Category: Blog

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Apr2018
Receiving a tax notice is not good in all ways. But, the payroll tax problems are enough to spin your head. As, they are different from the personal taxes. It is also a matter of fact that about 53% of the people are not paying payroll taxes. And, so it ... Read More
April 2, 2018admin

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Mar2018
Federal tax cuts traditionally pay a price. Practically gratuitous over the last 18 years, tax cuts continue their dubious tradition with the final passage of a tax reform bill by the U.S. Congress in January—but only after two government shutdowns. Since such taxpayer relief started, the national debt and its incumbent ... Read More
March 22, 2018admin

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Mar2018
So, a man across the casino just lost a bundle betting on black instead of red, but he thinks to himself, "No worries, I can just write it off on my taxes!" But, then once he leaves, he begins to think about doing this a little more seriously. Can he ... Read More
March 22, 2018admin

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Mar2018
On February 28, 2018, the IRS officially announced the release of a completely new IRS Form W-4 and along with it a new "withholding calculator designed to help individual taxpayers determine whether the 2018 withholdings are correct, or need be adjusted.” The new changes to IRS regulations include changes ... Read More
March 22, 2018admin

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Mar2018
 The economy now-a-days has become quite jerky. The economic crisis has made the people suffer more than the before. Due to this, companies have to face many hardships. Among them, the hottest concern is receiving the notice of tax lien. Especially, for a small business owner, it becomes a bad ... Read More
March 22, 2018admin

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Mar2018
The alarming situation is that when the companies did not pay the amount of tax fully that it owe, keeping in mind that the IRS has had all rights to a lien on the property and income. Many go for the tax settlement firms to get help. The process involves ... Read More
March 14, 2018admin

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Mar2018
The alarming situation for both the businesses and individuals arose when they came to know that they have outstanding tax balance and can face penalties from the IRS. Furthermore, the fear of seizing of property hinders them to run the business or to do anything effectively. The dilemma may lead to ... Read More
March 14, 2018admin

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Feb2018

How to Cope with Tax Liens?

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If you owe a business or property and you are not paying the taxes on time, you will be entitled of a tax lien and the government will get full rights on your property. The taxing authorities can also seize your property and sell if you fail to pay your ... Read More
February 22, 2018admin

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Feb2018
There are many ways of filing your tax return without incurring any extra charges. It is compulsory for each and every person who is a qualified taxpayer to pay his taxes timely. And this free taxpayer preparation program helps C qualifying taxpayers in paying their taxes timely and easily without ... Read More
February 20, 2018admin

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Feb2018
There are many advantages to being self-employed, but with every silver lining comes a cloud in the form of paying higher taxes under the guise of both social security and Medicaid. Collectively, these taxes are referred to as "Self-Employment" taxes. Generally speaking, these taxes are significantly higher than those one ... Read More
February 3, 2018admin