts over...
Author: versatile

What is the 2009 Roofing Tax Credit?

13th November 2009
The 2009 roofing tax credit is a two fold plan rolled out by the Federal government. The first and most relevant of goals is to help stimulate the economy by enticing people to re-roof their homes, which of course will in turn create jobs in the roofing ...
Author: hrsroofing

Ways to Reduce Alternative Minimum Tax

23rd June 2009
The Alternative Minimum Tax is an integral part of our Federal income tax system. It is a separate, but parallel, system to what we refer to as the "regular" income tax. The AMT expands the amount of income that is taxed by including items that otherwise...
Author: kinal